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Join the best minds in science and technology on DoDTechipedia Ė the new internal wiki for the U.S. Department of Defense. Post ideas, ask questions, make suggestions or share information with colleagues you canít reach now. Itís a way to expand our brainpower focused on rapidly responding to the needs of the warfighter.

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Topic Areas

Some noteworthy weapon systems areas include:

Area Coverage Sample
Advanced Electronics Photonics, microelectronics and electro-optic technology for the advancement of military systems and as force multipliers
Directed Energy Technology Models, tactical requirements, training and education, lasers, high-power microwaves, and nonlethal applications
Electro-Optical and Infrared Sensors Detection and countering of improvised explosive devices (IEDs), counter Man Portable Air Defense Systems (MANPADS), and night vision
Energy and Power Various energy and power technologies and traditional and alternative energy sources, such as petroleum, synthetic and bio-fuels
Networking Unmanned Vehicles Communications protocols, ground control systems, hardware, interoperability, modeling and simulation, software, and spectrum management for unmanned vehicles
Radar Ballistic missile defense; counter-rocket, artillery, and mortar (C-RAM); foliage penetration radar; and through the wall radar
Robotics Basic and applied research in robotics, commercial and industrial robotics, components and subsystems, and military and security applications
Sensor and Data Fusion Networked sensor systems capable of deployment over large environments and integration with a large number of systems
Systems Engineering Systems engineering technical review process and the work breakdown structure
Unmanned Systems Unmanned systems including human-machine interaction; learning and adaptability; multi-system control, teaming, and scalability; perception; and verification and validation

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