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drone detection

Illegal drone flights are a growing problem for airports, utilities and factories. London Heathrow Airport has recently deployed a new system aimed at preventing...
unmanned minehunting

Unmanned minehunting technologies are gaining momentum, and the transition to the widespread use of autonomous systems in mine countermeasures is becoming a reality in...
miniaturized radar system

In the future, enemy radars are likely to use technologies and software to make it harder to identify their signals and locate their source....
counter drone tech

Drones are difficult to detect and identify from the cockpit of an aircraft. Security agencies in the UK have been concerned about the increasing...

“Terrorists have targeted airports on several occasions and are actively seeking suitable weaknesses in the global aviation system,” said the UK Department for Transport’s...
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Delivering supplies to the front line is dangerous and often relies on manual delivery through troops moving backwards and forwards under fire. US and...
London combating knife crime

A new technology has been developed to detect hidden weapons and police officers in London have recently began using the technology. As part of the...
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Much like the fingerprint database, a new biometric database will be used to match against potential suspects’ voice recordings from crime scenes. Britain’s National...
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Facebook wants to improve its automatic image detection systems in order to be able to immediately remove violence contents and increase security. The social...
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Digital assistants have become ubiquitous in civilian life with homeowners using systems such as Amazon’s Alexa or Google Home to access information by “conversing”...
CCTV cameras

Despite privacy concerns, CCTV surveillance cameras with face scanning technology has been approved to be installed in some of London’s more populated shopping and...
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Soon, bomb making materials will be identified in just 30 seconds. A method to scan for and identify a wide range of bomb-making materials...
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New scanners will make traveling through UK’s airports more secure and simple. Currently, passengers taking liquid in their cabin baggage are restricted to containers...
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The authority that oversees search and rescue operations in the UK, the Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) plans to assess the potential use of...
from Boatstopping Youtube

A new boat stopping technology brings to a quick and safe halt vessels whose maneuvers  arouse suspicions about their intent. The new family of...
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Amid concerns over Russia’s alleged efforts to develop capabilities “to track, assess and disrupt undersea communication cables,” the UK has banned transfer of sub...
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Search and rescue services in the UK are constantly seeking for new ways to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of their services whilst reducing...
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While the debate continues in many countries regarding the privacy concerns of facial recognition technologies, new technology provides facial recognition system that has been...

As part of a 36 million pound contract, the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defense has purchased T7 Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Robots from L3Harris...
unmanned fighter jet

  The United Kingdom’s Defense Science and Technology Laboratory (DSTL) has announced plans to work with the UK’s Royal Air Force’s Rapid Capabilities Office to...
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Small boats used by terrorists or pirates and even armies can pose a major threat, and being able to confront them is vital for...
laser weapons

The UK Ministry of Defense is looking to develop cutting-edge laser and radio frequency weapons which have the potential to revolutionize the battlefield.  The Directed...

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