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A few weeks ago, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) quietly unveiled a new high-speed missile program called Gambit. The program is meant to leverage a novel method of propulsion that could have far-reaching implications not just in terms of weapons development, but for high-speed aircraft and even in how the Navy’s warships are powered. This propulsion system, known as a rotation detonation engine (RDE), has the potential to be lighter than existing jet engines while offering a significant boost in power output, range, and fuel efficiency. The Gambit missile is just one of a number of programs placing a renewed focus on RDE technology, though for the most part, these systems have managed to fly under the media’s radar. Follow Dr. Chris Combs on Twitter: 🤍 Follow Steve Trimble: 🤍 📱 Follow Sandboxx News on social Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 📱 Follow Alex Hollings on social Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Further Reading Original Article: 🤍 Steve Trimble's work on Aviation Week (pay wall): 🤍 Carrier challenges vs China: 🤍 Citations: University of Michigan RDE history: 🤍 PDE Aircraft from the AFRL: 🤍 RDE Resources from Oak Ridge National Lab: 🤍 RDE Engine test: 🤍 Gambit program notice: 🤍 Navy fuel consumption: 🤍 Navy fuel savings from RDEs: 🤍 Navy patent from 1982: 🤍
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DARPA: robots and technologies for the future management of advanced US research. DARPA military robots. DARPA battle robots. Military technologies DARPA. Battle robots of the future. Technologies of the future in the US Army. 0:00 Introduction 0:53 DARPA mission 1:27 Project ARPANET 2:04 First "smart machine" or robot 3:00 The first self-driving vehicles and the first Boston Dynamics robot 3:30 DARPA robot racing 4:07 First Boston Dynamics Big Dog four-legged robot 4:57 Energy Autonomous Tactical Robot Program 5:14 Engineering Living Materials Program 6:00 Spy Beetles - Hybrid Insect Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems 6:18 Robot Worm - Project Underminer 6:40 DARPA - The Systems-Based Neurotechnology for Emerging Therapies 7:16 Robotic pilots with artificial intelligence 7:50 Artificial Intelligence Combat Air System - Air Combat Evolution 8:31 UNcrewed Long Range Ships - Sea Train 9:24 DARPA creates an intelligent robot swarm 10:06 Project OFFSET 10:22 Project Squad X 11:01 Battle of human robots on DARPA Robotics Challenge Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, abbreviated DARPA, or the Office of Advanced Research Projects of the U.S. Department of Defense, was established in 1958, almost immediately after the launch of the USSR Sputnik-1. The realization that the Soviets were about to launch into space not only satellites, but also missiles, greatly cheered up the government of the United States. The result was the creation of a unique agency with a huge budget, which could be spent at its own discretion. Watch a selection of the most unexpected, strange and advanced projects in the field of technology and artificial intelligence DARPA in one video! #prorobots #technology #roboticsnews PRO Robots is not just a channel about robots and future technologies, we are interested in science, technology, new technologies and robotics in all its manifestations, science news, technology news today, science and technology news 2020, so that in the future it will be possible to expand future release topics. Today, our vlog just talks about complex things, follows the tech news, makes reviews of exhibitions, conferences and events, where the main characters are best robots in the world! Subscribe to the channel, like the video and join us!
#russia #ufoキャッチャー #uap On episode 04 of SOMEWHERE IN THE LIVESTREAM, we are joined once again by Vinnie Adams of 🤍RealDisclosureTeam and UAP Media UK! Vinnie helps us break down the latest in UFO news, including... - A massive article by Scientific American concerning independent UFO investigative groups currently underway. - Putin's recent UFO close encounter while threatening nuclear destruction of the West. - An RAF fighter jet's near miss with UFO over Newcastle airspace. - The Pentagon secretly working to unleash massive swarms of Autonomous multi-domain drones. - The Pentagon's highest ranking UFO Hunter steps out of the shadows. - And we of course look at the UFO Video of the Week! Watch the video here and comment below what you think it might be: 🤍 Support Somewhere in the Skies with a SUPERCHAT, SUPER STICKER, or THANKS donation. Your contributions truly help the show continue and grow! Follow all of Vinnie's work at: 🤍 Join our Members Only Section for bonus content and episodes: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Book your Cameo video with Ryan at: 🤍 Buy Somewhere in the Skies coffee! Use promo code: SOMEWHERESKIES10 to get 10% off your order: 🤍 Order Ryan's Book in paperback, ebook, or audiobook at: 🤍 Official Store: 🤍 Tik Tok: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Follow Chrissy Newton on Twitter at: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Read Ryan’s articles at: 🤍 Opening Theme Song, "Ephemeral Reign" by Per Kiilstofte SOMEWHERE IN THE SKIES is part of the eOne podcast network. To learn more, visit: 🤍 Copyright Disclaimer: Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use. Copyright © 2023 Ryan Sprague. All rights reserved.
