Most Read Articles on DA in January 2024

Here’s our round-up of the five most read articles on in January By Joseph Macey / 03 Feb 2024
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We published nearly 100 articles on in January 2024, covering significant developments across the defense, military and security sectors.

Here are the top five most read articles on Defense Advancement in January 2024:

1. The Future of Sighting Systems and the Digital Battlefield

Thales explored rapid technological developments in a historical light, examining how cutting edge technologies such as the Thales Panoramic Above Armour Gimbal (PAAG) and the DigitalCrew AI system, remain at their core dedicated to keeping troops safe and making them more effective.

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2. Defensive Microwave Antenna Systems to be Built for U.S. Military

Raytheon will design, build and test two high-power microwave antenna systems that will use directed energy to defeat airborne threats at the speed of light. 

The systems are designed to be rugged and transportable for front-line deployment. Under the three-year, $31.3 million contract from the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division, Raytheon will deliver prototype systems to the U.S. Navy and U.S. Air Force as part of the Directed Energy Front-line Electromagnetic Neutralization and Defeat (DEFEND) program.

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3. Creating Technologically Advanced Training Facilities with TAK

VK Integrated Systems brings the ultimate tracking and mapping technologies to multiple ranges across the United States to showcase action sport shooting events to the masses. 

Through use of the Team Awareness Kit (TAK), VK Integrated Systems outfits multiple ranges such as the Sawmill Tactical Training Center in South Carolina and Cedar Creek Precision, Kentucky by providing the ability to track competitors across the course of fire and live stream all shooting events to multiple media platforms. 

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4. Leidos Delivers First Enduring Shield Launchers

Leidos delivered the first Enduring Shield launchers. 

The Enduring Shield program supports the U.S. Army’s Indirect Fire Protection Capability Increment 2 (IFPC Inc 2) program, which is a critical part of the Department of Defense’s layered defense strategy.

Enduring Shield is a ground-based, mobile system that aims to combat cruise missiles and unmanned aircraft systems. The system is a key part of the solution to protect and defend critical civilian and military infrastructure.

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5. Neousys Drone Mission Computer Receives Platinum MAE Award

Neousys Technology’s FLYC-300, a drone mission computer, was recently recognized among the best by the 2023 Military & Aerospace Electronics (MAE) Innovators Awards. 

Votes placed by the engineering community recognized Neousys FLYC-300 as Platinum in the Embedded Computing category.

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