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arctic

Commercial shipping, tourism and cruise ship traffic to the Norwegian northern archipelago of Svalbard and the surrounding marine areas have all grown dramatically in...
vehicle

Automated license plate readers (ALPRs) are a specialized camera often mounted on police cars that can scan at speeds of up to 60 plates...
unmanned

A small unmanned helicopter drone will join NASA’s Mars 2020 rover mission. “Our next rover to Mars will carry the first helicopter ever to...
command center

Today's increasingly complex public safety situations call for new approaches that are built on integration and automation and are constantly evolving. A new platform...
endurance

The widespread use of small UAVs in both the military and industry has been limited to-date by the factor of endurance. To fly all...
wearable drone detection

Infantry troops can now carry a portable drone detection device on their body. MyDefence is launching its third product in the WINGMAN series of...
underwater mines

The KATFISH-M, a ruggedized version of KATFISH Towed Synthetic Aperture Sonar Platform for real-time, detection and classification against underwater mine threats, has successfully completed...
counter-terrorism

With the number of terrorist-related incidents increasing globally, and the method of attacks evolving, regular proactive training that responds to these changing threats is...
military

The demands of future battlefields will force the military medical community to prepare for operational environments that are vastly different. Enemy air superiority may...
non-lethal

Over the backdrop to the recent riots in the Gaza Strip border and the West Bank, Israel’s DDR&D (MAFAAT) of the Ministry of Defense...

Russia has been showcasing its unmanned combat capabilities. The Russian defense ministry unveiled two unmanned combat aerial vehicles (UCAVs) during a military parade in...
transparency

A new addition to an officer's gun will enable policemen to have more transparency with the public. Including their body cameras, police officers’ guns now...
anti drone

Airports worldwide have been facing a growing security challenge posed by drones. Drones approaching critical parts of an airport operation (such as the final...
aus&r

The AUS&R 2018 Conference and Exhibition, organized by iHLS for the sixth year, will focus on the unique role of the unmanned systems at...
startup competition

iHLS is delighted to host for the first time the prestigious Startup Competition for innovative technologies in the security, defense and homeland security fields,...
drone

Drone manufacturers are constantly looking for new technologies to solve the challenges involved with drone delivery. An electric aviation pioneer, Yates Electrospace Corp., just...
Police

As body cameras get cheaper and the market gets more competitive, the largest supplier of law enforcement body cameras in the U.S., Axon, is...
special forces

The US Army will soon have snipers that can engage targets farther and machine guns that are more accurate and lethal than existing weapons....
urban air transportation

EmbraerX has recently unveiled its first electrical Vertical Take-Off and Landing (eVTOL) aircraft concept. The company, which is part of Embraer - a Brazilian...
robotic

Robots have been used for a long time in factories and in the automotive industry, however, there has been limited use in the aerospace...
new naval sensor

A new naval sensor designed to track advanced weapons including supersonic missiles has entered the production process. The Sea Fire digital radar, manufactured by...
stealth bomber

The Chinese state-run Aviation Industry Corporation AVIC may have given a first look at the H-20 stealth bomber. A promotional video showcasing a new...

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