Aerospace and Defense Technology Alert. Software Upgrade Improves Anti-Ballistic Missiles; Robotic Fin Improves Littoral Autonomous Underwater Vehicles; Electrically Propelled Satellite Cuts Launch Weight and Costs

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This issue profiles software upgrade for improving anti-ballistic missiles, a robotic fin that improves littoral autonomous underwater vehicles, and an electrically propelled satellite that cuts launch weight and costs.

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Aerospace and Defense Technology Alert. Software Upgrade Improves Anti-Ballistic Missiles; Robotic Fin Improves Littoral Autonomous Underwater Vehicles; Electrically Propelled Satellite Cuts Launch Weight and CostsIn This Issue1. JAPANESE NAVY UPGRADES AIRBORNE MINESWEEPING FLEET2. SOFTWARE UPGRADE IMPROVES ANTI-BALLISTIC MISSILES3. ROBOTIC FIN IMPROVES LITTORAL AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLES4. AIRCRAFT TRACKING SOLUTION MERGES SIX DATA FEEDS FOR GREATER ACCURACY5. ADVANCED JETS PROVIDE GREATER AWARENESS TO US AIRCRAFT CARRIERS6. RADIATION-HARDENED ICS SUPPORT ORION SPACECRAFT TEST FLIGHT7. LASER WEAPON DISABLES TARGET AT MILE DISTANCE8. ELECTRICALLY PROPELLED SATELLITE CUTS LAUNCH WEIGHT AND COSTS9. TECHVISION 2015




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