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Research found that when an explosion starts, it requires a reaction speed of 120-150 milliseconds to halt it. After an explosion is detected, gas...

Drones have been increasingly deployed in search and rescue in recent years. However, it is hard to find a solution that could cover great...
computer vision

Computer vision is a type of artificial intelligence that allows computers to interpret images and videos. Many law enforcement and public safety organizations already...
guided projectile

    Weapon systems manufacturer, Raytheon, has revealed that the U.S. Navy has quietly conducted ground tests of a precision-guided projectile usually fired from Army cannons. The...
cyber weapon

    Japan’s Ministry of Defense has announced plans to create and maintain malware cyber-weapons that it plans to use for defensive reasons. Once developed, Japan will...

Thanks to new machine-learning tools, researchers and police departments can use behavioral data to find the earliest signs an officer may be flouting policy...
fighter pilot trust

    The U.S. military is researching how humans and machines cooperate together by testing how well pilots and Artificial Intelligence trust each other in aerial...
startup competition

We are delighted to invite ground-breaking startups developing disruptive solutions in the security, defense and HLS fields to take part in the prestigious iHLS...
big data

Big data is now the basis for any activity in the business, government, and security sectors. However, in many cases the information streamed to...

Aerospace giant Boeing has successfully completed the first outdoor flight tests of the cargo air vehicle (CAV), its electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL)...

A new fingerprint identification system to increase security and reliability in the collection and verification of fingerprint records will be implemented by Canada’s security...

Unmanned vehicles control systems require a lot of space, and space is at a premium on a US Navy ship. Whether it's an aircraft...

Rolls-Royce has been quietly developing an integral system required to operate laser weapons on the battlefield for about a decade. The technology is an...

New training modules for tactical combat casualty care will be developed for the US Army. The military medicine education and training initiative will include...
counter UAV

  A Belarus-based company has announced the development of a mobile Counter Unmanned Aerial Vehicle jammer. The Groza-P2 C-UAV system, developed by KB Radar, will...
chemical threat

  The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is now testing new chemical sensors that can assist easily detecting nuclear, biological, chemical, radioactive, and explosive...
drone helicopter

    Schiebel’s Camcopter S-100 has been selected by Norway’s Andoya Test Center for search and rescue trials as past of the Arctic 2030 project. The Camcopter...
patriot

  The United States State Department has approved the possible military sale of the Patriot air and missile defense system to Bahrain. The contract is...
thermal detection

Today more than ever military forces and opposition groups are using night vision sensors and thermal devices. Detection by thermal imaging is an emerging...

Purdue University researchers have engineered flying robots that behave like hummingbirds, trained by machine learning algorithms based on various techniques the bird uses naturally...
anti drone

  Drone technology today has become accessible to anyone with a few hundred dollars. Anyone with a few hundred dollars can go to their local...
3d print submarine

  Navy SEALs are some of the most elite combat soldiers in the world. Operating in classified missions all over the world, Navy SEALs need...

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