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gas installations

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Securing offshore oil and gas installations, which can represent a strategic target for enemies, requires a wide array of advanced systems. Gas discovery in...
emergency response

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The U.S. is tightening its bonds with Costa Rica. The Department of State has donated six virtual shooting ranges to the Costa Rican Ministry...
homeland security

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Aerial operations in the homeland security sphere require high speed and high-altitude capabilities. A new fixed-wing UAV for homeland security missions will be showcased...
airshow

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For the first time in Israel, a public demonstration of the Thunder B UAV will be held at the forthcoming fifth AUS&R Unmanned Systems...
security technology

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iHLS is happy to announce the establishment of the company’s new Advisory Board, led by Brig. Gen. (res.) Giora Inbar, who will be the...
valuable information

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Huge amounts of data are collected by drones during their various missions. Turning the data into valuable information is a complex task. Intel has been...
cyber security

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India has been advancing one more stage on the way to mobile phone cyber security. The Indian government is finalising cyber security standards to...
loitering munition

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Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has unveiled the newest member in its Loitering Munitions (LM) family, the Maritime Harop. The new marine capabilities of the...
disaster areas

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Following large fires, hurricanes or earthquakes, first responder teams in disaster areas sometimes have to refrain from entering unstable structures, due to the danger...
frigate protection

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The first firing of the Sea Ceptor system has been successfully conducted. The system provides improved frigate protection for the UK Royal Navy against...
drone

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The US Air National Guard has deployed medium-altitude drones to help airlift and search-and-rescue units find victims in the hurricane disaster-stricken areas. The Guard...
biometric identification

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Innovation in biometric identification offer an exciting new frontier in security, with the global biometric system market expected to reach an estimated $32.4 billion...
killer robots

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The recent call by scientists to prevent artificial intelligence (AI) from being used to develop autonomous weapons brought about many responses. Founders and lead scientists...

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By Arie Egozi The combat-proven Iron Dome rocket interceptor will soon be tested in the U.S. The U.S army has recognized an urgent need for...
hurricane

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With the catastrophic injury and damage being caused by natural disasters such as the current hurricanes hitting the United States and the Caribbean, a...
biometric

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Balancing line speed and security at the airport is essential to ensuring safe, reliable travel. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology...
terror

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India will upgrade its airports and airstrips in view of the constant threat from terror groups. The security of 43 unused airports and 355 airstrips in...
AUS&R

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The leading conference and exhibition in the field of unmanned systems and robotics, AUS&R, has been gaining more momentum in the world and in...
situational awareness

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Many capabilities of the dismounted forces depend on GPS navigation. But what happens in GPS-denied environments? Forces operating in urban, indoor or underground operations...
us navy

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With the ever growing threats and tasks at hand, the US Navy is constantly innovating and finding new methods to cope with adversaries. Raytheon’s...

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Unmanned technology plays a major role not only during disasters but also in the aftermath. The Red Cross unmanned aircraft team was supplied with...
autonomous vehicle

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Automotive radar devices are now appearing in passenger vehicles all over the world. These devices are used in advanced cruise control systems, which can...

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