Infrastructure Security

Infrastructure Security

The US Air Force is seeking a small- to medium-sized vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) UAV for missions at Travis Air Force Base in...
thermal imaging

Traditionally, thermal inspections have been time-consuming, limited to accessible areas, or required manned aircraft that typically yield low-resolution data at a high price. A...
unmanned systems

iHLS is delighted to announce the Conference and Exhibition on Unmanned Systems and Robotics - AUS&R 2018, the leading event held for the sixth...
unmanned systems and robotics

iHLS is delighted to announce the Conference and Exhibition on Unmanned Systems and Robotics - AUS&R 2018, the leading event held for the sixth...
shielding

According to various scenarios, Israeli installations and civilians’ homes are constantly threatened by enemy rockets. Two new products provide essential protection and ballisic shielding...
stadium

In the age of unmanned aerial vehicles proliferation, securing large events has become a complex task. UAVs are becoming increasingly more popular and capable,...
smart camera

Artificial intelligence is changing the way cameras work, leveraging these devices into analytical tools based on data. A new breed of chips tuned for...
civilian preparedness

The IDF has been gradually reflecting the concept that Israel’s next conflict will take place in two fronts: In the military front, the IDF...
drone

DJI has teamed up with thermal imaging specialists FLIR to launch a new two-lensed camera system. The double-eyed drone enables drones to break new ground...
rental vehicle

2017 saw a spate of terrorist attacks where rental vehicles were used as ramming weapons to cause death and destruction in various countries in...
spectrum sharing

Spectrum sharing by the military and private sectors could provide less-congested wireless channels for densely populated areas and more reliable connections for advanced communications...
cyber attacks

As railways adopt more automated, wireless and connected technologies, their most safety-critical assets have become exposed to new and more dangerous types of cyber...
nuclear inspection

Autonomous UASs will fly inside ruined nuclear power stations to conduct inspections. A team led by Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) in the US is...
drones

Quite a few drone developments focus on clean energy technologies for powering the unmanned aerial vehicles. But drones can also contribute to the environment...
train

UAVs have been making the process of capturing and monitoring rail information safer, cheaper and faster worldwide. The ability to view an accurate digital...
smart-city

A new lightweight, temporary alternative to traditional barriers made from concrete or steel blocks was recently deployed to protect fans from vehicle-led terrorist attacks...
accelerator

We at the iHLS Security Accelerator are looking for disruptive ground-breaking technologies offering solutions for civilian defense, securing government institutions, vital infrastructure and borders,...
iot

The market of the IoT connected devices is in the midst of a major revolution which has already altered every field, from domestic devices,...
weapon detection

New security tools are needed to prevent the types of mass shootings that have become endemic to US culture in recent years. With policymakers...
big data for security

The consequences of the Big Data revolution in all the technological fields and the role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) with this regard were the...
counter-UAV

Drones pose a present and evolving danger to people and property. New solutions are needed to mitigate threats in the skies over critical environments...
cyber

The old boundaries of cybersecurity and cyberattacks are disappearing — from the network perimeter, through distinct types of malware, to nation–state tactics vs. that...