Aircraft Security

Aircraft Security

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...
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...
aircraft inspections

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As the rapid growth of drone use continues, the International Air Transportation Association (IATA) has been working on the regulation of the safe integration...
aircraft damage

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The detection of aircraft damage at a late stage might cost huge resources and even lives. Researchers with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) and...
control towers

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The traditional control tower is about to undergo a technological change. Being built by Cranfield University and Saab, an innovative facility will let air...
drone threats

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A report by Israel’s State Comptroller published yesterday, November 15th, reflects unpreparedness and considerable shortcomings regarding drone threats in Israel. The reports refers to...

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The cyber security of civil aviation has been put to the test recently. A team of government, industry and academic officials successfully demonstrated that...
smart airports

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Smart airports are projected to be worth $25bn by 2025. Many smart innovations are emerging in the field at the top of the industry’s...
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...
nanotechnology

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Public health has become an important consideration when talking about airports, including security checks. How clean are airport security trays? Everything goes in those...
airport security tactics

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The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently released a video claiming to provide an inside look at airport security tactics - how the agency...
airport security

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Airport security policy in the US is now focusing on passengers’ cameras. In an effort to improve the security of airline passengers and airports,...
aircraft systems connectivity

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The increased scope and complexity of connectivity technology on aircrafts and in aviation infrastructure, such as networked air traffic control systems, makes their operators...
ct scans

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A new luggage-scanning technology that increases security and speeds the screening lines in airports may be on the way. The US Transportation Security Administration...
screening

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The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will evaluate a new personal electronics scanner, the MobiLab ES, which is the only inspection system that effectively...
explosives detection

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The US Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) will provide independent testing, evaluation, and certification of explosives detection equipment for...
US Air Force

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The Israeli technology that detects debris and damage on airport runways is being operationally evaluated now by the US Air Force. The technology is aimed...

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UK ministers have ordered the Department of Transport (DoT), the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to start testing what...

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Progress has been made on the resumption of flights between Russia and Egypt following high-level meetings between the two countries’ aviation officials. Russia said...

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China's third aircraft carrier, which is still under development, will feature steam catapults to launch more heavily armed Shenyang J-15 multi-role aircrafts that might...

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Defense and aerospace Industries have been facing the risk of bogus parts manufactured by 3D printers. The issue of product safety in these industries is...

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China has tested quantum radar that will be able to detect stealth aircraft and other objects within the range of 100 km. The radar uses...

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