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cruise missiles

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A new engine will be developed for Turkey’s cruise missiles. The Turkish Havacılık (Kale Aero) company has won a contract from the nation’s under-secretariat of...
Revolutions in IDF Ground Arm

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The technological and organizational revolutions in IDF Ground Arm has been gaining momentum. The multiple changes include a response to the offensive, border-crossing tunnels...
artificial intelligence

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Artificial intelligence technology is infiltrating the travel industry, and it’s bringing a host of new conveniences and capabilities with it, from personalized recommendations and...
cheetah fighter

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The South African company Denel Aviation has concluded an agreement for the sale of 12 South African-designed Cheetah fighter jets to the US-based Draken...
homeland security market

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The Middle East homeland security market is on course for significant growth. A recent study by Analysts Frost & Sullivan (F&S) says revenues are...
civil aviation

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Drones continue to pose a threat to civil aviation. All the flights to and from Ben Gurion Airport were grounded for 15 minutes due...
first responders

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First responders’ successful operations depend to a large extent on good communications capabilities. The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate...
כטב"ם הרון

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India has lost a valuable troop scanning Heron UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle), along with its payload of sensors and intelligence systems, to a cross-border...
smart city

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The technological advancements posed by the Internet of Things (IoT) have far-reaching benefits for the cities who adopt them. Smart Cities such as Barcelona,...
The QBZ-95

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China’s People’s Liberation Army has traditionally relied on foreign and Communist bloc weapons manufactured in China. Now, however, as the PLA undergoes an unprecedented...
Bump Stock

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In light of recent mass shooting happenings across the US, and specifically the Las Vegas shooting where a bump stock was used, the pressure...

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Intelligence analysis shows terrorist groups are actively pursuing Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) capabilities, are using battlefield environments to test them, and may be...

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Body-worn cameras, laptops, smartphones and mobile working -all those things sounded like science fiction to the Metropolitan police officers not long time ago. But...
North Korean Missiles

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North Korea has made several nuclear and ICBMs tests recently. Also, the country’s leader Kim Jung-Un voiced threats towards his Southern neighbor and Western...
כטב"ם הרון

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A new command and control (C2) system which integrates video feeds from the Heron 1 Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) into an augmented reality display...
ocean of things

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Connected sensor networks would enhance maritime situational awareness. The US Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has announced its "Ocean of Things" program, which...
reconnaissance drones

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Reconnaissance missions to collect enemy information no longer require large UAVs. A small, disposable drone that fits inside a shell that looks like a...
airspace management

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As the usage of drones increases, the development of airspace management infrastructure, including systems for sharing flight rules, approved flight areas and flight conditions,...
iot security

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A new wave of cyberattacks is expected to hit global energy sectors, and the US Department of Homeland Security and the Federal Bureau of...
pipelines

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More than $38 billion is spent annually monitoring oil and gas pipelines using less efficient means, which often identify problems only long after they’ve...
electroshock weapon

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A revolutionary wireless electroshock weapon is in the process of issue by the US Patent Office. The device is defined as a non-lethal weapon...
swarm

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Despite perimeter fences and other site barriers, intrusion into protected areas is not uncommon. When trespassing is detected in a protected area, the main...

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