International Defense Industry Agenda 29 March - 04 April 2021

Indian space startup Agnikul Cosmos has become the world’s first company to successfully test a fully 3D printed rocket engine.

Japan and Indonesia have signed an agreement allowing the transfer of Japanese military equipment and technology to the Indonesian armed forces.

Chief technology officer of Turkish drone manufacturer Baykar Defense Selçuk Bayraktar was presented with "Karabakh Order" by the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan Ilham Aliyev

Morocco and the United Arab Emirates discussed ways to enhance their military cooperation.

U.S. based Boston Dynamics unveils Stretch: a new robot designed to move boxes in warehouses

Japan commissioned its 12th and final Soryu-class diesel-electric attack submarine.

The State of Qatar and the United Kingdom signed a memorandum of understanding aimed at expanding current partnership between both nation’s air forces.

The US Department of Defense awarded Microsoft a contract worth US$21.88 billion for new generation augmented reality headgear that enables soldiers to fight, rehearse and train in one system.

The Indian Air Force received three more Rafale fighter jets out of 36 ordered from France in September 2016.

According to a report by the Center for Iranian Studies (IRAM) which is based in Turkey it, the Tehran administration has seriously improved its operational cyberattack capabilities over the past 10 years.

U.S. based Foreign Policy magazine wrote that Turkish Armed unmanned aerial vehicles pushed the US army to develop new defense strategies.

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