DARPA: A Glimpse of All Tomorrow’s Weapons



CROSSHAIRS (Counter Rocket-Propelled Grenade and Shooter System with Highly Accurate Immediate Response) – This program aims to develop an all-in-one, vehicle-mounted , detection and weapons unit that will be able to locate enemy ambushers and snipers while moving or while stopped. It will also be designed with the capability to destroy incoming threats, such as rocket-propelled grenades and mortars, by firing directly on them using automated, radar guided weapons.

Given combat theatres such as Afghanistan and Iraq, where small, hit and run tactics such as roadside RPG attacks are common, this technology could potentially engender a substantial reduction in casualties and lost equipment.

ChemBots (Chemical Robots) -This program, the product of cooperation between DARPA and technical research institutions such as MIT and Harvard, is developing surveillance robots that are small, flexible, and that use material-chemistry technologies such as gel-solid transitions to physically alter their shape in order to manoeuvre through small, irregularly shaped openings in enemy perimeters.

Chembots would broaden the military’s ability to conduct surveillance in hostile spaces, assisting in covert operations and providing a boon to national intelligence, which would better inform policy decisions regarding suspected nuclear or WMD programs, for example.

Continue here: http://www.geopoliticalmonitor.com/darpa-a-glimpse-of-all-tomorrows-weapons-4758/


this will be our world..or our kids world..weapons so devious you cant even contemplate them being created..but they will be and are being built..right now..


~ by seeker401 on December 10, 2012.

One Response to “DARPA: A Glimpse of All Tomorrow’s Weapons”

  1. Reblogged this on Johnsono ne'Blog'as and commented:
    Žvilgsnis į rytojaus ginklus… http://www.geopoliticalmonitor.com/darpa-a-glimpse-of-all-tomorrows-weapons-4758/

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