Explosive Detection

Explosive Detection

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Security agents working in western airports are trained to detect all kinds of devices that could put a flight in jeopardy: from explosives disguised...

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Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have brought out a new tool in the fight against terrorism: bomb sniffing drones. The team took existing...

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A team of researchers from MIT and Princeton have built a new system for detecting chemicals used in explosive. The system is based on...

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As the terrorist attack on the Brussels airports and metro station clearly demonstrate, currently prevalent methods of explosive detection are severely lacking. While laser-based...

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One of the many unfortunate consequences of traditional armed warfare is that once the war is over, many dangers remain. Mines and unexploded ordnance...
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We’ve written about it before, but DARPA has finally confirmed the christening of its brand new autonomous submarine-hunting drone ship, agency directory Arati Prabhakar...

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When North Korea conducted its recent nuclear weapon test, the blast had been detected by a global seismic sensing network operated by the Preparatory...

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Weapon experts say that ISIS engineers have developed advanced new weapon systems capable of shooting down passenger jets, according to a report by Homeland...

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Arie Egozi Israeli security experts were not surprised by the news that writings in Arab were discovered on EasyJet airplanes. This disturbing event is being...

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The UEFA European Football Championship is one of the world’s most prestigious football tournaments, second only to the World Cup. The competition is held...

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In light of recent events in Paris and the growing of terror threats, occurring simultaneously with the waves of migration coming from conflict centers...

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Arie Egozi Is France closing the stable after the horses escaped? Basically yes, but that stable was so rickety that closing its gate wouldn’t have...

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Singapore’s Microfine Materials Technologies has won a defense prize for collaborating with DSO National Laboratories to design and build an unmanned underwater vessel that...

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The use of weapon near the Kafr Halab village earlier this month has raised concerns of Russia either using cluster munitions or providing them...

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Explosives pose a danger to innocent civilians in conflict areas, in airports, in mass events and more. However, bomb squads are risking their lives...
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For thousands of years man has been using animals for various needs - for food, for fighting, for company or more. Although a lot...

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The European Defense Agency (EDA) has hired the services of the Spanish company Indra to develop new forensic analysis laboratories for Counter-Improvised Explosive Devices...

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It is estimated there are 110 million landmines buried across the world, with the potential to kill and maim innocent men, women, and children...

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Morpho, through its subsidiary Morpho Detection, announced a contract assigned to its local partner Segtec by Mexico airport operator Grupo Aeroportuario del Sureste (ASUR)...
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Future Forces For HLS Future Forces 4 HLS   The upcoming conference for the HLS Future Forces is to be held on July 21st, bringing with...

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The Israeli X-Test company is working these days on a system that will train mice to find explosives at airport security checkpoints. The mice,...

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The National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) has recently conducted an experiment to improve the U.S. ability to recognise and identify low-yield underground nuclear explosions....

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