CBRNE

CBRNE

biological

In an essay published by the Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI), retired Major Gen. Julie Benz discusses the Coronavirus, pointing out that lessons learned from...

Chemical and biological materials pose a threat to urban environments, whether spread maliciously or accidentally. The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and...
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The ability to recover assets after a chemical agent attack and rapidly resume normal operations is a military priority. An innovative coating that can...
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Innovative sensing and remote operation are required by the UK defense establishment. The technology of telexistence enables a person to have a real-time sensation...
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The US Department of Homeland Security has exposed the areas of interest it plans to advance next year with small business partners. A request...
chemical

Tools that see and sense harmful Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) substances are important for alerting military troops before anyone is hurt. The...

The global radiation detection, monitoring and safety market size was estimated at $3,981.78 million in 2020 and expected to reach $4,317.05 million in 2021,...
first response in disaster

Pressure has ramped up globally for better biosafety and security over the backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic. Its impact could inspire “bad actors” to...

Wearable technology promises to make significant changes to how soldiers report information. Today, units in the field must call in everything, filing verbal reports...

fire porNew military uniform nanocoatings can add fire and UV-light protection and chemical recognition capabilities to uniforms. In a NATO-funded research, Jaime Grunlan, from the...
biological

For a number of years Dstl – the UK Defence Science and Technology Laboratory  – has been researching the potential of using autonomy and...

Integrated machine learning platforms can significantly reduce time, redundancy, cost, and improve the accuracy in detecting threats such as explosives, chemical agents, and narcotics. The...
detection device

US military troops typically rely on mostly large devices and alarms that scan a wide area for chemicals and alert entire units of a...

Current portable radiation detectors are fragile, bulky and expensive. A research team from the University of Texas at Dallas developed a cheaper and more...
laser detection

South Korea has been improving its laser weapons capabilities as a defensive measure against space-based nuclear or intercontinental ballistic missiles and nuclear weapons. The country’s...

Drones will carry out radiological measurements. The nuclear sector can now rely upon the assistance of unmanned aircraft to carry out radiological measurements without...

A drone-based micro-sensor technology will identify explosives from the air. Professor Otto Gregory of the College of Engineering at the University of Rhode Island...
location platform

The detection, recording, and identification of chemicals, drugs, and biological molecules often requires cumbersome devices. Now, an ordinary cell phone can detect hazardous materials. Cell...
detection device

The US DoD is investing in new sensors and networks that would alert authorities to chemical, biological, and explosives threats. Military researchers are turning...
hazardous materials

The cumbersome protective equipment used by troops and first responders dealing with hazardous materials often hinders the rapid accomplishment of missions. A new development...
covid protecton equipment

Shifting from the development of protection against hazardous materials to improving the equipment of COVID-19 teams. Wearing COVID-19 personal protective equipment is cumbersome. A...

Drones can prevent the exposure of people to radiation. UAV-based technologies will be crucial for advancing radiation monitoring, including enhancing the application of environmental...