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India likely to conduct maiden test of indigenous technology cruise missile on October 12- The New Indian Express

Express News Service

BHUBANESWAR: After conducting successful trials of seven missiles in a month, India is all set to conduct the maiden trial of its Indigenous Technology Cruise Missile (ITCM) from a defence test facility off the Odisha coast on Monday.

A highly placed defence source on Saturday told The New Indian Express that the missile, a new version of subsonic cruise missile Nirbhay will be test fired with short turbo fan engine and an advanced radio frequency seeker.

Nirbhay missile was India’s first indigenously developed cruise missile. The weapon system that has completed six developmental trials between 2012 and 2019 was recently deployed following Chinese aggression along the line of actual control.

“The new version of Nirbhay has been fitted with advanced software and more indigenous systems, including the turbo fan engine. All the preparations for the test are in the final stage and the missile is ready for

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AIDP and Andy Khawaja Conduct New Pandemic Research for AI Technology

Artificial Intelligence Defense Platform, a technology start-up creating AI technology for a safer, more comfortable future, and its Founder Andy Khawaja have created a new department within AIDP that is dedicated to pandemic research to see how AI technology can be most useful in future pandemics.

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Andy Khawaja – Founder of Artificial Intelligence Defense Platform (Photo: Business Wire)

In lieu of the Coronavirus Pandemic, or COVID-19, Artificial Intelligence Defense Platform has already found many new ways AI technology can be used for identifying and forecasting pandemic outbreaks. AI technology can track the outbreaks and predict outcomes based on actions.

Andy Khawaja and AIDP have found better methods for tracking carriers based upon tracing data via smartphones, also known as contact tracing.

Although there is a natural resistance to artificial intelligence technology in the healthcare industry, AIDP’s studies show how

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Mediacom Becomes First U.S. Cable Operator to Conduct Field Trial of New 10G Platform

Mediacom Communications today provided a firsthand look at the future of connected-living during a smart home event powered by the next generation of broadband technology.” data-reactid=”20″Mediacom Communications today provided a firsthand look at the future of connected-living during a smart home event powered by the next generation of broadband technology.

Mediacom 10G Smart Home represented the first U.S. field trial of the cable industry’s new 10G™ platform. The next great leap forward for broadband, 10G is a powerful, capital-efficient technology breakthrough that will ramp up from the 1

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How Ars Technica’s tech-savvy staffers conduct happy hours in locked-down 2020

Artist's approximation of Security Editor Dan Goodin's Zoom calls with other infosec pros.
Enlarge / Artist’s approximation of Security Editor Dan Goodin’s Zoom calls with other infosec pros.

Getty Images / Aurich Lawson

As the United States settles into Labor Day weekend, we hope you’re finding ways to celebrate—or, more crucially, to carve out something that resembles a “vacation” when travel and holiday options have become more limited. With that in mind, I polled my Ars colleagues with a vacation-minded question: How do you put the “happy” into “happy hour” in a socially distanced universe?

Unsurprisingly, many of the answers hinge on technology, though not all of them. If you’ve been struggling to socialize or break out of a 2020 rut, we hope our suggestions inspire you, though we’d also love to see your own suggestions in the comments section below.

Life updates between bets

In the before time, I was part of a semi-weekly poker night with friends from graduate school. Once

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ENFIRE Technology Used in Real-World Environment to Conduct Far East District’s Latest Training

Last week, Chris Caywood, Chief of the FED’s Design Branch and a group of seven Engineering Division engineers met with customers from Story Range to complete a site assessment on three of the complex’s ranges.

The event kickoff meeting and safety briefing immediately eliminated sites that would not be a fit for the needs of a contingency environment. The design team, Training Support Activity Korea, and the 2ID Abrams Master Gunner reviewed a number of sites to determine the feasibility of each range. This preliminary review determined the ranges that would be the best fit to meet the width and terrain requirements for the contingency environment and was followed by a visit to all of the ranges within the Story Range complex to better visualize and understand the mission.

 

After validating the range requirements, Sang Yoon Woo and Min-U Yi from the FED’s Geotechnical Branch along with Hyon Ku Choe

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