The internet, GPS, voice recognition programs like Siri – many of the technologies that we use today were developed with national security in mind. These inventions and many others began as projects of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), the Defense Department’s secretive military research agency. For more than fifty years, DARPA has held to a singular and enduring mission: to make pivotal investments in breakthrough technologies for national security. The genesis of that mission and of DARPA itself dates to the Cold War and the launch of Sputnik in 1957, and a commitment by the United States that it would be the initiator and not the victim of strategic technological surprises. Working with innovators inside and outside of government, DARPA has repeatedly delivered on that mission, transforming revolutionary concepts and even seeming impossibilities into practical capabilities. The ultimate results have included not only game-changing military capabilities such as precision weapons and stealth technology, but also major innovations in modern civilian society. How do they do it? What makes this military organization such fertile ground for invention? What technologies with useful daily applications have failed to enter into civilian use? Can Silicon Valley learn from DARPA, or vice versa? Drawing on extensive interviews, declassified memos and inside sources, investigative journalist Annie Jacobsen will share insights into this top-secret organization. Speaker Annie Jacobsen is an Investigative Journalist and Author. The conversation is moderated by Andrew Becker, Reporter, The Center for Investigative Reporting. For more information please visit: 🤍
DARPA is creating twin-fuselage aircraft with the C17's size carrying capacity. Darpa is involved in the development of a new form of seaplane that will have two cockpits and a huge span of wings and be able to transport significant quantities of supplies and personnel for a military base. The concept video of the planning, which Darpa has produced, is a major development with numerous benefits for naval operations. The airplane will be propelled by a turboprop engine and will carry the cargo out of its nose door. The planned Liberty Lifter demonstrator will be a large flying boat similar in size and capacity to the #C-17 Globemaster III transport aircraft. Goals include takeoff and land in Sea State 4, sustained on-water operation up to Sea State 5, and extended flight close to the water in ground effect with the capability to fly out of ground effect at altitudes up to 10,000 feet above sea level. Two teams General Atomics working with Maritime Applied Physics Corporation and Aurora Flight Sciences working with Gibbs & Cox and ReconCraft will develop designs for #DARPA’s Liberty Lifter Seaplane Wing-in-Ground Effect full-scale demonstrator. The Liberty Lifter program aims to demonstrate a leap ahead in operational capability by designing, building, floating, and flying a long-range, low-cost X-Plane capable of a seaborne strategic and tactical heavy lift.
DARPA's Cheetah robot—already the fastest legged robot in history—just broke its own land speed record of 18 miles per hour (mph). In the process, Cheetah also surpassed another very fast mover: Usain Bolt. According to the International Association of Athletics Federations, Bolt set the world speed record for a human in 2009 when he reached a peak speed of 27.78 mph for a 20-meter split during the 100-meter sprint. Cheetah was recently clocked at 28.3 mph for a 20-meter split. The Cheetah had a slight advantage over Bolt as it ran on a treadmill, the equivalent of a 28.3 mph tail wind, but most of the power Cheetah used was to swing its legs fast enough, not to propel itself forward. Cheetah is being developed and tested under DARPA's Maximum Mobility and Manipulation (M3) program by Boston Dynamics. The increase in speed since results were last reported in March 2012 is due to improved control algorithms and a more powerful pump. DARPA's intent with the Cheetah bot and its other robotics programs is to attempt to understand and engineer into robots certain core capabilities that living organisms have refined over millennia of evolution: efficient locomotion, manipulation of objects and adaptability to environments. By drawing inspiration from nature, DARPA gains technological building blocks that create possibilities for a whole range of robots suited to future Department of Defense missions. For more information on Cheetah and DARPA's other robotics programs, visit: 🤍 To get the latest DARPA news, photos and videos, follow us on Twitter at: 🤍
DARPA's Ground X-Vehicle Technologies (GXV-T) program aims to improve mobility, survivability, safety, and effectiveness of future combat vehicles without piling on armor. The demonstrations featured here show progress on technologies for traveling quickly over varied terrain and improving situational awareness and ease of operation. These demonstrations feature technologies developed for DARPA by: 1) Carnegie Mellon University, National Robotics Engineering Center 2) Honeywell International 3) Pratt & Miller 4) QinetiQ 5) Raytheon BBN Technologies Learn more at: 🤍
