Aircraft Security

Aircraft Security

cyber resiliency

The U.S. military’s weapons systems today are reliant on complex software and interconnectivity with a host of components, sensors and computer systems. The highly...
Air Traffic Control Tower

Switzerland is on the cusp of becoming the first country to formally integrate drones into the air traffic management system that controls its airspace. The...
cyber

To date, there has been no confirmed downing of a commercial or military aircraft through a cyber attack. However, given the weaknesses in the...
security accelerator

Are you a disruptive startup in the security field? We at the iHLS Security Accelerator are looking for innovative ground-breaking technologies offering solutions for civilian...
Swarms Wil Challenge US Infantry

The emergence of inexpensive small unmanned aircraft systems (sUASs) that operate without a human pilot has led to adversarial groups threatening deployed U.S. forces,...
There's a need for Anti-Drone solution

With current ubiquity of drones, many people don't feel safe or feel that they have lost their privacy. There has come a need for...
GPS Jammer USAF

The Red Flag US Air Force drill started just recently. Red Flag is the biggest Air Force annual drill, taking place in Nevada and...
early detection

Flight safety solutions available today, such as radars for early detection, are not sufficiently effective in preventing collisions with birds, due to their technological...
task force

The growing use of cheap and accessible commercial drones and the involvement of terrorist and criminal actors have been increasing the threat to security...
aircraft explosive vulnerability

Ever since 9/11, aircraft security has been a major concern for the U.S Government. Each day, more than twenty-six thousand commercial flights transport passengers...
manned aircraft

Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) operations are projected to increase sharply in civil airspace in the coming decade, but many problems remain unsolved regarding their...
artificial intelligence

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

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

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

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

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

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...

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

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

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

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

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

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