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Multi-domain operations, the U.S. Army’s future operating concept, requires autonomous agents with learning components to operate alongside the warfighter. New Army research reduces the unpredictability of current training reinforcement learning policies so that they are more practically applicable to physical systems, especially ground robots. U.S. Army DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory Public Affairs reports.

According to information published by the Chinese MoD (Ministry of Defense) on December 28, 2020, the Chinese army has conducted a military exercise under the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Tibet Military Command using new-generation individual combat systems (ICS) in a plateau area more than 4,500 meters above sea level.

Russian Strategic Missile Force engineer units continued to receive special hardware in 2020, including new KDM road-building vehicles, the Russian Defense Ministry’s press office said. This year, missile large units based on the territory stretching from the Tver Region in central Russia to the Irkutsk Region in East Siberia got KDM road-building vehicles, the Russian press office added.


“We’re evolving the way we think and the way we work, to use emerging commercial technologies to provide our warfighters the most advanced capabilities more quickly,” said Chris Daughters, vice president of research, technology and engineering, Aeronautics Systems, Northrop Grumman. “Our partnership with Deepwave Digital combined with our advanced autonomy expertise will enhance the agility, speed and affordability our customers expect.”

Russia’s newest Ptitselov (Fowler) short-range air defense (AD) system will receive an advanced artificial intelligence control unit that will allow the weapon to optically distinguish hostile fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft, cruise missiles, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and attack them, according to the Izvestia newspaper.

ADASI, a producer of military autonomous systems based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a subdivision of EDGE, an advanced defense technology group that develop, design and manufacture a wide range of military defense and security products in the field of land, Air and Navy, has developed the Garmoosha or Garmousha, the next-generation of first UAE-made light unmanned VTOL (Vertical Take-Off and Landing) aircraft system (UAS) helicopter design.

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