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  1. Mobile application to provide biofeedback for mental health released after studies on suicide rates released

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    Mon, 4 Feb 2013

    [NOISE] >> This is a military and aerospace electronics report. I'm Skyler Frink. The Department of Defense has introduced a mobile application to monitor the mental health of service members after an alarming suicide rate was noted both among veterans and active duty soldiers. The application,

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    The Department of Defense has introduced a mobile application to monitor the mental health of service members after an alarming suicide rate was noted both among veterans and active duty soldiers. The application, called BioZen, uses
  2. DARPA envisions munitions that fall upwards through the ocean to targets on the surface

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    Mon, 21 Jan 2013

    [MUSIC] >> This is the military and aerospace electronics report. I'm John Keller. Now the whole notion of air delivered weapons is pretty clear. Aircraft release bombs that fall downward toward their targets. Now, take that idea and flip it upside down. Yes, I'm talking about weapons and sensor

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    electronics, and electro-optics must be able to withstand. Long term exposure to cold temperatures , corrosive salt water, underwater earthquakes, extreme pressure, and ocean muck. They have to work when activated by underwater radio link from long
  1. DARPA testing of Legged Squad Support System begins

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    Mon, 14 Jan 2013

    [MUSIC] This is the Military and Aerospace Electronics Report. I'm Skyler Frank. The average war fighter in the field, who carries up to a hundred pounds of equipment, will soon be getting help from their new four legged friend, the Legged Squad Support System, or LS3. The LS3 is a quadruped robot

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    of equipment, walk 20 miles on a charge, and also access an auxiliary power station for recharging batteries for radios and other devices. The goal of the robot is to reduce the fatigue, physical strain, and poor performance heavy loads can cause war fighters to experience. With one robot capable of carrying all supplies not immediately needed on hand, the technology is promising. The system, developed by a team led by Boston Dynamics, is capable of traversing rugged terrain, obeying verbal commands, and navigating hazardous weather conditions such as rain or snow. The LS3 project in September of 2009 and is based on the big dog robot from Boston
  2. The sky’s the limit in 2013

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    Mon, 7 Jan 2013

    [MUSIC] This is the avionics Intelligence report I'm Courtney Howard. It's 2013 and I want to take this opportunity to wish you a Happy New Year and thank you for being part of the avionics Intelligence community. I look forward to working with you in the new year. Industry pundits and analysts are

  3. Submarine technology in the news with mini-submarine contracts and communications projects

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    Mon, 17 Dec 2012

    [MUSIC] This is the Military and Aerospace Electronics Report. I'm John Keller. And after what seems to be a quiet period, submarine technology is back in the news this week. New developments come amid an ominous backdrop of reports. that US anti-submarine warfare technology has eroded over the

  4. Military & Aerospace Electronics Last Word Video Supplement

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    Mon, 10 Dec 2012

    [MUSIC] I'm Skylar Frank and this is the Military and Aerospace Electronics Last Word Video Supplement. WIth me today is David Kelly, CEO of Bluefin Robotics. So David, what's driving the interest behind autonomous unmanned vehicle's? >> Well, Skyler. Over the last decade the technology is proven

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    CEO of Bluefin Robotics. So David, what's driving the interest behind autonomous unmanned vehicle's ? >> Well, Skyler. Over the last decade the technology is proven itself to be a cost enfant platform for FC data collection.
    sea life. And what are some of the challenges in designing autonomous unmanned vehicles ? >> Well if you look, your the vehicles are designed to work in the ocean which is a harsh and challenging environment. If you compare it to air or ground unmanned vehicles there's a couple of different challenges. One is you're working in extreme pressures in a water environment. Site requires us to use
    condition or unexpected conditions is higher than is typically found in other unmanned vehicles . Are there any trends in autonomous unmanned vehicle technology? >> I think there are three identifiable trends in underwater unmanned vehicle technology.
  5. Industry investment in Florida

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    Mon, 3 Dec 2012

    This is the avionics intelligence report, I'm Courtney Howard. A flurry of aviation and aerospace activity is taking place in the southeastern United States. I've attended Marriott aviation, aerospace, and imbedded technology conferences and exhibitions in Florida, but largely in the areas of

  6. Department of Defense updates space policy, aims to reduce cost and defend systems

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    Mon, 26 Nov 2012

    [MUSIC] This is the Military and Aerospace Electronics report. I'm Skyler Frink. The U.S. Department of Defense has updated it's space policy, aimed at reducing costs and decreasing the risk of attacks on space assets. The update reflects on the current budget climate by aiming to keep systems

  7. Research initiatives pumping new life into phased-array radar

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    Mon, 19 Nov 2012

    This is the military and aerospace electronics report. I'm John Keller, I'm noticing some very interesting defence work on fundamental improvements to phased array radar that has the potential for big pay offs on the size, range, and sensitivity. A future radar system, that even may lead to covert

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    This is the military and aerospace electronics report. I'm John Keller , I'm noticing some very interesting defence work on fundamental improvements to phased array radar that has the potential for big pay offs on the size, range, and sensitivity. A future radar system, that even may lead to covert surveillance sensors that previously were limited only to the electro-optical domain. Now earlier this month the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency , or Darpa, gave the go ahead to Teledon Scientific and Imaging in Thousand Oaks, California. To move into the advanced stages of
    a lot further forward. For the Military and Aerospace Electronics report, I'm John Keller . [MUSIC]
  8. With great appreciation

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    Tue, 13 Nov 2012

    [MUSIC] This is the Avionics Intelligence report. I'm Courtney Howard. I've had the pleasure of being out and about among peers in the aerospace and defense community in the last couple of weeks. Attendance at annual industry events was down due in part to budgetary challenges and in part to

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    [MUSIC] This is the Avionics Intelligence report . I'm Courtney Howard. I've had the pleasure of being out and about among peers in the aerospace and defense community in the last couple of weeks. Attendance at annual industry events was down due in part to budgetary challenges and in part to hurricane Sandy. Those affected by the recent hurricane are certainly in our thoughts. And we offer our sincere thanks and gratitude to all those involved in the relief effort, both on the ground and in the air. Both military and civil helicopters have been integral to the emergency response and recovery efforts , and we thank you. We also celebrated veterans day this past weekend, and I offer my appreciation to veterans past and present for your hard work, dedication, courage and sacrifice. This week be sure to visit Avionics-Intelligence.com or follow me @coho on Twitter, to read all the latest news as I travel Florida's great northwest visiting innovators in Aviation. That's all for now. Thank you for watching the Avionics Intelligence Report . [MUSIC]