The rapid evolution of electronic warfare and drone tactics have the service tweaking its acquisition plans.
Service approves further development after Microsoft’s IVAS 1.2 proves lighter, crisper.
By year’s end, troops should be able to jump on a network from just about any location, an Army cyber leader said.
After years of delays and program adjustments, the Army has a new time frame for rolling out its augmented reality headset to troops.
The Defense Department is planning a July outreach event to find new solutions from industry that can counter AI-enabled drone swarms over land, sea and air.
By October, Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical is expected to absorb network portfolios from its sister PEO for enterprise services.
The service's annual experimental technology event will include a focus on autonomous lane clearance and decontaminant capabilities in 2024.
Army Futures Command called on industry for white papers outlining potential technology capabilities it will look to deploy as part of its modernization strategy.
It’s part of a larger effort to use commercial and cloud-based technologies to make the service more data centric.
Improving image quality and broadening the amount of data feeds available are priorities for future versions.
The challenges include trying to install them and making sure they don’t run out of range.
The most “complex” aspect of the implementation plan is “building a force to operate in the future that still has to operate in the present,” officials said.
Unlike other Pentagon BYOD efforts, this one taps the cloud for a secure remote work experience.
New intelligence and electronic-warfare tools aim to help commanders get data faster.
As the Army trains its second cohort of technology professionals, the success of the software factory will hinge on how well they are integrated into the Army's mission.
To make mobile device use more secure, the Army is preparing a new identity and access requirements as it adopts zero trust security principles.
The Intelligence and Security Command unit published a solicitation looking for a contractor to modernize its IT infrastructure, focusing on secure network and automation capabilities.
The Defense Department will partner with two private medical research centers to develop a portable tool for soldiers to assess burns.