28 Jan '13, 7pm

electronics

This Web Feature Will Disappear in 5 Seconds January 28, 2013 New DARPA program seeks performers for transient electronics demonstration The sophisticated electronics used by warfighters in everything from radios, remote sensors and even phones can now be made at such a low cost that they are pervasive throughout the battlefield. These electronics have become necessary for operations, but it is almost impossible to track and recover every device. At the end of operations, these electronics are often found scattered across the battlefield and might be captured by the enemy and repurposed or studied to compromise DoD’s strategic technological advantage. What if these electronics simply disappeared when no longer needed? DARPA announces the Vanishing Programmable Resources (VAPR) program with the aim of revolutionizing the state of the art in transient electronics or electron...

Full article: http://www.darpa.mil/NewsEvents/Releases/2013/01/28.aspx

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