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US Police Uses Robot-Dog to Thwart Attack

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The Massachusetts State Police responded to an incident using a robodog called SPOT. After the police department was alerted to an incident involving a...
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Intensive Drone Military Testing Yields Promising Results

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The US recently concluded a series of experiments on new tech during Project Convergence Capstone 4 (PC-C4), involving the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines,...
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AI Technology as a Proactive Security Accelerator

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Written by Or Shalom The implementation of active security has many benefits. This kind of security is active and proactive by nature and is meant...
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Iran Supplies the Houthis With Hypersonic Missiles

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This news was initially reported by the Russian state-run RIA Novosti news agency, just weeks after Houthi rebels hinted at the “surprises” they have for the...
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New Stealth Camera Tech Replaces LiDAR to Tackle Laser Detection

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Researchers from the Southwest Research Institute in Texas developed camera-based autonomous driving tools that can work without using technologies like LIDAR and RADAR, an...
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New Laser Weapon Can Hit a Coin a Kilometer Away

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The Dragonfire weapon system was successfully tested and is getting closer to full production and may arm the British Royal Navy’s vessels within the...
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New Drone Invisibility Cloak

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Researchers from Zhejiang University in China reveal a new intelligent aero amphibious invisibility cloak that seems to bring magic into reality. The team claims...
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The Future of Urban Warfare is Machine Gun-Wielding Robot Dogs

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A Chinese team of researchers released a study that claims robot dogs equipped with machine guns can rival human accuracy and marksmanship, which could...
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Underwater Data Cables Cut Following Houthi Threat

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It is speculated that Yemen’s Houthi rebels cut three cables under the Red Sea that provide global internet and telecommunications, though it is still...
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Raytheon Reveals New Advanced Variant of Deadly AMRAAM Missile

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Raytheon successfully tests its updated Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile-Extended Range (AMRAAM-ER) missile variant and has showcased its increased capabilities. According to Interesting Engineering, AMRAAM is an...
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China Plans CCTV Moon Surveillance System

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China is planning to develop a Moon surveillance system to protect its Lunar assets, which will reportedly have millions of sensors and cameras for...
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Revolutionary High-Resolution Satellites Raise Privacy Concerns

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Startup company Albedo is setting out to collect and provide the highest resolution optical and thermal imagery from the sky. The images will have...
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New Worm-Inspired Robot Revolutionizes World of Robotics

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Snakelike, limbless robots would be extremely useful in search-and-rescue situations where they could navigate collapsed buildings to find and assist survivors, easily moving through...
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The Houthis Threaten to Sever Undersea Cables, Cause Worldwide Internet Shortage

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Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthis have been continuously attacking ships off the coast of Yemen since the beginning of Israel’s war with Hamas, claiming they will...
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Shadow S3 Unmanned Helicopter

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Ziyan UAS (a leading UAV manufacturer for civilian and industrial applications) recently revealed the Shadow S3 long-endurance uncrewed helicopter, a next-generation aerial platform that...
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Call for Dual Use Technology Startups

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Are you a startup company related to the security sector? Are you looking for recognition, international exposure, access to investors, and the ability to...
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‘Drone-in-a-box’ – New Drone-Truck Tag Team

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A new partnership between Rheinmetall Canada and Elistair aims to provide military customers with an on-the-move ISR solution that will combine Elistair’s fully automated...
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iHLS Innovation Centre Calls for Dual-Use Security Startups

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Are you a startup company related to the security sector? Are you looking for recognition, international exposure, access to investors, and the ability to...
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‘Evolution Eagle’ Military Spy Drone

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The Evolution Eagle is a revolutionary covert drone that looks like a bird of prey. Guard From Above is a Dutch company known for its...
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Killer Robots – What Are They, And Should We Be Worried?

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Thanks to the rapid development of AI, autonomous weapons systems (or "killer robots") will soon become a reality, and many international organizations have called...
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The US Navy’s New Anti-Ship Hypersonic Missile

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Raytheon is developing a new anti-ship, hypersonic missile for the US Navy’s F-18 aircraft. This development is phase one of the US Navy's planned Hypersonic...
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Revolutionary AI Gun-Detection System

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Bosch's new Gun Detection System combines video and audio AI in a multi-layered approach for proactive school security and offers a cost-effective, minimally invasive...

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Tiny Drone Gets AI Eyes to Navigate Autonomously

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An autonomous navigation system for small, light drones inspired by insects combines visual homing (using visual cues for orientation) with odometry (measuring distance in...