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U.S. CYBER COMMAND, DARPA INITIATE RAPID CYBER CAPABILITY PROTOTYPING AND INTEGRATION PILOT
Monday, November 28, 2022
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U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM)

.Source: U.S. DoD


U.S. Cyber Command (USCYBERCOM)

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ARLINGTON, Va. -- The United States Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) are kicking off a pilot program aimed at getting new cyber capabilities into the hands of cyber operators faster.

Known as Constellation, the pilot program will enable the flow of new cyber capabilities resulting from high-risk, high-reward cyber science and technology (S&T) research by creating a user-directed, incremental, and iterative pipeline to accelerate the creation, proving, adoption, and delivery of those capabilities into CYBERCOM’s software ecosystem.

Constellation will provide a framework and create mechanisms to provide virtual and physical infrastructure, people and contracts, sustainment of relationships required to bridge the gap between science and technology, research, development, and operational warfighting capabilities, and feedback to the S&T community regarding evolving cyber threats and mission needs.

Source:  U.S. DARPA
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Author: U.S. DARPA 

 
U.S. CYBER COMMAND, DARPA INITIATE RAPID CYBER CAPABILITY PROTOTYPING AND INTEGRATION PILOT
Monday, November 28, 2022
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Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

.Source: US Government


Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency

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ARLINGTON, Va. -- The United States Cyber Command (CYBERCOM) and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) are kicking off a pilot program aimed at getting new cyber capabilities into the hands of cyber operators faster.

Known as Constellation, the pilot program will enable the flow of new cyber capabilities resulting from high-risk, high-reward cyber science and technology (S&T) research by creating a user-directed, incremental, and iterative pipeline to accelerate the creation, proving, adoption, and delivery of those capabilities into CYBERCOM’s software ecosystem.

Constellation will provide a framework and create mechanisms to provide virtual and physical infrastructure, people and contracts, sustainment of relationships required to bridge the gap between science and technology, research, development, and operational warfighting capabilities, and feedback to the S&T community regarding evolving cyber threats and mission needs.

Source:  U.S. DARPA
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Author: U.S. DARPA 

 
SAFRAN’S EUROFLIR 610 OPTRONIC OBSERVATION SYSTEM CHOSEN FOR EURODRONE
Tuesday, November 29, 2022
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Eurodrone

.Source: Airbus


Eurodrone

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PARIS - Safran Electronics & Defense has signed a contract with Leonardo to develop and supply the Euroflir 610 high-performance airborne electro-optical (optronic) system for the Eurodrone program.

Derived from the Euroflir 410 architecture, the Euroflir 610 is a 25-inch airborne optronic system that is vital for the European MALE UAV’s ISTAR missions (intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance). The Euroflir 610 will provide unparalleled observation and target designation performance at any time of day or night and in severely degraded weather conditions, thanks to its multispectral telescope, line-of-sight stabilization and precise target geolocation.

The program led by the Organization for Joint Armament Cooperation (OCCAR) will provide 20 systems representing over 60 MALE RPAS aircraft for France, Germany, Italy and Spain. The start of the first Eurodrone prototype manufacturing with the Euroflir 610 is planned for 2024.

Source:  www.safran-group.com/pressroom/safran-s-euroflir-610-optronic-observation-system-chosen-european-male-rpas-2022-11-21

 

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