Terror attacks on rail systems by domestic terrorists: a major U.S...

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The terror attacks in Paris have renewed a sense of insecurity among residents of major U.S. cities. One of the latest Islamic State threats...

The U.S Visa waiver program is under attack by many experts

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The plan to apply a visa waiver program to the U.S is being attacked from many sides. Recently, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson acknowledged the...

More streamlined security checks at U.S airports?

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Thirteen years after the 9/11 attacks, Americans are beginning to adjust to less oppressive security checks at airports. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has...

Hovering UAVs secure Jerusalem’s light train

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BLADEWORX is among the presenters at the upcoming Autonomous Unmanned Systems & Robotics Expo on November 25-26 2014 The disturbances and riots which broke out...

Does Israel keep capitulating to foreign demands?

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The terrorist organization ISIS might introduce aircraft hijacking as part of its war against the West. Will this new situation provide Israel's Transport Ministry...

The week ahead: House eyes passport holders linked to ISIS

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U.S Lawmakers this week will focus on the threat of Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) members using western passports to enter the...

How wireless technology can dramatically improve ship safety

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Quickly and efficiently evacuating passengers and crew from a ship in case of emergency is a matter of life and death. With a view...

NYC bridges need better protection against terrorists

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New York City’s bridges have longed been the target of terrorist attacks. In 1993 officials discovered a plot by Omar Abdel-Rahman to target the...

‘Eyesight’ Software Will Scan for Suspicious Behavior

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The MARTA - Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority has contracted with a Houston-based security firm to analyze its surveillance video using an artificial-intelligence-based software that "learns"...

Photo-ID security checks flawed: Study

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Passport issuing officers are no better at identifying whether someone is holding a fake passport photo than the average person, new research has revealed. A pioneering...

Australia’s airports ‘seriously’ lack security

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The Australian Senate will consider calls for an inquiry into security at Australia's airports after a 7News investigation uncovered some 'serious' flaws. A key worry...

GPS vehicle pursuit darts

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High-speed chases can be dangerous both for police officers and the general public. To minimize that danger, a company called StarChase has developed a...

“MUSIC” WILL PROTECT AIRCARFTS

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Elbit Systems has developed the mini-MUSIC  system, the newest member of the Israeli company's  family of Directional Infra-Red Countermeasure (DIRCM) systems. According to the company...

Downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17- complicated investigation

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The U.S is doing a huge effort to prove that pro-Russian separatists are responsible for the downing of Malaysia Airlines FlightMH17. The United States is...

Global homeland security market to reach $364.44 billion in 2020

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According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research the global homeland security market was valued at USD 245.72 billion in 2013,...

TSA asked To Allow Privately Trained Dogs to Screen Cargo

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The U.S. Air forwarders Association told a congressional panel that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) should move toward permitting private contractors to train explosive-sniffing...

U.S. Airports Sue TSA Over Security Costs

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The U.S. airports are fighting against the federal rule changes that would require them to pay for staff at security checkpoint exit lanes starting...

Transportation Security Market to Reach $63 Billion by 2018

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A new report, Transportation Safety and Transportation Security Market Modes, Worldwide Market Forecasts (2013 - 2018), offered by market research firm MarketsandMarkets defines and...

Defenders of TSA Behavior Detection: Israel, Australia Do It

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In the wake of a report calling the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) behavior detection program unscientific, defenders of the program pointed to similar efforts...

Portable Scanner to Detect Concealed Weapons

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Prototype radar scanners that can detect weapons concealed on people in public spaces is set to undergo real-world testing next year. According to the...

Russia and NATO Develop New Crowd-Screening Sensors

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NATO and Russia are cooperating on a system that will identify terrorist bombers targeting big commuter hubs or sports venues. NATO said in a video...

New Report: Terror and Crime Lead to Improved Transportation Security

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After airports, it is the turn of the global mass transport market to beef up security, as governments begin to address the security risks...

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These Wearable Fibers can Generate and Store Energy

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Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) have developed new battery and solar fibers for wearable electronics with an ambition to develop...