DARPA’s Operational Fires (OpFires) program has successfully executed its first flight test at White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. The OpFires system achieved all test objectives, including first ever use of a U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) logistics truck as a medium-range missile launcher, missile canister egress, stable flight capture, and use of U.S. Army inventory artillery fire control systems to initiate the test mission. Lockheed Martin built the system, which includes a Northrop Grumman rocket motor, and conducted the test. The test demonstrated integrated technology maturation of key enabling components including the first stage rocket motor, missile canister, and missile round pallet (MRP). The MRP is designed for use with the load handling system available on USMC and Army logistics vehicles, eliminating the need for a bespoke OpFires transporter erector launcher (TEL). 🤍
From artificial immune systems, to hypersonic aircraft, these are the CRAZIEST DARPA Military Projects. HEY YOU ! There are more awesome videos being made every week, like and subscribe to World Unearthed so you don't miss a beat ! 10. WHAT IS DARPA? DARPA stands for “Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency,” and yes, it really is as cool as it sounds. Essentially, it is a giant think tank where some of the smartest people in the world get together and come up with new ideas for technology advancement. It is the U.S. Department of Defense agency responsible for improving national security through technology. DARPA has six offices, each with its own director and purpose. Nearly all of the people in leadership positions hold Doctorates in Philosophy and Science. Without a doubt, this agency is home to some of the most brilliant minds on the planet. In 1957, the United States and the Soviet Union were in the thick of the “space race”: a series of “one-upping” between the two countries to see who can make it to space first. The Soviets won. They launched the first satellite in space ever, the Sputnik, and the whole world was shocked. The most shocked, however, was the United States. Lyndon B. Johnson was President at the time. He famously commented on “[t]he profound shock of realizing that it might be possible for another nation to achieve technological superiority over this great country of ours." Clearly, the U.S. took it pretty hard. But what came out of the shock was the beginning of DARPA. Literally. It was officially established only four months after the Sputnik was launched into space. In a sense, the U.S. vowed to never again be second in technological advances. DARPA’s whole purpose was to be the first to create the most advanced technology on the planet, even if it means surpassing the U.S.’s needs. In other words, even if the U.S. is still the most advanced in technology, scientists at DARPA will never stop creating to avoid falling behind. Not that it’s a real competition, but there’s definitely an unspoken contest between the U.S. and other countries. DARPA exists to keep this country in first place. 8. MIND’S EYE 7. FALCON 6. VLSI VLSI literally stands for very-large-scale-integration and it has everything to do with computer science in the ‘70s. It was a research project dedicated to advancing the microprocessor. A microprocessor is basically the heart of any normal computer. Several important computer advances came out of the VLSI Project, and it is revered as the most influential research project in the history of computers. The VLSI project was kickstarted by the California Institute of Technology professor Carver Mead and computer programmer Lynn Conway. DARPA was involved because they funded Mead’s and Conway’s research. In fact, that’s what the whole project started out as. DARPA provided funding for several universities to research and develop a more advanced version of a computer microprocessor. Not long into the project, Mead and Conway noticed that they didn’t have tools strong enough to handle the advanced technology they were developing. The only thing that could handle that amount of information and power was a supercomputer. Their goal was to make a supercomputer’s capabilities fit into any general computer. So, Mead and Conway used VLSI to fund other universities to create the equipment they needed. This decision was a catalyst for computer programming to take off. Each university involved kept developing new and improved concepts. In turn, it had a ripple effect on the computer world and ultimately led to the companies that are still active today, like Sun Microsystems. 5. ARPANET ARPANET, or “ARPA Network,” was the precursor to the Internet that we all know today. ARPA is the title of the umbrella research project, and it stands for Advanced Research Projects Agency. It is basically DARPA without the “D”. Ideas and research on a worldwide computer network started in the ‘60s. Back then, communicating with people across the country was still possible, it was just complicated and tedious. Computers used to be very large, and only one of them could be used for each location. For example, if someone was talking to two people at once over the computer network, but they were in two geographically different locations, two machines would have to be used. ARPANET sought to make communication to several locations possible on one machine. Bob Taylor, who is known as a pioneer that paved the way for the Internet, came to DARPA first. He convinced the Director to give him a budget so that he can develop the ARPANET. It took two years for Taylor to solidify a plan and get it signed off by the Director. Not many people were on board with it, and the ARPANET had a very small number of supporters. But by 1969, a seven-person team got to work on building the Internet, and it was completed in nine months. 4. BOEING X-45 3. LRASM 2. F-X PROGRAM 1. HELLADS
