Transportation Security

Transportation Security

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Uber ride-share services has been rolling out a new security measure tested in Atlanta and a few other cities in the US — using...

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‘Intelligent video analytics’ were deployed by the Indian Railways in order to assess crowd density at major railway stations and initiate crowd control measures...

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An unnamed US firm has approached Japanese Mitsubishi Heavy (MHI) for a possible partnership to develop an armored vehicle. Hisakazu Mizutani, the head of MHI's...

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Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd., developer and manufacturer of land, air and naval systems, has won a contract to supply its advanced Samson Mk...

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A security software provider and an IP surveillance provider team up to make Automatic License Plate Recognition (ALPR)-based analytics available and affordable. PlateSmart Technologies, creator...

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The Israeli Ministry of Defense (MoD) continues the tests series for IDF’s first wheeled armored personnel carrier (APC), this time at the Golan Heights...

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The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) announced that the United States and Cuba have reached an agreement which will allow federal air marshals on board...

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Two men jailed in Houston and accused of using pirated computer software to steal more than 100 vehicles may have exploited an electronic vulnerability...

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Drones might risk commercial aircraft while flying nearby. Lufthansa Airline company confirmed an incident involving a near-miss between an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), or drone,...

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A new EU-funded project has demonstrated a prototype device that can control and stop non-cooperative vehicles posing a threat, by disrupting the functioning of...

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As the need for armored civil vehicles has become more substantial in the last years throughout the raging Middle East on the one hand;...

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The terrorist attack on Ataturk International Airport in Istanbul has again has renewed the debate among security experts about whether the United States and...

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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) will conduct a week-long airflow study, starting today, in portions of the New...

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GPS is king, but it can still be unreliable. A busy street surrounded by skyscrapers won’t be getting great signal, nor will the inside...

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India is putting unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to good use for an ambitious project. Indian Railway has been using UAVs to inspect the construction...

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A police investigation is under way after a passenger plane approaching Heathrow Airport was hit by what is believed to have been a drone....

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By Arie Egozi The government in Israel is responsible for citizens’ death on the road every passing day. This government, and mostly in this context,...

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Autonomous cars may not be that common yet, but isn’t too early to be thinking about the future - a time when driverless cars...

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Six months ago, a bomb was smuggled onto a Russian Metrojet passenger plane, which exploded of the Sinai peninsula, killing all 224 onboard. This...

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The security IDs of more than 1,400 workers at America’s busiest airport, Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, were lost or stolen over a period of...

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Members of the general public operating unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) are a “a real and growing threat” to civilian aircraft, warns Tony Tyler, director-general...

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Diamond Aircraft, a German manufacturer of small single- and twin-engine planes, has developed a technology that has the potential to save many thousands of...

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