Aviation Security

Aviation Security

Automated unmanned aerial vehicles beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flight in unrestricted airspace is a very significant barrier to overcome in order to...
HERON UAV

In the future, unmanned aerial vehicles will land at civilian airports. This vision is already becoming a reality, as the Heron, a UAV developed...

Products and services will reach people and places faster, without risking safety, thanks to a new drone technology. An automated and streamlined approvals system...
UAV

A patented airborne LTE drone communications technology for multiple partners has been demonstrated. The technology enables drones, helicopters, air taxis and other connected aircraft...
airport security

Unmanned aerial vehicles present a very real threat for airports and introduce multiple unknowns into the airport environment. Although US federal agencies and the...
airport security

In December 2018, the Gatwick Airport near London was temporarily shut down as result of the presence of unauthorized drones. Since then, small drones...

The global explosive detection technologies market growth is projected to progress at a CAGR of 6%, and reach US$ 12 Bn by the end...

Towards the return to a normal routine, innovation is required in airport security. The Homeland Security Department’s Science and Technology Directorate and the TSA...

An innovative solution for aircraft and airport security operations might replace bomb-sniffing dogs. The “electronic nose” device that uses biological cells to sniff dangerous...

A video by EUROCONTROL Network shows the massive drop in air traffic across European skies. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the traffic...

Not too long ago, the major challenge of airport security screenings was thwarting terrorist attempts. Now, as the coronavirus spreads throughout the world and...
anti drone solution

The demand for drone management solutions has grown rapidly, especially following the incident where Gatwick Airport was forced to shut-down due to drones flying...
airport security scanning

A new research offers safer and more effective airport security scanning that could work to decrease waiting times. The research follows the alarming results...
civil aviation hit by missile defense

While airliners rarely fly over explicit war zones, the rise of “gray zone” conflicts like the Middle East proxy war between the United States...
safety test for drones

The US Federal Aviation Administration wants to develop and administer electronic safety tests for new drone owners. With the commercial drone market continuing its...
counter drone tech

Drones are difficult to detect and identify from the cockpit of an aircraft. Security agencies in the UK have been concerned about the increasing...

“Terrorists have targeted airports on several occasions and are actively seeking suitable weaknesses in the global aviation system,” said the UK Department for Transport’s...
counter drone

Small drones have already illustrated their capabilities in harassing much larger planes and leave flights grounded. The small aircraft run the risk of colliding...
Photo illust. US Navy Wikimedia

A new technology can improve the safety of UAV flights, especially those performing beyond line of sight (BLOS) flights. The new Automated Emergency Safe...
airport illust

New scanners will make traveling through UK’s airports more secure and simple. Currently, passengers taking liquid in their cabin baggage are restricted to containers...
Photo illustration Predator US Air Force

The US Commercial Drone Alliance asked the FAA to issue regulations — or at least a regulatory framework — for integrating large unmanned aerial...
photo illustration

An evolving regulatory push by the US Federal Aviation Administration has revealed a new market: drone air traffic control. The nature of the commercial utilization...

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