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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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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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Can Hackers Hijack Flights?

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Flysmart+ is an iOS app for pilots to calculate aircraft takeoff performance, weight, and balance, developed by the Airbus subsidiary Navblue. It was recently...
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New eVTOL ‘Quiet as A Dishwasher’ Will Hit the Market In...

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Supernal, a company under Hyundai Motor Group's Advanced Air Mobility (AAM), revealed its latest eVTOL vehicle at CES 2024 named S-A2, which represents a...
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NASA Drone Test is Good News for Air Taxis

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Researchers at a NASA Research Center conducted a successful test in which they released several drones and let them fly unobserved to see if...
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Airbus Tests Tablet-Driven Autonomous Helicopter

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Aircraft manufacturer Airbus achieves a breakthrough with its Vertex project- a tablet-controlled autonomous helicopter that streamlines missions, reduces pilot workload, and enhances safety in...
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Thieves Go High-Tech To Steal Today’s Computerized Cars

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Today’s cars can contain over 100 computers and millions of lines of software code, which are all networked together and can operate all aspects of...
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Eurostar Biometric Check-Ins Cause Debate

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  Biometric check-ins are common in airports worldwide, and now railways are adopting them, which is fuelling ongoing debates on whether the convenience of ticketless...
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Fastest Supercomputer in Japan Will Turn Flights Safer

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Researchers believe this innovation will help build a more predictive model and prevent future incidents of dangerous clear air turbulence. Air turbulence mid-flight is a...
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Are Trains at Risk from Cybercrime?

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Cybersecurity concerns are rising along with political tensions, and it seems that critical infrastructures might be at risk. So far, attacks used to be...
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How AI Can Enhance Public Transportation

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Service reliability is often the reason people prefer using private vehicles rather than public transportation. If AI can help us improve many aspects of...
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Ransomware Attack Threats – Cyber Security Epidemic

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Ransomware attacks have become the mainstay of a billion-dollar industry that targets businesses including major multinational corporations, schools, government agencies and even hospitals. Increasingly,...
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What About Automotive Cyber Security?

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The autonomous, connected, electric and shared (ACES) trends bring new requirements that modern automotive operating systems need to be capable of handling. The growing...
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The Automotive Revolution Is Here!

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Many media outlets have begun talking about an "automotive revolution" which might begin soon. Well, apparently it has already begun. This technology goes by...
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US Army Responds To Increased Riots

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Over the course of the last few years, the US had seen a rise in the number of riots and political activism. As a...
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Critical Infrastructure Secured Via Artificial Intelligence

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A new project launched in Japan aims at improving the security of critical infrastructure using artificial intelligence solutions. The non-profit organisation IOTA Foundation, developing...
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Drones and Planes Will Share the Same Altitude

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Currently, automated unmanned aerial vehicles beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) flight in unrestricted airspace is a very significant barrier to overcome in order...
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The UK Combats New Threats Via Offensive Cyber 

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At least 60 serious cyber attack attempts target the armed forces and other parts of UK defense every day. In order to confront this...
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Self-Protection System Capable Of Detecting Danger

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Hensoldt is expanding the performance of its MUSS (Multifunctional Self-Protection System) self-protection system for armored vehicles in order to detect and ward off additional,...
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Making Vehicle Networks Safe From Cyber Attacks

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In-vehicle networking protocols are bandwidth-constrained, difficult to scale and lack common security requirements. That makes it difficult to deliver enough bandwidth and compute power...
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New Drone Can Sense Threatening Gases

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A drone-based micro-sensor technology will identify explosives from the air. Professor Otto Gregory of the College of Engineering at the University of Rhode Island...
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Self-Driving Cars – Now With 20 Years of Experience Included

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The effort to develop self-driving technologies has been active and present in our lives and around the world, with many companies dabbling in the...

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“Responsible AI” – The Solution to the Deepfake Threat?

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Several months ago, thousands of Democratic New Hampshire voters received a telephone call from none other than US President Joe Biden urging them not...