Anti-swarm surveillance, next-generation tiltrotors, and automatic shoot-back on Rapid Fire

NASHUA, N.H., 11 June 2014. Anti-swarm surround surveillance for Navy surface ships, the next-generation tiltrotor aircraft, and Army vehicles that can automatically return fire highlight this week's Rapid Fire interview with John Keller and Ernesto Burden of Military & Aerospace Electronics.

Anti-swarm surveillance, next-generation tiltrotors, and automatic shoot-back on Rapid Fire
Anti-swarm surveillance, next-generation tiltrotors, and automatic shoot-back on Rapid Fire

NASHUA, N.H., 11 June 2014. Anti-swarm surround surveillance for Navy surface ships, the next-generation tiltrotor aircraft, and Army vehicles that can automatically return fire highlight this week's Rapid Fire interview with John Keller and Ernesto Burden of Military & Aerospace Electronics.

Each week the Military & Aerospace Electronics exclusive Rapid Fire interview at Google Hangouts highlights and discusses the top three stories of this week, chosen by John Keller, chief editor of Military & Aerospace Electronics.

Readers can see the top three stories for Rapid Fire this week online. Click on the headlines below for details and complete stories.

Navy considers 360-degree multispectral persistent surveillance for surface ship defense

Aurora Flight Sciences joins Sikorsky in next phase of project to design new tiltrotor

Army wants vehicle-protection systems that detect incoming enemy fire and shoot back automatically

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