Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement

Japan’s authorities have been employing advanced technology in order to maintain security and prevent the spread of the coronavirus during the Olympic Games in...
biometrics

The use of live facial recognition (LFR) both in law enforcement and for other purposes is regulated, albeit controversial. Facial recognition technology clearly involves...

A new rectangular, pocket-sized stun grenade about the size of a smartphone is now offered by Rheinmetall. The Spectac non-lethal effector is specially designed for...

Will military equipment help secure the US capital’s most famous site? Six months after the attack on the United States Capitol in Washington D.C.,...

The second generation of a security app transforms a smartphone or tablet into a video surveillance camera, which becomes a part of an existing...
organized crime

Illegal weapons play a key role in many of the most violent crimes. This is why combatting this crime is one of the key...

A new wireless AI blockchain technology is going to change the way airports manage security checks. Smart security trays will connect with passengers without...

Integrated machine learning platforms can significantly reduce time, redundancy, cost, and improve the accuracy in detecting threats such as explosives, chemical agents, and narcotics. The...

First responders are exposed to various risks, from moving vehicles to wildfires. New thermal mapping software for drones will enable first responders to quickly...
counter terror technologies

A new scanning solution uses advanced sensors and artificial intelligence to detect a wide range of concealed weapons and threats, such as firearms, metallic...
border security

A European ‘Roborder’ project aims to develop “a fully-functional autonomous border surveillance system”, and involves research institutions, defense companies, and the police or border...
innonvation

iHLS is proud to present the international Cyber, Homeland Security Technologies, and Innovation Conference and Exhibition: INNOTECH 2021. November 17-18, 2021 at EXPO Tel Aviv,...

80 per cent of terrorist plots in the UK are attributed to Islamist extremists with more people being indoctrinated online during the pandemic, Ken...
INNOTECH

iHLS is proud to present the international Cyber, Homeland Security Technologies, and Innovation Conference and Exhibition: INNOTECH 2021. November 17-18, 2021 at EXPO Tel Aviv,...
facial recognition

Governments are called to put in place stronger regulations to govern the ethical use of facial recognition technology. Amazon has reportedly extended a ban...

As body-worn cameras (BWC) become more and more prevalent in the public safety sector, there has been a steady migration of these devices to...
InnoTech expo for HLS and cyber

iHLS is proud to present the international Homeland Security Technologies, Cyber, and Innovation Conference and Exhibition: INNOTECH 2021. iHLS is celebrating the return to normal...
counter terror technologies

In current practice after a police shooting, crime scene and county attorney investigators track down every shell casing and spent slug, count rounds remaining...

RF signals can provide valuable insight into commercial vessel activity across the globe, even when bad actors seek to hide their location. New maritime...

In the same way that criminals use ever more innovative and sophisticated ways to avoid detection, law enforcement must also benefit from the latest...

Tracking survivors in the aftermath of a disaster or during an emergency event is a major challenge for first responders, especially in an indoors...
organized crime

There is a concerning expansion and evolution of serious and organized crime in the EU, warns the EUROPOL assessment EU SOCTA 2021. Published every four...