US military working on electronics that can vapourize on command in battlefield
The US military is reportedly working on electronics that could be vaporized on command.
Washington: The US military is reportedly working on electronics that could be vaporized on command.
The BAE Systems Advanced Technologies has been awarded a 4.5 million dollars contract to create a host of futuristic gadgets that could potentially provide a solution to loss of sensitive tech on the battlefield.
According to Washington Times, the agency has argued that when sensitive technology gets lost on the battlefield, it`s only a matter of time it lands in the enemy`s hands.
The agency, therefore, hopes to develop electronics that are capable of `physically disappearing in a controlled, triggerable manner`.