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surveillance and reconnaissance

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The French Defence Procurement Agency (DGA) has selected the Spy'Ranger mini surveillance and reconnaissance UAV to equip the French forces. Up to 70 mini-UAV reconnaissance...
unmanned aerial vehicles

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One of the most significant trademarks of recent years regarding communication is the incredible overflow of information and data. From this large mass, people...
biodegradable ammunition

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  The US Army has sought proposals for biodegradable ammunition to be used for training purposes, in order to eliminate environmental hazards. Currently, the US Army...
robotic capabilities

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Russia is upgrading its weapon systems with robotic capabilities. Advanced robotic systems would be installed on unmanned aerial vehicles to be used by Russia's...
weapon

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  By Arie Egozi Armed forces around the world are looking more and more for weapons "packages" that will provide them with combined capabilities. This demand allows...
emotion recognition

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Emotion recognition technologies can advance researchers’ ability to get deep insights into consumer behavior, but it seems that they could also be applied to...
big data

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Big data processing and in-depth intelligent learning have penetrated into every aspect of life. Big data means the exponentially increasing amount of digital information...
body camera

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A new product in the body-cam market for police officers: VOXX Advanced Solutions Corporation (VASC), a subsidiary of VOXX International Corporation, announced recently the...
law enforcement

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New technologies offer law enforcement officers various personal security solutions. Safariland, a leader in the armor market, has picked Honeywell’s Spectra Shield and Gold...
surface to air missile

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India has offered to sell its home-made Akash Surface-to-air missile (SAM) systems to Vietnam, thereby elbowing into the Asian arms market. Akash is a...
drone cameras

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As drone cameras gain resolution and drone flight times grow longer, there is a growing need for simplifying data workflows and manage the huge...
facial recognition

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A new project aims to reduce the confidence score of facial detection and recognition by providing false faces that distract computer vision algorithms. A Berlin-based...
fiber optics

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A new program will develop temporary underwater fiber-optics communications networks to ensure connectivity when tactical networks are unavailable. DARPA’s Tactical Undersea Network Architecture (TUNA)...
vehicle ramming attacks

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A terrorist attack carried out by a lorry driver ramming into the crowd is very hard to prevent, it can cause untold damage and...

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A visual data analytics platform was developed based on a technology that focuses on delivering real-time information for first responders. Davista Technologies is targeting law...
UAV in urban envrironment

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Deep reinforcement learning (an aspect of machine learning) was used to generate new development enabling the landing of a fixed wing UAV in urban...
terrorist attack

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By Arie Egozi “In a state where one can purchase almost any type of weapon just as you buy a hamburger, it has been reasonable...

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Radio-frequency identification (RFID) tags have begun appearing everywhere. When one looks carefully, it’s easy to notice them in passports, credit cards, library books, office...

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The 9/11 attacks are among the most well-known security threats, and they upended how we travel. To protect passengers and crews, airports have made...

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North Korea has recently developed a large stealth drone that can carry explosive devices and spread radioactive materials over South Korea, according to YonhapNews. "North...

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