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Access Control

The Russian Ministry of Interior uses counter-drone guns to protect from UAVs during the FIFA 2018 World Cup. Moscow police received two such guns...
face recognition

Face recognition is one of the most contentious areas in studies, because of issues of both privacy and race. Now it is claimed that...
camera

Computer science researchers have developed a new technology that allows public cameras to send personalized messages to people without compromising their privacy. The real-time...
smart city

Singapore was recently ranked the top performer in a global smart city ranking by Juniper Research. The country’s efforts in the area of mobility...
smartphone

Law enforcement teams can now determine if someone is carrying a weapon or explosive - all without the need for a physical search -...
anti drone

Airports worldwide have been facing a growing security challenge posed by drones. Drones approaching critical parts of an airport operation (such as the final...
recognizing faces

Thermal cameras are all over the modern battlefield, from intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance assets such as drones or vehicle and dismounted targeting systems. But...
facial recognition

UK government is interested in facial recognition technology in order to manage border crossings between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland following the...
drone pilots

The US FAA has clear-cut no-fly zones for drones, such as within five miles of most major airports, but drone pilots sometimes make mistakes...
rental vehicle

2017 saw a spate of terrorist attacks where rental vehicles were used as ramming weapons to cause death and destruction in various countries in...
control towers

Digital remote control towers are revolutionizing air traffic management. Digital air traffic control means airports can manage their planes from anywhere in the world....
anti-drone weapons

The rise of drones has allowed new and creative ways to penetrate highly secure environments. This is the reason why anti-drone weapons are becoming...
remote identification

Millions of the agile and affordable quadcopters and other drones have already been sold in the United States. Anonymity is already not an option...
biometric

The US biometric identification system is gaining momentum. The new Homeland Advanced Recognition Technology (HART) platform supports the Department of Homeland Security and its...
security checks

With the overwhelming amount of data that has to be reviewed during border security checks, as well as limited budgets and resources in governments,...
airport security

Going through airport security can be a nerve-wracking process. In the US, whether it’s adhering to Transportation Security Administration (TSA) rules of removing laptops...
smart-city

A new lightweight, temporary alternative to traditional barriers made from concrete or steel blocks was recently deployed to protect fans from vehicle-led terrorist attacks...
accelerator

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

The market of the IoT connected devices is in the midst of a major revolution which has already altered every field, from domestic devices,...
weapon detection

New security tools are needed to prevent the types of mass shootings that have become endemic to US culture in recent years. With policymakers...
military installations

The US Defense Department is reviewing whether cellphones should be banned at the Pentagon - where 23,000 military and civilian personnel work at the...
crowded environments

Everyone wants to be safe and secure, but is it realistic to perform in crowded environments such as a metro station security screening like...

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