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Navy Adopts Off-the-Shelf Shipboard Download Manager Tool

The U.S. Navy's Naval Information Warfare Systems Command has implemented commercial off-the-shelf software that works to automatically download files from a website built to help fleet personnel access product support data, technical documents and other tools used to sustain information warfare systems.

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Navy Develops Autonomous System for UAS Tracking

Scientific and technical personnel from Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division have created technology designed to identify and track unmanned aerial systems autonomously. The autonomous UAS detection system, known as the Threat Tracker, uses sensors, 3D radars, machine learning algorithms and unique features to function, Naval Sea Systems Command said Sunday.

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Navy Installs Counter-UAS Tech on Guided Missile Destroyer Ship

The U.S. Navy has installed a new laser weapon system aboard USS Dewey during dry-docking selected restricted availability work on the Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer. A team of subject matter experts at the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren Division, built and tested the Optical Dazzling Interdictor Navy to help the naval surface force counter unmanned aerial vehicle threats, the service branch said Thursday.

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