Using today’s experiences and tomorrow’s discoveries, Leonardo DRS’ thought leaders discuss the future of defense technology and warfighter protection in hopes of spreading knowledge and gaining perspective.
|4/26/2023 4:20:06 PM||
The Color of Heat: How Quantum Cascade Lasers Solve the DoD’s Problem in Aircraft Protection
April 2023 - A new laser technology has found its way into commercial production. Dubbed “quantum cascade laser” or “QCL”, this revolutionary technology has the potential to have a profound, positive effect for military aircraft survivability.
|4/26/2023 9:16:35 PM||
Achieving Comprehensive Coverage with 3D Perimeter Surveillance Radar
February 24, 2023 - When in unfamiliar territory, it’s necessary to know the terrain and surrounding area. Protecting your perimeter so you're not caught unaware is paramount to everyone’s safety. Warfighters achieve this by using a perimeter surveillance radar to give them comprehensive information from land surveillance.
|2/21/2023 6:52:32 PM||
VIDEO: Threats From all Sides - Middle East Nations Counter with Advanced Technology
By BreakingDefense.com - February 16, 2023 - Q&A with Mike Coulter, senior vice president of Corporate Business Development and president, International for Leonardo DRS, on the defense needs of Middle East countries, particularly the UAE, as well as interoperability with the US and other countries.
|3/1/2023 4:56:41 PM||
Can Hypersonic Missiles Be Detected & Can Radars Defend Against Them?
February 9, 2023 - Warfare has changed from hand-to-hand combat to a more defensive approach. With fighting styles evolving, it stands that the weapons used would also improve. Today one of the biggest projects that militaries all over the world are working on is the development of hypersonic weapons. These weapons have been tested by multiple countries over the last several years.
|2/28/2023 11:30:02 PM||
The Impact of Unmanned Maritime Systems on the Future of Military Defense
January 19, 2023 - As with everything in life, warfighting has significantly changed over the years. New inventions are constantly revolutionizing defense. One of the more interesting technologies to evolve is unmanned systems.
|1/3/2023 7:55:24 PM||
Electrifying the Navy’s Next Generation of Carriers, Destroyers and Frigates
January 2023 -- There are several factors that are affecting the Navy’s drive towards platform electrification. One main reason is the need for more electric power for payloads, sensors, and weapons. For example, the Navy is pursuing directed energy weapons, mainly lasers, that require significant power that only an all-electric fleet can provide.
|2/23/2023 6:05:28 PM||
What are S- and X-Band Radar and How Are They Used Today?
December 19, 2022 - When selecting a radar, there are two types that are frequently used: S-band and X-band. Each one has its own strengths and weaknesses so the question becomes “Which one do I choose?”.
|11/4/2021 4:39:10 PM||
Podcast: Project Convergence and the Louisiana Maneuvers
November 2, 2021 -- Defense One Radio, Ep. 90 - This episode we explore the future of the U.S. Army's Project Convergence, and its relationship to the early days of the Second World War.
|8/9/2021 4:43:46 PM||
It’s Electric: The Coming Revolution In U.S. Naval Power Systems
19FortyFive -- August 2021 -- Electric power is the Navy’s future. New technologies, evolving operating environments, and more stringent policies on pollution and climate change are driving the demand for more power. The Navy is investing in new ways of managing and storing power to address the growing demand. Several classes of ships are already employing either hybrid-electric or electric integrated propulsion systems. Future classes, including the Columbia-class ballistic missile submarine (SSBN) and the Future Large Surface Combatant, will be powered by an all-electric drive system as part of an Integrated Power System (IPS).
|1/31/2020 4:05:54 PM||
Where do traditional defense companies fit in the Pentagon’s tech push?
January 2020 -- Leonardo DRS CEO Bill Lynn explains how larger, more traditional defense contractors can contribute to the Pentagon's push for advanced tech.
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