Swiss Company Unveils New Solar-Powered Aircraft

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Switzerland’s Solar Impulse has unveiled the aircraft with which it will attempt a solar-powered round-the-world flight in 2015. The 236-ft. wingspan Solar Impulse is scheduled...

Spain: Enemy of UAS Enthusiasts

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Spain’s State Agency for Aerial Security, the AESA, has issued a blanket ban on commercial drone use everywhere in the country, reports The Spain...

Futuristic Technology: Night Vision Contact Lenses

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Simple contact lenses granting security guards and first responders night vision capabilities – no, they still don't exist, but American researchers from the University...

New Robot, Powered by the Ocean Waves

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For the first time in history: A new naval robot, powered by the ocean waves, will conduct civilian, HLS and military missions throughout the...

New U.K. Robot Tests Body Armor

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Porton Man – the new robot developed by the U.K. Ministry of Defense, will be used to test body armor and other equipment for...

New Drones to Assist with Nuclear Hazards

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Hazardous nuclear events have the potential to cause huge levels of widespread damage to individuals and the environment. Getting close enough to these incidents...

U.S: Spying from the Ocean Depths

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U.S. military researchers are moving forward with a program to hide ruggedized electronic devices at the bottom of the world's oceans that when called...

“Death Ray” is back – big time

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High-energy lasers (HEL) have the potential to benefit a variety of military missions, particularly as weapons or as high-bandwidth communications devices. However, the massive...

Computer Simulations Help Predict Blast Scenarios

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Simulation-based engineering science (SBES) allows researchers to predict the effects of building explosions and analyze the response of building materials to those threats. Using...

Facebook’s New, Advanced Facial Recognition

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Facebook developed a new facial recognition software, operating on a near-human level Human beings, or at least our brains, are oiled facial recognition machines. Light,...

New: Quantum Physics Cryptography

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The way we secure digital transactions could soon change. An international team has demonstrated a form of quantum cryptography that can protect people doing...

Coming Soon? Radiation Detectors for Smartphones

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Radiation detectors are getting smaller and cheaper A handheld radiation camera developed by the University of Michigan engineering researchers offers nuclear plant operators a faster...

New Operating System Makes Smartphones Smarter

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A new platform for operating systems would outwit cyber criminals As Smartphone use surges, consumers are just beginning to realize their devices are not quite...

App Helps save People Trapped by Avalanche

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Can that App save you after a severe earthquake? For now it will probably save the lives of a person buried under the weight...

iHLS TV – Unmanned Systems Edition

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Issues and articles discussed in this episode: Facebook acquires UAV developer Titan Aerospace Israeli ERE35 UAV creating interest around the world Orbital develops new UAV engine Russian troops...

New, Fuel-Efficient UAS Propulsion System

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UAS propulsion systems, as we mentioned in a previous article, are both essential to the industry and very difficult to develop. Main industry trends...

The New American Driverless Car

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Ford's autonomous automobile: Four infrared sensors on the roof, obstacle detection at a range of up to 70 meters (230 feet), 2.5 million measurements...

Robots from the Israeli Desert

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If you ask Dr. Amir Shapiro, director of the Robotics Lab at the Mechanical Engineering Department of Ben Gurion University, what's a robot, he'll...

iHLS TV: Advanced Israeli UAV Unveiled

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Articles and issues featured in this episode: Protecting the Electric Grid Money Laundering and Terror American UAVs Soar Again Advanced Israeli UAV Unveiled Hackers Will Access the Biometric Database Bystanders...

New Cyber-Threat Prevention Tech

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FireEye revealed the MVX cyber security technology. According to the company the new technology will significantly improve intelligence gathering and security platforms for organizations;...

The Eye in the Sky that Sees Everything

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Camero launches Xaver AID, Airborne Imaging Drone, an airborne structure-penetrating life detection system. The Xaver AID (Airborne Imaging Drone) is a tactical unmanned VTOL (Vertical...

New U.S. Army Secure Smartphones

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Soldiers in Afghanistan are experimenting with smartphones engineered to better protect operational data – designed by scientists at Vanderbilt University’s Institute for Software Integrated...

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Revolutionary Snake-Inspired Robot Can Move and Manipulate Objects

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Snake-inspired robots have many advantages over conventional wheeled or legged ones, like adapting the shape of their body, entering narrow spaces and moving freely...