The world continues to watch Ukrainians defend the sovereignty of their motherland against the Russian aggressors to the death.

Although Russian offensives have a wide range of arsenals at their disposal, it’s clear as day how they have poorly assumed the abilities of the Ukrainian force, as well as its general population’s reception and protests—not to mention the strong support Ukraine has been receiving from the West.

Western allies, particularly the United States, on the other hand, had the opportunity to expand on their exploration of existing military technologies such as UAV drones, sophisticated combat jets, and guided missile launchers, giving this chance to further improve and simultaneously unmask Russia’s hidden arsenals and measuring its equipment power.

A lot of promising advanced armaments and machines surfaced even before the Russian-Ukraine war commenced earlier this year, and perhaps tons more were to come that would fill in the gaps assimilated from this modern war. And maybe it would pave the way and boost the rise of artificial intelligence on the future battlefield.

Below are the top three technological equipment that we think will be present on the battlefield in the next decade.

An enhanced backup communication system

SpaceX was in the midst of its European expansion for Starlink satellites when a Ukrainian government official requested the delivery of units days after the Russian invasion.

For a quick review, according to CEO Elon Musk, SpaceX’s Starlink promises a high-speed broadband internet connection to a wide range of people across the globe. Soon after getting funds from the Federal Communications Commission in late 2020, the company immediately worked double time on the production.

In a news report, Starlink has launched “more than 2,000 functional satellites orbiting overhead.” In addition, SpaceX said it is now offering services in 32 countries worldwide and is currently working to deliver backlogs to anticipating customers.