Integrating civilian and military technologies

an industry survey : an interim report from the CSIS Integrating Commercial and Military Technologies for National Strength Project
  • 53 Pages
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Center for Strategic & International Studies , Washington, D.C
Defense industries -- United States., Government contractors -- United States., Defense contracts -- United States., Research, Industrial -- United St


United St

StatementDebra van Opstal.
ContributionsCenter for Strategic and International Studies (Washington, D.C.)
LC ClassificationsHD9743.U6 V36 1993
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 53 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL862826M
ISBN 100892062223
LC Control Number95146228

Integrating Civilian and Military Industry The segregation of the defense and commercial economies is hurting both, and only government can break down the barriers to cooperation. The coming decade will present critical challenges to the military strength of the United States, and to its economy as well.

In defense, we can anticipate a reversal. Integrating civilian and military technologies: an industry survey: an interim report from the CSIS Integrating Commercial and Military Technologies for National Strength Project Author: Debra Van Opstal ; Center for Strategic and International Studies (Washington, D.C.).

Integrating civilian and military technological efforts is one way in which we may hope to expedite our journey towards self-reliance. Civil and Military Integration, CMI, as it.

Government officials and private sector executives have advocated the integration of the defense and commercial sectors (often termed civil-military integration or CMI).

The claimed benefits of CM I include cost savings, increased technology transfer, and an increase in the number of potential defense suppliers. At integration level of civil-military technology and industrial sectors, they are in the stages where they share common technology, processes, and special assets e.g.

wind tunnels, technological research centers and industry. An integrated industrial sector can be said if the goods or services of defense drawn from a source of the sameAuthor: Muradi Muradi. As China continues to implement the military-civilian integration strategy, an increasing number of military enterprises have been applying their cutting-edge technologies to manufacturing civilian products.

Once mysterious military technology has become a. Integrating military and civilian technologies will lead to more innovations and applications that can benefit both the military and society, said Lieutenant General Xin Yi.

Your Next Mission, by Lida D. Citroen. Your Next Mission is a branding guide for the military to civilian transition, Integrating civilian and military technologies book helps to clarify the job search process for veterans. The book includes interviews with business executives, transitioned veterans, and veteran advocates.

Due to deeper military-civilian integration, those technologies have been widely used in civilian areas, including major infrastructure projects, wind turbine blade, and affordable medical.

In Zhou's view, military-civilian integration in China is still at its primary stage. "In the first five to ten years, the priority will be applying military technologies in the civil field, since our military technologies are more advanced than civil technologies in many areas," he said.

China will promote the integration between military and civilian sectors in the defense technology industry, according to a circular issued by the State Council on Dec 4. Private capital will be allowed to join in the shareholding reform of defense industry companies, except for some companies in special fields, such as strategic weapons.

"Integration of military and civilian technologies is crucial in improving national defense and building a modern military," Xin said in a press conference.

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"It is also a powerful engine for facilitating scientific innovations and social economic development.". Books shelved as military-technology: Wired for War: The Robotics Revolution and Conflict in the 21st Century by P.W.

Singer, The Making of the Atomic Bo. A National Trauma Care System: Integrating Military & Civilian Trauma Systems Trauma is the leading cause of death in the United States for those 46 and under. If trauma care were optimal, hundreds or more lives of our military service members could.

Research on the Deep Development of Military and Civilian Integration in Mianyang Technological City The party after the 19th held large in China, China has entered a new era, from the domestic and international pattern, the depth of the development of military and civilian integration national strategy is the requirement of the new era, also Author: Jian Hu, Jingping Feng, Rong Hu.

Gansler, J. () Integrating Civilian and Military Industry: the Segregation of the Defense and Commercial Economies is Hurting Both, and Only Government Can Break Down the Barriers to Cooperation, Issues in Science and Technology, Vol.

5, Fall: Tarja Cronberg. Due to deeper military-civilian integration, these technologies are now widely used in civilian areas, including major infrastructure projects, wind turbine blades, and affordable medical.

Integrating civilian agencies in stability operations / Thomas S. Szayna [et al.]. Includes bibliographical references. ISBN (pbk.: alk. paper) 1. Integrated operations (Military science) 2. Interagency coordination—United States. Civil-military relations—United States. Postwar reconstruction—.

Commission for Integrated Military and Civilian Development [junmin ronghe fazhan weiyuanhui, 军民融合发展委员会], and how it offers a credible new path for resolving some of the most entrenched CMI obstacles. Broad Impetus for Civil-Military Integration China’s impetus for pursuing CMI as a core component of its PLA reforms.

MILITARY INTEGRATION TIMELINE The following information has been condensed and quoted from Morris J. MacGregor, Jr.’s book, Integration of the Armed Forces, The United States declares victory over Japan on Aug.

15, effectively ending World War II in which more thanAfrican-Americans served.

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In October, Army Lt. Size: 12KB. The prevalent segregated nature of the defence sector restricts the flow of product and process information and technology to the civilian side, and in some cases, the defence establishments themselves don’t have access to the full range of technology available in the civilian industry base.

The development of military technology has long been a major driving force of innovation that has also created high-tech products for civilian use.

diffusion of military technology”) and took a “dynamic” meaning (i.e. “development of technologies designed to fulfil both civilian and military needs”).

A “classic” definition of dual-use (or, at least, of how dual-use has been intended in the US) is offered by a US Department of Defense (DoD) report (see below)File Size: KB.

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Learn about the military's challenges with C4ISR Enterprise Integration, from a joint report by Booz Allen Hamilton and Market Connections, Inc.

More than half of survey respondents saw interoperability across military organizations as a problem that cannot be solved without the true integration and networking of C4ISR. They cited process and budget as the top challenges of.

The development of military technology has long been a major driving force of innovation that has also created high-tech products for civilian use.

Two years ago, Chinese President Xi Jinping launched a national strategy urging government departments and military authorities to make all-out efforts to boost civil-military integration. According to the Strategy, China will follow “the guiding principle of integrating military with civilian purposes and combining military efforts with civilian support.” In other words, China is seeking to “coordinate national defense development and economic development and deepen the integration of the military and civil sectors.”.

Forecasting change in military technology, in my earlier book, areas of defense-related technology, and then integrating these individual findings into Author: Michael E. O'hanlon. I bought several books to assist me on my way after a military career, and I took a bit from all of them to help me through the transition process.

This was helpful, but you'll need more than just one reference to work your way from the military to the civilian sector/5(14). In fact, military-civilian integration has made much progress.

The 13th Five-Year Plan () has laid out major projects, and 40 of them are related to military-civilian integration. This article presents a framework to assist military and civilian leaders to comprehensively meet counterinsurgency challenges.

(1) It consists of four sections. The first section provides elaboration on the comprehensive nature of counterinsurgency efforts and the concomitant imperatives for integrating military and civilian efforts. According to «The Science of Military Strategy», published by the Academy of Military Science inabout the operational use of cyberspace, «Regarding that it is hard to distinguish military activities from civilian ones, in cyberspace [we should] insist on combining peaceful and military use, integrating civilian and military use.

So. Civil–military relations is an interdisciplinary area of research, reflecting the work of political scientists, military, sociologists, and historians. History and culture, the constitution of the state and the statutes and practices arising therefrom, changes in the international security environment, technology, the character of conflict, and the changing concept of “soldier-hood” Cited by: 2.

The CCIMCD is a coordination body for the integration of civilian and military sectors and is staffed by members of the Politburo and the Standing Committee. The aim of the commission is to promote innovation for dual-use technologies and integrate civilian sector services into the PLA.