Part two of our three part series on the 2018 Winter Olympics and the technologies used by warfighters and athletes in cold weather.
Series: The HDIAC Podcast
The HDIAC Podcast features discussions with Subject Matter Experts on emerging topics in the fields of Alternative energy, Biometrics, CBRN Defense, Cultural Studies, Critical Infrastructure Protection, Homeland Defense & Security, Medical, and Weapons of Mass Destruction. Training, One-on-one, and round-table discussions are held to provide insight into highly technical topics and increase user awareness.
Part one of our three part series on the 2018 Winter Olympics and the technologies used by warfighters and athletes in cold weather.
The flu outbreak has been widespread this year, affecting most of the United States. The Department of Defense plays a crucial role in flu mitigation and response.
Cyber attacks can have a big impact on Critical Infrastructure. New mitigation techniques are being employed to combat the threat.
Exoskeletons can improve the warfighter’s physical strength, prevent injury, reduce metabolic costs and more. The potential military applications are expansive.
HDIAC’s Technology Scout, Matt Sanderson, discusses the importance of nutrition and supplementation for the warfighter.
What if it was possible to become almost invisible to the enemy? HDIAC’s Technology Scout, Matt Sanderson, discusses the potential applications of Passive Dynamic Cloaking in a military setting.
The recent tragedies caused by hurricane Harvey in Southeast Texas and Louisiana highlight the DoD’s critical role in assisting with disaster response and relief efforts. DoD continues to work with researchers and industry partners to determine how advancements in military technologies–ranging from unmanned aerial vehicles to wireless sensor networks–can not only help protect critical infrastructure…
On Monday, August 21, a total solar eclipse will take place on the United States mainland. Join HDIAC Tech Scout Matt Sanderson as he discusses the history and impacts of solar eclipses and their impact on Department of Defense installations.
While the threat posed by a conventional terrorist attack (suicide bomb, active shooter, etc.) is still significant, the risk a bad actor takes in carrying out an attack is also significant. However, the risks a bad actor takes in exploiting the IoT is significantly lower than the risk associated with conventional terrorist attacks. This is…