Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement

anti-drone gun

Whether it’s delivering contraband to individuals in prison, risking people’s safety by straying into flight paths, or breaching security by snapping photos and video...
navigation

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) has been advancing wayfinding technology in order to improve travelers navigation experience...
nasa

Following a recent agreement, NASA now promotes vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAV. The Autonomous Pod Transport 70 (APT70), an unmanned air vehicle (UAV), will...
tracking

For the first time, the NEON Personnel Tracker Solution was used to track personnel within challenging indoor, underground, and urban GPS-denied environments at the...
customs and border

A new technology will enhance the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) counting and measuring capabilities at ports of entry. Counting and measuring is...
facial recogntion

Facial recognition systems are a highly efficient public security solution. However, this field remains controversial, mainly due to privacy issues. Facial recognition has been...
assault rifle

The AK-series of assault rifles are increasingly being preferred by the security forces in India due to their utility in all-weather conditions, good rate...

Law enforcement agencies in various countries are investigating drones used in crimes. These unmanned aerial vehicles deliver contraband, surveil military installations and sensitive institutions,...
vehicle

In order to enhance public security, urban areas and critical installations security agencies must have an accurate, real-time reporting of vehicle data, including plate...
x-ray screeninig

The emergence of homemade explosives has placed many challenges on aviation security screening. In an attempt to cope with the threats, the US Department of...
video analytics

Video data is exploding in size. The sheer volume of available video, and the man-hours required to monitor and review it, overwhelms many public...

While the operational arena keeps changing and evolving over time, coping with emerging threats and the development of new weapon systems and technologies, the...

A new system will enhance the quality and increase the speed of evidence capture, documentation, reconstruction, and analysis, for crime, crash, fire and security...
emer

Some 80% of emergency 911 calls in the US are made from cellphones, and current technology relies on cell towers to give an approximation...

The increase in the amount of evidence gathered from surveillance systems, body cameras, and civilians can help solve crimes. However, it also presents new...
drop kits

Due to communications challenges during the response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks in the US, the 9/11 commission recommended the establishment of a single,...

Stopping smuggler’s boats or enemy vessels can sometimes be a complex challenge. Currently, the US Navy stops boats particularly suspected smugglers by using a...

When conducting prevention campaigns, US Department of Motor Vehicles investigators frequently encounter underage individuals with fake, out-of-state licenses and IDs. Law enforcement officers in...

Emergency responders rely on real-time and accurate information for enhanced situational awareness and safety. Now they will be able to have better information about...

For the first time, facial recognition technology will ever be used at the Olympic Games. A large-scale facial recognition system will be used to...

A new system provides live video calls and pinpoint location capabilities to 911 centers across the US. The next-Generation 911 plugin c-Lite works in...
communication

Law enforcement officers coordinating and participating in dangerous operations to stop drug trafficking need reliable communications. The US Joint Interagency Task Force South (JIATFS),...

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