In this interview, NSTXL President & Founder Tim Greeff sits down the the Honorable Heidi Shyu, Chief Technology Officer for the Under Secretary of Defense for Research and Engineering (USD(R&E)). In this conversation, Tim and Ms. Shyu discuss her background, as well as the current DoD effort to re-onshore microelectronics ►
The cost of a space launch can vary depending on many factors, including the payload weight, destination and type of rocket used. In recent times, the average cost of a single space launch can range from tens of millions to hundreds of millions of dollars.
SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket launches have ►
Throughout the last ten years, I have had the privilege to lead NSTXL as CEO and serve on the Board of Directors. After thorough consideration, I have decided to transition from the role of Chief Executive Officer to President.
Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicles (UCAVs), commonly known as drones, have risen in popularity due to their utility and affordability. They represent a shift in the way our military operates, offering a safer alternative to manned combat aircraft with similar capabilities.
With recent advancements in UCAV development, the ►
The second annual Space Mobility Conference unfolded in collaboration with the U.S. Space Force and Space Systems Command, addressing pivotal challenges and opportunities within the dynamic space domain. The event brought together commercial industry executives and government officials to dissect the intersection of commercial innovation and government demand, focusing ►
Jan 23, 2024 – Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (NSWC Crane) with The Department of Defense’s Office of Industrial Base Policy as the sponsor, through its Manufacturing Capability Expansion and Investment Prioritization (MCEIP) office, has awarded the Enterprise Parts Management System (EPMS) prototype to two Non-Traditional Contractors (NTDCs): JRC ►
Additive manufacturing, often referred to as 3D printing, is rewriting the rules of mass production, from intricate prototypes to complex, fully functional end-products. As the US Navy moves forward with its vision of producing three submarines per year, additive manufacturing stands out as a critical enabler.
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To run and complete their tasks effectively, most of our military assets use electronics to communicate with one another, but unfortunately, enemy forces know this and will take advantage of it in modern warfare.
To stay in play and ensure protection, we must employ Electronic Countermeasures (ECM), a vital technology for ►
The world is constantly developing the efficiency of its military assets, and to maintain a strategic edge, it is vital to continue pushing advancements in military mobility. Hybrid electric technologies are being integrated to enhance our military mobility and have become a game-changer in enhancing the mobility, agility, and ►
President Biden has signed a defense spending bill as part of the National Defense Authorization Act for fiscal year 2024, amounting to $841.4 billion.