Geo-politics

Geo-politics

military coping with coronavirus

More than 22 million people have been affected by healthcare data breaches in 2021 so far — a jump of about 185% from the...

Aircraft maintenance requires a considerable amount of data shared by many stakeholders. Google Cloud will help the US Air Force optimize maintenance readiness, increase...
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Cryptocurrency can be difficult to track, making it a popular tool for money laundering and other illicit activity. As cryptocurrency technology advances and becomes...
mixed reality

The US Air Force has been putting a heavy emphasis on connectivity. For example, joint all-domain command and control, or JADC2, has been billed...
critical infrastructure

Protecting critical infrastructure from cyberattacks has become imperative in a world where cyberattacks have been targeting more and more electric grids, water, and energy...
first responders

In an emergency, having floor plans and other updated information about buildings and facilities can save first responders critical time. The US Air Force...

Japan’s authorities have been employing advanced technology in order to maintain security and prevent the spread of the coronavirus during the Olympic Games in...

The US Department of Homeland Security is looking for technology to support the development of officers’ skills in the use of force and de-escalation...

Russian Helicopters, a Rostec subsidiary, has unveiled the prototype of the newest version of an updated Ka-226T light chopper, "Alpinist", being developed for high...

The Pentagon-developed camera drones are more expensive and less capable than the Chinese-made ones that they were supposed to replace, according to an internal...

A new type of electric, fixed-wing drone has achieved a world record for time in the air using thrust. The drone is a next-generation...
biometrics

The use of live facial recognition (LFR) both in law enforcement and for other purposes is regulated, albeit controversial. Facial recognition technology clearly involves...

Drones can be useful in different applications, such as delivering and transporting goods, monitoring in different environments, or accessing places that are difficult to...
cybersecurity

The US Government is expanding its efforts to cope with the rising global threat of ransomware attacks during the last few years, targeting critical...
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HLS is proud to present the International Cyber, Homeland Security Technologies, and Innovation Conference and Exhibition: INNOTECH 2021. November 17-18, 2021 at EXPO Tel Aviv,...
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The UK will develop new systems that will allow missiles in flight to communicate with one another. The British Ministry of Defence is investing...

The Eurodrone program received a boost in the form of a €100 million (U.S. $118 million) grant from the European Union. The pan-European medium-altitude,...
underwater drone

A drone disguised as a manta ray will be used by British troops for military intelligence. The near undetectable drone will be deployed by...
AUS&R

A team of Florida State University (FSU) drone experts has been working at the site of the collapsed building in Surfside for already three...

The United States is evaluating unmanned maritime surveillance technology in support of Coast Guard efforts to protect its maritime borders and commercially navigable waterways.  The...

It takes a C-17 cargo aircraft 12 hours to make the trip from California to Okinawa, Japan; a rocket could do it in 30...

By Arie Egozi Israeli company Asio Technologies is offering its unique drone navigation system to some operators of military and civil drone fleets around the...