Counter Terror

Counter Terror

coast guard

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The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Stratton is patrolling south of the Guatemala-El Salvador border, along the biggest narcotics smuggling corridor in the world, attempting...
emotion reading

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  An emotion reading technology might soon be used by police after a Russian firm recently created a tool that can identify people in a...
future forces

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Cutting-edge technological responses to the future warfare challenges will be the focus of the conference on Future Forces that will be hosted by iHLS...
airport security

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For air travelers, security checks are often the most stressful part of the airport experience. Even for seasoned passengers, changing security rules and technology...
improvised threat

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  The easy access to low-cost, sophisticated technology enables hostile elements to deploy a diverse and ever-evolving range of improvised threats, such as improvised explosive...
airport security

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  Analogic Corporation recently announced the Middle East debut of ConneCT. It is designed to improve airport security, lower airport screening costs, and increase passenger...
Drone’s Traveling Abilities

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Consumer drone company DJI has created a broad no-fly zone over nearly all of Iraq and Syria, an apparent attempt to prevent ISIS from...
security

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An advanced baggage screening array will be installed at the new airport in Istanbul, Turkey. L3 Security and Detection Systems, a provider of security...
DARPA

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Although the U.S. military has already deployed the power of biology and nature before, e.g. the Navy trains dolphins to detect underwater mines, the...
imposter detection

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Imposter detection - verifying the identity of every single person entering the United States is a vital step in halting human trafficking, drug trafficking,...
securing mass crowd

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When thousands of football fans enter Cardiff' Stadium on June 3 to watch the UEFA Champions League final, few will be aware that their...
special operations

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The U.S. Special Operations Command (SOCOM) - office of Science and Technology strives to deliver game-changing technology to enable US warfighters to have an...
weaponized drones

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Weaponized drones represent a future for policing — and could be a necessary option in moments when lives are at stake, as some lawmakers...
policemen vests

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  A group of bioengineering students from Vanderbilt University in Tennessee has found a way to leverage technology to protect police officers nationwide. Their quest started...
small UASs

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Small UASs pose danger to the military, government agencies, officials and assets. The US military has considered to train its soldiers with DroneDefender, a...
anti-terror

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The Australian police have been trying to target would-be ­extremists before they conduct a terrorist attack, with the formation of the Fixated Persons Investigations...
drones

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  With terrorists, militant groups, and other opponents increasingly employing weaponized drones, the U.S. Army is becoming increasingly aware of the dangers drones pose. In...
face recognition

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A new airport security platform was announced by the face recognition provider FaceFirst. Using unique feature recognition capabilities, the new Guardian platform identifies visitors...
special forces

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More than a year after the U.S. Department of Defense repealed a longtime ban on women serving in ground combat assignments, relatively few have...
uav

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Operating as a team, an autonomous vehicle with an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) flying overhead as surveillance could go deep into complex and unfamiliar...

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