DARPA Ground X-Vehicle Technologies First Details

Military vehicles are by definition in need of advanced technologies to function properly. Be it tanks, airplanes or submarines, they need to be able …

Carnegie Mellon University

"MEDUSA"-July 11, 2018

There is a growing fear that a sonic weapon attack will occur with President Trump's upcoming summit with Russia's President Vladimir Putin in …

Donald Trump

What should DARPA send to space? They want your suggestions

WASHINGTON ― The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is seeking ideas for payloads to use in the DARPA Launch Challenge, a competition focused …

Space Exploration

DARPA Looks for Cargo for the Launch Challenge Competition

As it becomes more and more obvious that the future of humanity acn be found in space, companies in the aerospace industry, be it private or …

Space Exploration

DARPA digs into the details of practical quantum computing

Quantum computing promises enough computational power to solve problems far beyond the capabilities of the fastest digital computers, so the Defense …

Quantum Computing

DARPA Completes Rapid Engine Firing of Experimental Spaceplane

Low under the radar, as usual, DARPA is working on its own space machine with which to aid the advancements of space exploration. Called Experimental …

Space Exploration

DARPA, companies declare success in AR-22 engine test series

CINCINNATI — A government-industry team announced July 10 they successfully completed a series of 10 test firings over 10 days of a shuttle-era …


DARPA wants AI with baked-in physics knowledge

Although artificial intelligence is making its way into private- and public-sector enterprise systems, it has not gained as much traction in the …

Artificial Intelligence

Phantom Express Engine Testing Advances

10 successful 100-second AR-22 engine firings in 240 hours! The @AerojetRdyne, @NASA, @BoeingSpace & DARPA team just proved the propulsion system is …


The U.S. Military’s Mad Scientists’ Shopping List

Contract requests shed light on what DARPA researchers want for "strategic technological surprises."<p>Whenever the Pentagon wants to push the envelope …

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6 military technologies you didn’t know about

Leave it to Uncle Sam to come up with the craziest vehicle tech around<p>Ground X-Vehicle Technologies (GXV-T) is DARPA's military program that aims to improve mobility, survivability, safety, and effectiveness. The main focus is to advance the technology for future combat vehicles. Learn more at …


The military is developing a shapeshifting wheel that is capable of transforming in just 2 seconds

Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University are working on a wheel-to-track mechanism that renders combat vehicles capable of conquering any terrain …

Carnegie Mellon University

The Gremlins Are Coming: DARPA Enters Phase III

The U.S.'s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is almost ready to unleash its Gremlins– a swarm of UAVs built to perform multiple tasks from …


DARPA Tries To Reinvent The Wheel, With Wheels That Instantly Morph Into Triangular Tank Tracks


DARPA’s $100 Million Programs for a Silicon Compiler and a New Open Hardware Ecosystem

Moore’s Law Is Slowing Down<p>Designing and manufacturing CPUs and GPUs for engineers means finding ways to reduce the size of transistors while …

Moore's Law

DARPA Seeks Chip Research Ideas

The U.S. government is seeking input at a Silicon Valley event for semiconductor-related research in AI, security, emulation and photonics.

Silicon Valley

DARPA’s New Tires Become Triangular Tank Tracks in Two Seconds

Now Trending<p>Latest Videos<p>JUL 5 2018<p>That’s one way to send an S.O.S.<p>JUL 5 2018<p>According to the 2018 American Customer Satisfaction Index's Restaurant …


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The US Government’s “High-Tech Holy Grail”<p>By: Eric Bleeker<p>Investors are sounding the alarm after a little-known U.S. government agency green lit what …


DARPA Invents Shapeshifting Wheel

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DARPA to invest $100M over the next four years to create the equivalent of a silicon compiler aimed at significantly lowering the barriers to design chips

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The Mad Scientists at DARPA Want to Build a Tank for the Army Like No Other

DARPA has offered a peek at what may be the tank of the future.<p>Or, at least how the tank of the future will move. Several contractors recently …


Video of the week: DARPA display shows future of combat vehicles

<b>This week’s video comes from DARPA, which has been in search of combat vehicles that keep their crews safe without adding extra armour.</b>On show are …


DARPA's wheels can transform into tracks while on the move

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has come up with its share of amazing tech over the years -- the internet, for instance -- but now the …

U.S. Army

DARPA’s wheel switches shapes with terrain!

Designed as a collaborative project between Carnegie Mellon University’s National Robotics Engineering Center and DARPA researchers, the …

Carnegie Mellon University

DARPA Wants to Boost Your Body's Defenses ― By 'Tuning' Your Genes

From vaccines to antidotes for drug poisoning, modern medicine has given us a lot of tools to protect us against health threats. But what if your …


DARPA Engineers are Reinventing the Wheel with Shapeshifting Tires

DARPA’s Ground X-Vehicle Technologies (GXV-T) program aims to improve mobility, survivability, safety, and effectiveness of future combat vehicles …

Carnegie Mellon University

DARPA Transforming Tank Tread Wheels

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency – DARPA, for short – has always been ahead of the game when it comes to interesting military tech. And …


DARPA's plan to speed machine learning development

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants to make the process of training machine-learning models more efficient.<p>Currently, training a ML …

Machine Learning

DARPA Unveils $100M EDA Project

A DARPA program manager described at DAC two new EDA research programs that aim to create the equivalent of a silicon compiler.


DARPA design shifts round wheels to triangular tracks in a moving vehicle

As part of its Ground X-Vehicle Technologies program, DARPA is showcasing some new defense vehicle tech that’s as futuristic as it is practical. One of the innovations, a reconfigurable wheel-track, comes out of Carnegie Mellon University’s National Robotics Engineering Center in partnership with …