America's secret space plane has been watching us for YEARS! Join us, and find out more! Subscribe for more ► 🤍 In this video, Unveiled takes a closer look at the secret weapon for the US Space Force and military: the X-37b Spaceplane! This incredible piece of technology is developed and managed by DARPA, and has been soaring above our heads for years and years... but we still no so little about what it is? And why it's there?? This is Unveiled, giving you incredible answers to extraordinary questions! Find more amazing videos for your curiosity here: Quantum Theory PROVES You Never Die - 🤍 Is the Government Hiding Speed of Light Travel? - 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:36 What is DARPA? 0:57 The X-37b Spaceplane 2:44 Spaceplane Missions 6:01 Other DARPA Projects 7:23 Conclusions #DARPA #X37b #Spy #NASA #China #News #WorldNews #Space #Surveillance #Spaceplane
ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA — A frightening new bullet that can guide itself is helping snipers to hit their targets by changing course in mid flight to zoom in on stationary and moving targets. Here are the details: The Asia Times reports that the U.S.’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, recently made headlines when it showed video footage of a new bullet that changes direction to hit moving targets at long ranges. DARPA calls this new weapon the Extreme Accuracy Tasked Ordnance, or EXACTO for short. DARPA didn’t give much information about how this top secret weapon works, but it did say that the bullet is maneuverable and has a real-time guidance system that uses optical sighting technology. In addition, sketches, diagrams and photos posted online show how the bullets are imagined by artists to work. All theories based on DARPA’s wording suggest that the bullet has optical sensors in its nose area, which feed information to guidance electronics in the middle of the bullet, which in turn sends control commands to small control fins at the back of the bullet. DARPA says it created the bullet to increase the accuracy and speed at which snipers can fire bullets, as an inaccurate bullet risks troop safety by announcing their presence and giving away their position. DARPA says the EXACTO is a 50-caliber bullet and when tested, a novice shooter managed to hit a moving target the first time he used the system. SOURCES: Asia Times, DARPA, Interesting Engineering, New Atlas 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍
DARPA’s Gremlins project successfully flew an unmanned air vehicle (#UAV) and then retrieved it into C-130 aircraft while in flight. The complex maneuver is another step toward expanding the use and range of #drones in distributed air operations. darpa.mil/news-events/2021-11-05
The DARPA Challenge is a competitive obstacle course that allows robotics teams to win millions in prize money. More than that, the challenge displays the future benefits of general purpose robots that could aide in future disaster relief. Subscribe: 🤍 Check out our full video catalog: 🤍 Visit our playlists: 🤍 Like The Verge on Facebook: 🤍 Follow on Twitter: 🤍 Follow on Instagram: 🤍 Read More: 🤍
Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company, and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) have successfully demonstrated to the U.S. Army for the first time how an uninhabited Black Hawk helicopter flying autonomously can safely and reliably perform internal and external cargo resupply missions, and a rescue operation. Performed Oct. 12, 14 and 18 as part of the U.S. Army’s Project Convergence 2022 (PC22) experiment, the flights show how existing and future piloted utility helicopters could one day fly complex missions in reduced crew or autonomous mode. This would give Army commanders and aviators greater flexibility in how and when aircraft and pilots are used, especially in limited visibility or contested environments. Learn More: 🤍
