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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...
training

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Haptic wearables interest more and more agencies in the military sector. While experiencing something in virtual or augmented reality can be pretty life-like, adding...
shooter

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Several cases of mass shooting in public places have occurred in the US in recent years. A small, relatively inexpensive device could make the...
maritime surveillance

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Malaysia is interested in enhancing its maritime surveillance capabilities. Its Air Force is planning to use advanced unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) as one of...
command and control

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The US has been accelerating research in space command and control technologies in order to quickly achieve military situational awareness and execute operations in...
patriot missiles

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In recent years, NATO member Poland has sped up efforts to overhaul its military in response to Moscow’s renewed military and political assertiveness in...
live-fire training

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Munitions ricochet during live-fire training can endanger the warfighters. In order to better protect them during training, a new Google Maps-style software tool has...
groundbreaking technologies

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We at the iHLS Security Accelerator are looking for innovative ground-breaking technologies offering solutions for civilian defense, securing government institutions vital infrastructure and borders,...
UAV

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Saudi Arabia continues with its efforts to reinforce its UAV fleet. After the contract with the Chinese firm Chengdu for Pterodactyl drones in September...
small caliber ammunition

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IMI Systems Ltd. will supply a European country with a variety of small caliber ammunition products for a total value of 37 million NIS....
accelerator

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During a special meeting at its new offices in Kiryat Atidim, Tel Aviv on November 15th, iHLS presented to its Advisory Board its vision,...
drone swarm

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Researchers envision swarms of more than 250 autonomous vehicles – multi-rotor aerial drones, and ground rovers – to gather information and assist troops in...
cybersecurity

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Cyberattacks are prevalent also at sea, and are one of the most serious and emerging threats facing the US Navy. For this reason, Naval...

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Almost all the Israeli UAV manufacturers offer systems in collaboration with Indian companies. The Indian demand to manufacture locally and the knowledge transfer decrease...
robotic

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A Russian military robotic technology is expected to replace manned platforms. Col. Oleg Pomazuev who runs the Department of Innovation Research at the Russian...
ballistic missiles

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Boeing and the Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) team recently bolstered America’s defense against long-range ballistic missiles, ahead of schedule, with the installation of the...
maritime surveillance

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The US Navy will be able to ensure nearly constant maritime surveillance with multiple drones cycling around a California base and monitoring the seas....

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Some people consider IoT (the Internet of Things) as the next industrial revolution. The connected devices networks present in all aspects of life and...
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...
vehicle-ramming

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In light of the growing need to deal with vehicle-ramming terror attacks around the world, one of today’s most prevalent threat, an innovative line...
attack drone

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China has revealed a high-speed vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) attack drone fitted with a unique eight rotor electrical engines. The eight rotors of the...
cyber security

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The defense ministers of NATO members states endorsed a set of principles for how the Alliance can integrate the cyber capabilities of its allies...

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