BAE Systems unveils fascinating new concept aircraft that transform, self-heal, can 3D-print UAVs, and have concentrated laser beams to disable enemy missiles.
The engine of a BAe-146 jet flying in Australia starts spouting flames soon after takeoff. Who wouldn't want to get some footage of that?
BAE Systems uses 3D printing to build protective parts for cockpit radios and take-off shafts.
Soldiers could soon be wearing an antenna woven into the fabric of their uniform -- attached to a smart phone.
The new stealth "superdrone" from BAE Systems will get its maiden flight at the Woomera test range in South Australia.
The British Army could disappear in the next five years -- and not because of defence cuts. Backroom boffins at BAE Systems plan to use e-ink, the technology inside the humble ebook reader, to turn tanks invisible.
BAE Systems' unmanned aircraft aims to persuade regulators that UAVs are safe to be flown in the U.K.
Defense firm BAE Systems reckons the technology will be the size of a coin -- but it isn't quite ready to fit in your phone just yet.
British boffins at BAE are testing Navsop, a navigation system that uses signals from mobile phones, TV and Wi-Fi.
The Office of Naval Research is evaluating railgun prototypes from BAE Systems and General Atomics. One test has just been completed, and another will take place in April.