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handgun

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The handgun chosen to be the U.S. Army's next-generation handgun can fire if dropped while loaded. Tests conducted by gun enthusiasts have confirmed the...
the philippines

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The Philippines armed forces are upgrading their unmanned aircraft fleet in order to be able to challenge current threats. Boeing subsidiary Insitu Inc. is...
warfighters

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A team of scientists and engineers, the members of the US Air Force Research Laboratory’s Flexible Materials and Processing Team, has been developing flexible...
mobile communication

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The iHLS Security Accelerator is home to many innovative and successful startups. ListenApp is one of the first startups that's participated in the accelerator...
unmanned aircraft

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The US has been conducting ground-based testing on a diesel engine for manned and unmanned aircraft. The US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) Advanced...
police

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In an attempt to lower the crime and murder rates, police officers in Chicago have arrived at a unique solution - using a computer...
defense industries

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What are the latest developments in the global defense industries and where are the Israeli companies ranked? Defensenews.com listed the top 100 defense companies...
augmented reality

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The US Military is attempting to create a realistic deployment simulation system. The Synthetic Training Environment (STE), an immersive augmented reality system, is designed...
Israeli-made

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By Arie Egozi This was the U.S demand even before the Trump era and the downturn it had brought to the Washington-Moscow relations. Washington has objected...
nuclear terrorism

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The challenge of nuclear terrorism has become a threat that requires new and innovative technologies. A team formed by, among the rest, scientists at...
airport security tactics

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The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently released a video claiming to provide an inside look at airport security tactics - how the agency...
small UASs

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Countering small UASs (unmanned aerial systems) to help protect warfighters has become a growing need recognized by the US defense administration. DARPA (Defense Advanced...
police officers

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Over the last several years, the number of ambushes on police officers in the US has increased dramatically. One of the vulnerabilities threatening officers’...
submarines

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The US Navy’s accelerated integration plan of new commercial hardware and software into its submarine fleet is suited for the technologies woven into the...
north korea

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By Arie Egozi The US has only a few options at the still verbal conflict with North Korea. In the aftermath of Obama’s eight-year presidency,...
communications technologies

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A couple of noteworthy communications technologies were recently examined by a first responder agency that evaluated them for public safety use. The US Department of...
facial recognition

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The facial recognition market size is estimated to grow from $3.35 billion in 2016 to $6.84 billion by 2021, according to MarketandMarkets. In the...
UAVs

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Optical sensors mounted on UAVs and drones can serve a vast array of space missions. However, their size and weight sometimes hinder the use...
wearable sensors

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The immediate monitoring of environmental and personal factors can be critical for first responders and soldiers in many emergency cases. Various wearable sensors can...
training and simulation

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The trend toward live, virtual, constructive or mixed-reality training is rising and raising investment and innovation in the United States Department of Defense (DoD)...
cybersecurity platform

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Recent cyber attacks have increased awareness security on the net. The cyber security market is one of the fastest growing industries in the past...
asymmetric warfare

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The US defense R&D establishment has been seeking new ways to preserve the American advantage in asymmetric warfare. DARPA’s Strategic Technology Office (STO) unveiled...

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