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Unmanned Systems & Robotics

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MIT’s Super Mini Cheetah is small, cute, inexpensive, and somewhat comical with its stuffed animal head. It’s capable of walking, jumping, running, and turning,...
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A fleet of trucks drove across Europe at the beginning of April. This wouldn’t be frontpage news if it weren’t for the fact that...

ISIS, ISIL, Islamic State

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The U.S.-led coalition’s air strike have crippled the ISIS oil-smuggling-based economy, forcing the organization to rely on fish farming and car dealing as alternative...

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ISIS is naming prominent western Muslim leaders in a so-called “kill list,” In Homeland Security reports. The list names 21 Muslim leaders whom ISIS...

INTERNET OF THINGS (IOT)

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The Internet of Things (Iot) is set to greatly expand government surveillance capabilities, according to the US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper. “In...

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Stefanini, one of the most important global providers of business solutions technology, plans to create a joint venture in Brazil with one of the...

FUTURE FORCES

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We all know tanks, more or less. At least, we all know what they are for: Advancing headlong into the enemy’s territory and winning...

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DuPont Protection Solutions has unveiled a new game-changing technology to help better protect firefighters – DuPont Nomex Nano for thermal liners in turnout gear...

Air & Missile Defense

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By ARIE EGOZI Times have changed and systems that in the past were considered a "luxury" for air forces are now basic equipment. Until ten years...

3D PRINTING

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In a world-first, MIT has 3D printed robots: solids, liquids, hydraulics, and all. This impressive success could hasten the age of affordable robotics, as...

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Having the right tool for the right job is about half the recipe for success. Unfortunately, having the right tool at the right time...

Cyber

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The US Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is trying to take cyber defence to the next level with the help of some friendly...

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Satellite expert Roger McKinley warns that “we've become overdependent” on GPS, in an interview with Vox. The former president of the Royal Institute of...

Security

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During Operation Protective Edge in 2014, the Israeli military uncovered and destroyed 32 cross-border tunnels beneath Gaza, reaching into Israeli territory. Many of them,...

New Products

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Facebook has a major ambition: connecting everyone on the planet. To achieve this goal, the company is working on new approaches to ground-based communications...
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Hitachi has introduced the third generation of its humanoid robot. Meet EMIEW3. The first EMIEW came into the world back in 2005, with its...

Surveillance

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The FBI possesses the ability to activate cameras on computers around the world, and has been doing it for years, revealed Marcus Thomas, a...

IHLS TV

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By Arie Egozi Unmanned air vehicles (UAV) systems carrier? Well, not in the near future but while until some years ago, the idea would have...

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India is putting unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to good use for an ambitious project. Indian Railway has been using UAVs to inspect the construction...

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Everything here is exaggerated, moving from one extreme to the other. After it was revealed that there are still tunnels being dug from Gaza,...

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"Seoul is aware that North Korea is prepared to launch a ballistic missile at anytime,” a South Korean military official says. And so it may...

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By ARIE EGOZI Will a dual use weapon system appeal to foreign customers of the Israeli defence industries? The industries hope that it does and can...

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To our readers, partners, and friends in Israel and the world: Happy Passover! This holiday we can look forwards with pride. iHLS has become in little...

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Elbit Systems announced today that its Australian subsidiary, Elbit Systems of Australia (ELSA), was awarded a contract in an amount of approximately US$30 million...

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A new global forecast predicts that the market for perimeter intrusion detection systems will grow from its $2.36bn last year to $3.37bn by 2020,...

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An American commission established to investigate the events that took place in the  9/11 terror attack interviewed hundreds of witnesses and compiled a report...

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Iran’s Defense Ministry announced recently that the country plans to produce the powerful explosive Octogen to boost the penetration and destructive power of missile...

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By Emily B. Landau, Shimon Stein* When Shultz, Perry, Kissinger, and Nunn published their op-eds on a world free of nuclear weapons in 2007 and 2008,...

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Boko Haram, Nigeria’s very own jihadi menace, has announced that it is willing to release the 219 schoolgirls it kidnapped two years ago for...

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Hamas in Gaza is preparing a new war. It seems the IDF has realized the mistakes made during operating Protective Edge and means this...

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The United Kingdom may be significantly cutting down its budget for border policing. This worrying trend was revealed by the British Labour Party, that...

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Cyber is the name of the game, and the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is sadly struggling to keep up with civilian competition....

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Border control has always been a critical issue, but the urgency is far more widely apparent since the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris and...

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A new torjan horse malware called USB Thief, which is virtually undetectable before and after penetrating the computer, was detected by ESET. The software...

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A high-ranking North Korean military intelligence official has defected, according to South Korean Officials. The as yet unnamed officer was a senior colonel in...

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The US National Security Agency (NSA) has a serious concern: quantum computing. Last year, the NSA warned the general public that encryption algorithms that...

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We’ve reported on the upgrades to the cybersecurity of Britain’s Trident nuclear deterrent, but the United Kingdom is stepping up its game in cyber-defence...

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IMI systems increases the US Army’s backlog. The U.S. Army has awarded IMI Systems a 5.7 million dollar contract to deliver decoy flares for...

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The United States is now engaged in its first ever official cyber war, according to US Secretary of Defence Ash Carter. The enemy? ISIS. “I...

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A weekly column by Avi Yariv, the accelerator manager. About a month ago we have decided to build the first-of-its-kind defense accelerator. Our motivation was...

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For the first time in the past 25 years, the US has deployed its B-52 bombers to the Middle East. The aircraft will operate in...

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The Pentagon is concerned with adversarial nations giving robots and advanced weapons systems the power to act of their own accord, said Deputy Defense...

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Invisio, a Swedish headset manufacturer, will be providing high-tech headsets to French security forces for the Euro 2016 football championship this summer. Invisio already...

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A Lockheed Martin-built Miniature Hit-to-Kill (MHTK) interceptor was successfully launched from a Multi-Mission Launcher (MML) in an engineering demonstration on April 4 at White...

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By Arie Egozi The government in Israel is responsible for citizens’ death on the road every passing day. This government, and mostly in this context,...

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Rafael is presenting ABS 4 - a crisis management team trainer system that allows the trainees to use a combination of Live Virtual and...
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The Washington Post reports on “what appears to be an Israeli-made suicide drone” filmed “flying over the disputed area of Nagorno-Karabakh,” area of historic...

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Britain’s Trident nuclear deterrent is getting a much needed upgrade to defend it from cyberattacks. Potential attacks by hackers from Russia, China, ISIS, or...

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On politicians with great ambitions and zero knowledge: Bernie Sanders celebrated last week his triumph over Hillary Clinton in the state of Wisconsin. The celebration...

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