Surveillance

Surveillance

security robot

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A new security robot has a drone that it can send after intruders and get an aerial view of the situation. The 176-pound golf-cart-sized...
body cameras

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A new version of a law enforcement body camera will provide police officers with a better way to capture unbiased, tamper-proof video in nearly...
sensor

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A US Navy drone will soon operate an advanced sensor giving it increased ability to detect and destroy enemy mines and submarines from a...
special forces

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Russia’s military is often seen as a bit backward compared to NATO allies and the U.S. — with dated equipment, low budgets, and problematic...
mobile mapping system

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Geographical mobile mapping systems have become an important component of unmanned aerial vehicles. Together with heavy-payload, low-cost drones and the opening of the civil...
navy

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The US Navy plays a crucial role in keeping America and its interests abroad safe. For Navy Assistant Deputy Chief of Information Warfare, Mark...
intelligence

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The new version of Lockheed Martin’s Indago quadrotor now enables military customers to securely complete sensitive intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) missions.  TrellisWare Technologies...
surveillance systems

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The UK Ministry of Defense has been upgrading its surveillance systems. Excelitas Technologies company Qioptiq has received a $100m surveillance and target acquisition contract...
Russian eyes over Syria

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By Arie Egozi The US cruise missiles attack on a Syrian base some weeks ago prompted Moscow to enhance its capability to see what is...
reconnaissance satellite

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SpaceX took on a bold new challenge recently, launching a “classified spacecraft payload” for the United States’ National Reconnaissance Office for the first time. The...
video analytics

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A new Video IoT Platform was recently launched by Gorilla Technology at the 2017 International Security Conference (ISC West) in Las Vegas. The Internet...
defense capabilities

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South Korea has been upgrading its defense capabilities in several fields. Seoul is reserving $218 million from its revised mid-term defense plan on cybersecurity...
anti-drone

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Anti-drone surveillance systems will protect sensitive Swiss government infrastructure. Rheinmetall AG has won two important orders for protecting the central prison in Lenzburg and...
data fusion

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The large amount of data streamed from a wide variety of sensors has been a challenge to the data fusion research community.  Weapons developers...
navy

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The U.S. Navy’s MQ-4C Triton, built by Northrop Grumman Corporation, has completed formal lab testing and a successful first flight of an improved software...
cell phone surveillance

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) for the first time is publicly confirming it uses cell phone surveillance devices in investigations across Canada. RCMP...
License Plate Readers

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Automated License Plate Readers (ALPRs) are probably the most common mass surveillance technology in use by law enforcement agencies. But they're not always used...
targeting pod

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By Arie Egozi Until 20 years ago, targeting pods on fighter aircraft were considered as the privilege of air forces serving in countries with extensive...
Video IoT Platform

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A new Video IoT Platform for security and commercial uses has been released recently by Gorilla Technology, a global provider of video intelligence and...
nano-UAV

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A new version of a military nano-UAV has been under development. FLIR's Prox Dynamics unit is in the process of developing a new version...
security

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A new security solution for public safety in crowded spaces and airports presents a rapid screening rate. Digital Barriers, a company specializing in provision...
surveillance pod

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  Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and Elbit Systems have signed a $200 million contract with a customer in Asia. Under the new contract, the two...

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