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innotech

iHLS is proud to present INNOTECH 2021 - the International Cyber, Homeland Security Technologies and Innovation event. A giant two-day exhibition with national pavilions...
INNOTECH

iHLS is proud to present INNOTECH 2021 - the International Cyber, Homeland Security Technologies, and Innovation event. A giant two-day exhibition with national pavilions...
facial recognition

Facial recognition technology is increasingly used by US federal agencies - this is one of the insights of a new Government Accountability Office (GAO)...

The US Department of Defense’s biometrics and identity tools are on track to support joint all-domain operations. But in order to accelerate the adoption...
biometric

While the idea of a contactless scanning of your palm print to pay for goods during a pandemic might seem like a good idea,...
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...
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Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is testing technologies to modernize the travel experience and help people stay safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. SEA Spot Saver is...

Towards the Tokyo Olympics in July, Japan is enhancing security measures in public transportation. The Transportation Ministry is pushing plans to give railway personnel...
airport security

Various applications of the Internet of Things (IoT) in airports, automated vehicles on the runway and mobile security systems involve large quantities of data....

By Or Shalom The design, planning and deployment of physical security layers are based, among others, on technological systems and tools. In spite of the...
airport security

One of the most inconvenient parts of flying is having to take your shoes off for screening. A new shoe scanner will provide a...
access control

Now that the COVID-19 pandemic has raised concerns about the spread of disease through contact with physical objects, the US Army is looking to...
biometrics

A new biometric entry and exit system that will go into effect in Europe next year will require the processing of millions of people...

In December 2001, a terrorist attempt to blow up a US-bound American Airlines flight was thwarted after explosives were detected in the shoes of...
counter terror tech

By Or Shalom Terrorism has been a major international challenge concerning the world ever since the French Revolution up until now. During the 1970s, the...
video redaction

Emotion recognition technology - can it be considered biometrics 3.0? Emotion recognition technology tracks traits such as facial muscle movements, vocal tone and body...
airport security tactics

In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) is putting social distancing and other safety measures into place at airport...
deep fake

While artificial intelligence offers the power to drive a vast array of analytics solutions, many of the newest technology developments have been driven by...

The undercarriage of a vehicle could be seen as a threat to security and safety as explosives, weapons, narcotics, and other contraband could be...
biometric identification

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, people all over the world are required to wear face masks in every public venue. Beginning this month, the...
thermal imaging

Efforts to cope with the COVID-19 pandemic challenges might neglect security concerns that keep on being present. A dual-threat detection system can both detect...

The events of 2020 have certainly demonstrated the risks of trying to accurately predict upcoming events. However, it can still be insightful to try...