Border Control

Border Control

border crossings

A virtual border agent kiosk was developed to interview travelers at airports and border crossings. The technology can detect deception to flag human security...
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...
border defense

China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) has strengthened its power and management in border defense by developing new types of equipment that can be used...
drone

A new drone, the Borey-10 unmanned fixed-wing aircraft, allows a user to assemble the UAV in about 10 minutes, it is easily transported and launched...
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,...
border wall

While the US has been busy building its own border wall with Mexico, it has also been assisting other countries in constructing such security...
Facial Recognition Can Cause Privacy Problems

In today’s world, almost no one can hide from the authorities. There are cameras everywhere now, and with facial recognition algorithms your face could...
border portection

The U.S. has been continuing with its efforts to find technological solutions for the defense of its borders. A new integrated border security solution...
early detection

Flight safety solutions available today, such as radars for early detection, are not sufficiently effective in preventing collisions with birds, due to their technological...
Sensors

China is a rising power in today’s reality, there's no doubt about that. We in i-HLS.com have wrote extensively about the country’s efforts of...
Biometrics

Things like lightning fast DNA processing, biometrics recognition based on iris scans, thumbprint or voice patterns and video face recognition from vast distances seemed...
X-Ray Scan

Airport security first came to the public eye on September 11, 2001, when 4 airplanes were hijacked and crashed into U.S targets, killing almost...
disaster

During a disaster, thousands of people are trying to communicate through the same network at the same time in the same area. This results...
common viewer system

Customs officers are the front line of enforcing lawful and secure trade, screening for illegal contraband and dangerous goods. Their challenge is to quickly...

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

The new technology revolution is here. Video analytics is expected to be the next big opportunity for installers, system integrators and others, to win...
emergency

Apple's new operating system will come with an option to lock your iPhone's fingerprint scanner and bring up a hotline to the police. The...
autonomous cooperation

Swarm tactics are the latest trend when you’re talking about autonomous cooperation systems. MARSS has introduced a new version of its NiDAR command and...
facial recognition

The facial recognition market size is estimated to grow from $3.35 billion in 2016 to $6.84 billion by 2021, according to MarketandMarkets. In the...
autonomous vehicles

The Canadian Department of National Defence's scientists have started working on a new system to monitor Arctic waters, including autonomous vehicles. "It's important from...
face recognition

Facial recognition startups have lately been popping up in more and more airports. A  new one is supposed to be the fastest and most...

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