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Unmanned technology was put to the test in surveillance and reconnaissance operations at this year's Exercise Forging Sabre.
When COVID-19 broke out in Singapore's migrant worker dormitories last year, the Defence Technology Community was tasked to help contain the outbreak.
Ms Gayle Chan, DSTA's Deputy Chief Executive (Information), has earned a spot on the Singapore (SG) 100 Women in Tech 2021 list.
It's the SAF's first integrated exercise since the COVID-19 pandemic, and land and air forces came together seamlessly to put their interoperability to the test.
As the Temasek Defence Systems Institute (TDSI) celebrates its 20th anniversary, here's a look at how it has contributed to the defence sector.
The Next-Generation Army will have better sense and strike capabilities that allow it to see better and shoot faster.
Fast and convenient driverless shuttles are on trial in some SAF camps to transport logistical supplies and personnel.
The A330 MRTT aircraft extends the endurance of RSAF's planes through its AAR capability and can be configured to support medical evacuation missions.
The upcoming Maritime Security Unmanned Surface Vessel (USV) will provide the Navy with a persistent presence at sea using less manpower.
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