DIY warriors operating from garages with soldering irons are outmaneuvering Russia's state giants in the technology arms race -- so far.
The new Ironclad robot that can remotely pound Russians with heavy machine gun fire is the latest example of Ukraine's tech-driven approach to warfare
This is one of the downsides to western companies outsourcing production to Asian countries with more lenient export controls
With a payload of 850kg, Ukraine's latest naval drones have already opened fire on Russian ships
The Ukrainian military confirms a 700-kilometer range indigenous missile. In early summer, Ukraine announced a new 1000-kilometer missile program.
From AI spying systems to ground drones, Ukraine is revealing the power of grassroots innovation against Russia's top-down military behemoth, with agile defense tech startups tailored to the war's realities.
The lightweight cloak blocks body heat emission, rendering troops invisible to thermal imaging devices. The new cloaking technology was developed by Brave1, a Ukrainian startup connecting innovators to the country's defense needs.
Ukrainian journalists' project Trap Agressor revealed it in its new investigation.
Costing a fraction of a battleship, Ukraine's drones have delivered a heavy blow to Russia's navy. Russia's $30 billion fleet now sits idle in port, evading Ukraine's cheap but potent unmanned naval siege.
The BRAVE1 cluster has received 412 project submissions, with 200 passing military review, highlighting its growing role in fortifying Ukraine's tech-driven defense strategy.
The company is best recognized around the world for producing Kalibr cruise missiles. It is a manufacturer of…
Development of the military-industrial complex has been a high priority for Russia ever since the Soviet times. Russia…
Originally published by Jamestown.org on November 9, 2020 From the earliest days of war in Ukraine’s eastern Donbas…