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control drones

The quality and precision of drone flying depend to a large extent on the controller system. A first-of-its-kind single-handed controller can now increase flight...
tiny bots

From conducting reconnaissance in advance of missions through to searching for survivors in collapsed, unstable buildings in humanitarian operations, the potential on future bee-sized...
drone swarms

The U.S. Military has been facing the threat of drones, including commercially available ones, capable of spying on and attacking U.S. forces. The threat...
encryption

Military communications can be targeted by enemy forces operations in an attempt to learn about intentions and gain superiority at the battlefield this way....
big data

Ground-breaking research recently used big data analysis and machine learning to develop a model in order to predict the development of pressure injuries among...
uav operator

In the growing marketplace of UAV operators, there is a need for high standards of safety and professionalism. A new certification program available to...

Representatives from government, industry, and research centers from Israel and many other nations will meet at Israel’s Seventh International Conference and Exhibition on Air...
fortnight gaming

Schools and campuses in the US have been target to a large number of violent attacks. First responders and educators now have a new,...
hybrid uav

The launching and recovery of aircraft from and back to ships is usually constrained by space.  A new hybrid quadrotor (HQ) UAV platform with...
exoskeleton

Military scientists in the U.S. are working on the development of new exoskeletons to fit onto soldiers in combat, attempting to find the ultimate...
counter-drone

Given the recent drone attack on the Venezuelan president and the high profile mailbomb terrorist attacks in the United States, a new counter-drone jamming...
friendly fire

During training and even operational missions, an unfortunately common occurrence among troops is death by friendly fire. The situation is even more difficult for...
pilot

An off-the-shelf commercial helicopter was recently modified to fly itself in typical military missions, including supply runs, medevac, and reconnaissance. The long-term goal: Design...
drone parachute

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) currently doesn’t allow small (less than 55 pounds) commercial unmanned aircraft flights over people for fear the craft...
speech recognition

When police officers are busy entering incident reports into their patrol car laptop, they often face severe challenges such as decreased situational awareness, distraction...
missile

An independent Israeli researcher has discovered that certain types of military radars can be detected from space, realizing that radar waves generated by the...
gun

Soldiers equipped with a variety of attachments to their M4s and M16s, such as aim lasers and night vision scopes, more often than not...

A development by a US-based Israeli company was successfully applied by first responder teams during the recent Hurricane Michael events in Florida. The platform...
propulsion system

Most drones are small in size, typically large enough to serve as cool cameras or occasionally deliver packages. The US military wants to be...
Iran

Last weekend, Iran publicized its decision to start mass-producing a new fighter aircraft. This will be the fourth or fifth version of the aircraft,...
satellite

U.S. military researchers are looking to develop a constellation of small, secure, and affordable military satellites that not only are able to operate in...
UAV

As part of a multi-million dollar contract, the U.S. Air Force placed an order for new counter-unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) radar technology. Electronic-scanning (e-scan) radars...

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