New Products

New Products

photo illust. barbed wire by pixabay

Audio Technology has selected Quanergy Systems, Inc. to provide perimeter intrusion detection to reduce false alarms, provide real-time tracking and classification, all while working...
photo illust. by NASA & US Government

Our total dependence on GPS in our daily lives is troublesome. Most, if not all, of military, financial, and commercial systems completely rely on...
photo illust. military drone by pixabay

Scheduled to take its first flight in 2023, Baykar Technology’s Kizilelma armed drone has recently been revealed by a computer-generated video presenting its technical...
photo illust. airport

By: Or Shalom, HLS expert MILIPOL exhibition, held in Singapore last week, May 18-20th, 2022, showcased advanced HLS technologies for the battlefield, border protection, and...
photo illus. airport by pixabay

Over 300 of Analogic Corporation’s ConneCT computed tomography (CT) screening systems will be installed at airport security checkpoints across the United States. Greater Rochester...
photo illus. soldiers by pixabay

In March 2022, Skyline Nav AI secured a $750k contract from the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) to provide GPS-independent localization capability for...
photo illust. prison by pixabay

In line with the Government’s plans to diminish crime in jails in England and Wales, innovative, new airport-style security technologies are enforcing their “zero...
photo illust. Sirius Compact by SAAB

Passive sensors - sensors that do not emit signals yet can detect electromagnetic emissions - offer a solution to gaining situational awareness in the...
photo illust. cockpit by rawpixel

Compatible with nearly any military and commercial aircraft, including those with limited cockpit space, BAE Systems introduces LiteWave, a laptop-sized head-up display (HUD) that...
photo illust. drone delivering package by PxHere

In efforts to further reduce their carbon footprint and to improve delivery services in remote areas, UK Royal Mail will create over 50 new...

Virtual, also known as synthetic training, provides flexibility. US Marines will soon be able to participate in joint simulated training exercises thanks to new...
Photo illus. forest by Pixabay

Drone swarms have been usually tested in open environments without obstacles, or with the location of those obstacles pre-programmed. Highly cluttered environments such as...
Photo carrier by UK Ministry of Defense, Commander US Naval Forces Europe Africa US Flickr

The world’s first atomic clock of its kind has been fitted to Britain’s biggest warship, HMS Prince of Wales, to help ensure pinpoint accuracy...
Photo illust. soldier US Navy by Kim Smith

The US Army has been buying large amounts of small drones for use among regular units, and it could be that in the near...
Molecule technology illust. by Pixabay

Researchers from Hokkaido University in Japan demonstrated that molecular robots can perform cargo delivery by using a swarming strategy, achieving five times the transport efficiency...
The drone revolution underwater. Hydrus, Photo by Advanced Navigation

Smaller and more convenient models have driven down the cost of unmanned aerial vehicles and have made it possible to use technology in ways...
Team of soldiers engaged in operation rescue, photo by Swarm Robotics

At the same time that the modern battlefield is being extensively digitized, the world's armies are investing heavily in the equipment of their soldiers...
U.S Army New Generation Guns, Photo by Sig Sauer

As part of a $20 million deal with Sig Sauer, the US military is replacing its M4 rifle and M249 automatic squad weapons with...
Drone swarm illust. Image by Pvt. James Newsome, US Army

Our lives are becoming increasingly reliant on unmanned tools and systems. Marine, air, and ground unmanned systems lead the military industry, and are catching...
Photo illust. by Georgia State University research team

The Georgia State University has developed a new and innovative technology for artificial vision, which utilizes a new architecture to enhance color recognition on...
Iron Beam, By Israeli Ministery of Defense. April 2022

In an announcement last week, the Israeli Ministry of Defense stated that Mafat (the Administration for Research and Development of Weapons and Technological Infrastructure)...
Photo illus. smart city by Pxfuel

As part of tomorrow's city planning, smart cities will utilize both information and communication technologies as well as Internet of Things (IoT) solutions in...