🌏 Get an Exclusive NordVPN deal here ➼ 🤍 It's risk-free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee! ✌ Can an airplane operate without elevators, flaps and rudders for flight control? The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) says ‘Yes’ and it has homed in on a potential alternative system. DARPA's new X-plane concept will remove moving external control surfaces, shifting from a century of standard aviation design practices. DARPA has moved into the next phase of its Control of Revolutionary Aircraft with Novel Effectors program, or CRANE. The project is centered on an experimental uncrewed aircraft, which Aurora Flight Sciences, a subsidiary of Boeing, is developing. In this video Defense Updates analyzes how DARPA's new X-plane concept would change the way US Air Force goes to future wars? #defenseupdates #usweapons #latestUSweapons CHANNEL LINK: Facebook - 🤍 SUPPORT US: Patron: 🤍 AUDIO: scottleffler.com BACKGROUND MUSIC 🤍 "Giant Wyrm" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍 IMAGES USES 🤍thedrive.com / Darpa 🤍 🤍thedrive.com / Aurora Flight Sciences / Darpa 🤍 🤍thedrive.com / Aurora Flight Sciences / Darpa 🤍 🤍thedrive.com / Aurora Flight Sciences / Darpa 🤍 🤍thedrive.com / Aurora Flight Sciences / Darpa 🤍 eurasiantimes.com / USAF 🤍 🤍ainonline.com / Russian Ministry of Defense 🤍 theaviationgeekclub.com / USAF 🤍 🤍defenceview.in / Russian Ministry of Defense 🤍
During a dry run before the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals, not many robots fell over, so we went into Day 1 thinking that falls would be rare. They weren’t, and the possibility of falls kept everyone watching on the edge of our seats. Learn more: 🤍 Edited by Erico Guizzo/IEEE Spectrum Footage courtesy of DARPA
DARPA announced plans to design and produce a massive new seaplane capable of carrying large amounts of personnel and material. The agency selected two teams, General Atomics working with Maritime Applied Physics Corporation and Aurora Flight Sciences working with Gibbs & Cox and ReconCraft, to work on the new plane. The plane will be called the Liberty Lifter, Each team has produced different designs and will need to compromise to decide on a single model to design, build, float and fly. #Aircraft #Airplane #Cargoplane PayPal ➜ 🤍
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This video depicts field testing of the DARPA Legged Squad Support System (LS3). The goal of the LS3 program is to demonstrate that a legged robot can unburden dismounted squad members by carrying their gear, autonomously following them through rugged terrain, and interpreting verbal and visual commands. To learn more about LS3, please visit 🤍 To get the latest DARPA news, photos and videos, follow us on Twitter at: 🤍
For more information on the Wound Stasis program, see: 🤍 Battlefield medical care administered by first responders is often critical to the survival of injured servicemembers. In the case of internal abdominal injuries and resulting internal hemorrhaging, however, there is currently little that can be done to stanch bleeding before the patients reach necessary treatment facilities. The resulting blood loss often leads to death from what would otherwise be potentially survivable wounds. A foam-based technology developed under DARPA's Wound Stasis System program has demonstrated encouraging results in testing. In test models, the foam has been shown to control hemorrhaging in a patient's intact abdominal cavity for at least one hour. During testing, application of the product reduced blood loss six-fold and increased the rate of survival at three hours post-injury to 72 percent from the eight percent observed in controls. The foam is designed to be administered on the battlefield by a combat medic, and is easily removable by doctors during surgical intervention at an appropriate facility. In tests, removal of the foam took less than one minute following incision by a surgeon. The foam was removed by hand in a single block, with only minimal amounts remaining in the abdominal cavity, and with no significant adherence of tissue to the foam. Features appearing in relief on the extracted foam showed conformal contact with abdominal tissues and partial encapsulation of the small and large bowels, spleen, and liver. Program performer Arsenal Medical, Inc. developed the product for DARPA, with additional funding from the Army Research Office.
If the United States and China go to war, getting U.S. troops and equipment into theater quickly could mean the difference between victory and defeat. Ships are slow and planes typically need runways to land, which are in short supply on remote islands. Simply put, the military needs a new way to transport. Enter the Liberty Lifter. This week, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) greenlit two teams to design a new military seaplane. DARPA said the craft will be a large flying boat, similar in size and capacity to the C-17 Globemaster III. DARPA wants the lifter to take off and land on mild seas, operate on the surface in waves up to six feet, fly for extended periods close to water in what’s called “ground effect,” and also have the ability to reach an altitude of 10,000 feet. General Atomics is working with Maritime Applied Physics Corporation. They’re proposing a twin-hull, mid-wing design to optimize on-water stability. Follow Straight Arrow News on social media — Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Sign up for our weekly newsletters: 🤍
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Sea Hunter is an autonomous unmanned surface vehicle (USV) launched in 2016 as part of the DARPA Anti-Submarine Warfare Continuous Trail Unmanned Vessel (ACTUV) program. Sea Hunter is classified as a Class III USV and designated the Medium Displacement Unmanned Surface Vehicle (MDUSV).
