It’s well documented that UK companies export surveillance technology to democracies and authoritarian regimes. But the UK government is much closer to these companies than the public may realize.
Over a dozen UK companies have been granted licenses to export telecommunications interception technology such as IMSI-catchers since early 2015.
Researchers at BAE Systems claim to have found malware linked to the recent digital bank job in Bangladesh.
And a Royal Navy ship was the floating sales office for an arms-trade party.
Sophisticated technologies may optimise a soldier’s situational awareness, and ply him or her with information.
There's a revolving door between the US army and the companies paid multi-million dollar contracts to support drone warfare.
The new disclosures will fuel concerns over the level of British involvement in the Saudi Arabia-led bombing campaign that has killed more than 1,500 civilians in Yemen.
Soldiers will be able to see targets through their weapon sight without actually raising it to their eyes.
Aerospace company BAE Systems made some concepts for aircraft in 2040, and they're a futurist's dream.