writers

(2005,
issue 5)
JEAN BEAUDIN, INGAR MOEN

RADARSAT-2 has been designed as a commercial Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) imaging satellite.

(2005,
issue 4)
INGAR MOEN and GREG WALKER

There is a growing emphasis to extract the maximum performance from existing shipboard sensors and weapons, as the threat evolves, technology advances and the cost to replace them become prohibitive.

(2005,
issue 3)
INGAR MOEN and LCol RICK HANNA

The defence technology investment strategy identifies Simulation & Modeling for Acquisition, Requirements, Rehearsal, and Training (SMARRT) as a key R&D activity for enabling the development of future force concepts and identifying future capabilities.

(2004,
issue 5)
INGAR MOEN and DR ORRICK WHITE

Compatibility studies between the network and its human operators are critical.

(2004,
issue 4)
INGAR MOEN, HAROLD STOCKER

The Legal & Ethical Debate Rages On

(2004,
issue 3)
INGAR MOEN

The Defence R&D Canada Tiger Team Analysis of Transformation Implications tackled this challenge in its technical report, Transformation Concepts and Technologies.

(2004,
issue 2)
INGAR MOEN and Dr JOHN BOVENKAMP

A key concept for military transformation and future ops of the new security ­environment.

(2004,
issue 1)
INGAR MOEN, HAROLD STOCKER

The future military is likely to include a collaborating, inter­operable mix of humans and technologically smart entities, called Autonomous Intelligent Systems.