This article presents the CERBERUS robotic system-of-systems, which won the DARPA Subterranean Challenge Final Event in 2021. The Subterranean Challenge was organized by DARPA with the vision to facilitate the novel technologies necessary to reliably explore diverse underground environments despite the grueling challenges they present for robotic autonomy. Due to their geometric complexity, degraded perceptual conditions combined with lack of GPS support, austere navigation conditions, and denied communications, subterranean settings render autonomous operations particularly demanding. In response to this challenge, we developed the CERBERUS system which exploits the synergy of legged and flying robots, coupled with robust control especially for overcoming perilous terrain, multi-modal and multi-robot perception for localization and mapping in conditions of sensor degradation, and resilient autonomy through unified exploration path planning and local motion planning that reflects robot-specific limitations. Based on its ability to explore diverse underground environments and its high-level command and control by a single human supervisor, CERBERUS demonstrated efficient exploration, reliable detection of objects of interest, and accurate mapping. In this article, we report results from both the preliminary runs and the final Prize Round of the DARPA Subterranean Challenge, and discuss highlights and challenges faced, alongside lessons learned for the benefit of the community. Team Website: 🤍
The future of mind-controlled machines might not be as far away as we think. As director of DARPA’s Biological Technologies Office, Dr Justin Sanchez is part of a team that is looking at how to decode brain signals and use them to control robotic prosthetics. His research includes the visualisation and decoding of brain activity, the development of devices that could help patients with memory deficits, and advanced prosthetic arm systems that could restore feeling and movement after an injury. The former associate professor of Biomedical Engineering and Neuroscience at the University of Miami has also looked at the potential of neurotechnology for treating paralysis, Tourette’s Syndrome and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. In this talk Dr Justin Sanchez takes us through various real world applications of direct neural interfaces. - THINKING DIGITAL Latest news: 🤍 Follow: 🤍 Like: 🤍
University Host Session: Via the DARPA P3 and PREPARE programs and other funding sources, Georgia Tech is developing mRNA encoded antibody and CRISPR based therapies for treating and preventing viral infections. In addition, strides have been made to improve low-cost approaches to ultrasensitive pathogen detection.
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Watch More: 🤍 🤍 Follow Us: 🤍 🤍 In "get this into my house immediately" news, a group of scientists have created a new system for transmitting data that uses light and could be 85,000 times faster than broadband cable. This super wi-fi, which could be used for everything from satellite communication links to fiber optic cables, employs something called "phase holograms" to manipulate eight separate beams of light so that they can carry "1" or "0" data bits—the building blocks of sending digital information from one place to another. The beams, twisted into a DNA-like helical shape, were sent through free space as unique data streams, almost like separate channels on your radio. The transmit speed? 2.5 terabits per second, which Gizmodo describes as the equivalent of seven Blu-ray movies. Of course, this technology, funded by DARPA and developed by a multinational team of scientists from Pakistan, China, Israel, and the United States, could easily be used for evil. But for now, let's all just imagine downloading all of the Star Wars films in a blink of an eye—even if we only really want to watch three of them. 🤍
DARPA’s Air Combat Evolution (ACE) program is half way through Phase 1 and has notched several key accomplishments in anticipation of live subscale aircraft dogfights in Phase 2 later this year. Achievements to date include: advanced virtual AI dogfights involving both within visual range (WVR) and beyond visual range (BVR) multi-aircraft scenarios with updated simulated weapons; live flights of an instrumented jet to measure pilot physiology and trust in AI; and initial modifications to the first full-scale jet trainer scheduled to host an onboard AI “pilot” in Phase 3 of the program. DARPA Program Manager, Col. Dan "Animal" Javorsek shares details in this video. For more information visit: 🤍
The Liberty Lifter program aims to design, build, float, and fly an affordable, innovative, and disruptive seaplane that operates efficiently in ground effect (less than 100 feet above surface), can sustain flight altitudes up to 10,000 feet mean sea level (MSL), and enables efficient theater-range transport of large payloads at speeds far exceeding existing sea lift platforms. Liberty Lifter will use low cost manufacturing akin to ship fabrication in building a highly innovative seaplane capable of meeting DoD heavy lift requirements (100+ tons) that operates with runway and port independence. 🤍 🤍