Having been fortunate enough to work in both the private and public sectors, I have been honored to work in both environments with an appreciation of the necessary skills to navigate both worlds.
Where UAS are concerned, it’s becoming incredibly important to know where the UAS and its key parts are produced, particularly as it relates to the use of UAS for purposes of espionage and potentially for delivery of a biological or other type of explosive device.
Because of the unsatisfied needs related to REE and the urgency of these requirements, we believe it’s important to focus on the major reasons why these capabilities need to be explored in short order.
The germs with which we have had a “relative détente” have been mutating and can now threaten our lives.
It is envisioned that grass-covered slopes will result in stable soils, as well as reduce mudslides during hurricanes and keep soil from clogging infrastructure.
There are practical frameworks for switching to new forecasting methods by direct measurements of the intensity of a variety of real physical fields.
The problem of processing millions of tons of waste, accumulated earlier and still emerging today, has become even more urgent.
The potential for these kinds of activities to pay high returns-on-investment is quite high – based on the well-known lack of analysis of what technologies/solutions/capabilities already exist.
According to world mining experts, the main driver of titanium consumption will continue to be, as previously, the global aerospace industry.
Particularly in high-tech start-ups or governmental agencies, it is just as important to decide what not to do as what to do.
It is critical to develop a continuous improvement capability to ensure cyber threat defense remains updated.
This kind of scenario will require the involvement of coordinated work groups of highly qualified specialists and scientists in all cycles and stages of production.
How a loyal friend turned a tragedy into developing next-generation body armor by meeting detailed operational requirements.
The U.S. would do well to examine these top global programs to learn how “to do more with less” and embrace the concept of outside monitoring by specialists or experts in various disciplines.
The size of the market is attractive enough that many companies would seek to capture just even portions of it.
Our tech foraging specialists needs to be opportunistic and look for novel moments such as dual-use innovations.
At every step of product development, it is critical to understand and meet user needs.
It’s increasingly important for the public sector to make wise investments as most government agencies lack funds.
The real challenge for officials is to work as a group to prioritize and articulate unsatisfied needs of their regions.