Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement

facial recognition

Facial recognition technology is already used for security checks at airports, for police investigations, and for monitoring large events like concerts. However, existing technology...
first responders use of drones

Law enforcement and first responders have been using drones for more and more missions.  Incident commanders receive critical visual information and situational awareness through the...
InnoTech expo for HLS and cyber

iHLS is proud to present Israel's largest innovation, technologies, and HLS event: The giant exhibition and conferences iHLS InnoTech Expo Tel Aviv. With growing HLS...
voice recognition

Voice recognition technology has revolutionized the commercial market along with the growing use of home devices. However, it has applications in various law enforcement...

Organizations for public safety, including firefighters, law enforcement, among others, are responsible for protecting people in emergencies. These first responders can work effectively only...
facial recognition

More police departments have explored the use of facial recognition technology for crowd control or to identify suspects. The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI)...

A world-first technological solution was developed in response to the threat of explosive drones and incendiary balloons and kites, frequently launched from Gaza into...
emotion recognition

Emotion-detecting technologies, or affect recognition systems, help vet job seekers, test criminal suspects for signs of deception, and more. AI Now, a US-based research...

The global public safety market was valued at USD 8.58 billion in 2018, and it is expected to reach USD 38.98 billion by 2024,...
5g communications

5G communication’s higher speeds and ultra-low latency can support near real-time situational awareness during emergencies, mission-critical communication across networks, mobile devices and sensors and...
video source fusion

First responders often lack information when dealing with emergencies. Despite the thousands of cameras we see on the street, in businesses, at the bank,...

Scientists have recently succeeded in identifying people using short lengths of a single strand of hair, without an attached hair follicle or skin cells....
airport security

Airport passengers often complain about the long security lines and the security check-ups that they are obliged to go through, mainly having to take...
body cameras

Body cameras are used by police officers in order to record events in which they or other law enforcers are involved. One of the...
video analytics

Attend iHLS 7th Video Analytics Conference and Exhibition on December 19, 2019, at the Lago Conference Center, Rishon LeZion. A free display area will be...
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...

An unconventional imaging method is known as ghost imaging. One of its advantages is that it allows one to form an image by illuminating...
port security by UAV

UAV technology has been developing rapidly, and there are potentially important implications for the homeland security practitioners operating at maritime ports. Systems based on...

Radiation cannot be detected by human senses. A variety of handheld and laboratory instruments can detect and measure radiation, for use by customs, police...
Photo illust. US Air Force

Real-world performance is often directly correlated to the realism and intensity of use of force training. The more realistic the training exercise, the more...
Photo illust by Pixabay

Have you been developing a ground-breaking technology in the fields of unmanned systems, counter drones, terror tunnel detection, border security, safe city? We invite you...
Photo illust by Pixabay

Law-enforcement agencies often use automated license-plate recognition (ALPR) technologies to identify the location of vehicles associated with criminal activity. The readers can be mounted...

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