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After ten years of producing an annual report on technology trends, Deloitte released a report focus on how the trends are affecting space programs and organizations. Credit: Deloitte
An artist’s concept of Canada’s smart robotic system located on the exterior of the Gateway, a small space station in orbit around the moon. (Credits: Canadian Space Agency, NASA)
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Adam Van Etten, CosmiQ Works technical director, Valvanera Moreno, SES system architecture and innovation manager, Devin Brande, Orbital Insight advance programs director, Gabriel Comi, Raytheon Intelligence, Information and Services' Artificial Intelligence and Autonomy Capability Center chief architect, discuss artificial intelligence and machine learning at Satellite Innovation 2018 in Mountain View, California. Credit: SpaceNews/Debra Werner
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As part of ongoing efforts to advance Army capabilities in the area of electronic warfare, the Army’s Rapid Equipping Force will equip United States Army Forces Command with Electronic Warfare Tactical Vehicles this Fall.
Air Force Office of Scientific Research-supported physicists at the University of Michigan are developing innovative components for quantum, or super-fast, computers that will improve security for data storage and transmission on Air Force systems. (Courtesy graphic)
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The third SBIRS satellite, the next satellite scheduled to join the U.S. Air Force’s Space Based Infrared System (SBIRS), pictured above in final assembly and test at Lockheed Martin in Sunnyvale, California. Credit: Lockheed Martin.
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Researchers use machine learning to search for SAM sites over a large search area in southeast China. (Center for Geospatial Intelligence)
This computer-generated view depicts part of Mars at the boundary between darkness and daylight, with an area including Gale Crater beginning to catch morning light. Curiosity was delivered in 2012 to Gale crater, a 155-kilometer-wide crater that contains a record of environmental changes in its sedimentary rock. Credit: NASA JPL-CALTECH