CBRNE

CBRNE

Photo illlustration US Navy

While nuclear weapons and their hazards are well known, radiological weapons somewhat less so. Radiological weapons are designed to disperse highly dangerous and even...
Photo illust. US Navy

Chemical weapons used to be very prevalent years ago and are still pretty common today. They are extremely deadly and can cause a substantial...
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Emergence and development in robotics, biotechnology and nanotechnology will significantly impact the homeland security market in the forthcoming years, empassing border security for land,...
police work

Police forces that encounter a suspicious room during a house search need to know which chemical substances they are confronted with. Usually, the analysis...
computing

A new supercomputer under development will have big data analytics and deep learning applications in the energy, defense and security, science, industry and many...

Emerging technologies could facilitate the production and use of biological weapons. Advances in 3D printing, artificial intelligence and robotics could increase the possibilities for...
chemical

Drone technology will have an important role in the UK’s defenses against chemical weapon attacks. Defense secretary Gavin Williamson has announced an £11m plan...

Russia has been making efforts to advance a nuclear-powered unmanned underwater vehicle program. The Russian Navy plans to place more than 30 Poseidon strategic...

A new unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) built especially for infantry, EOD, and CBRN personnel has been revealed. The lightweight, rugged Scorpion is easy to...

With recent and continuing world events regarding non-conventional warfare, the US ability to effectively fight and win in an environment that involves weapons of...

Detecting small amounts of dangerous nuclear material in one container out of millions is a challenge to security professionals worldwide, as solutions are needed...
detection device

A new chemical agent detector is developed by the U.S Army as a response to the challenges of site exploitation - the collection of...

The Berlin Police Department has received a heavily protected Survivor R special operations vehicle. The vehicle was ordered in September 2017 as part of...
biological

The US Department of Homeland Security has been enhancing its efforts to keep biological threats from coming across U.S. borders. It is within this...
exoskeletons

Drones, internet-connected vests and exoskeletons were put to test on the streets of Montreal. 150 unarmed soldiers and more than 100 researchers participated in...
cBRN

Australia is equipping its armed forces with new chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense capabilities. The defense ministry signed contracts worth A$238 million with...

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has signed a collaboration agreement with DOK-ING from Croatia on the manufacturing, marketing and sales of a robotic system to...

The US Congress has taken steps to enable the development and approval of countermeasures to thwart pathogens that could be employed as weapons in...

On average two people die in the US every day as the result of incidents that take place within confined spaces. In many cases...
nuclear

A major progress has been achieved in tackling some of the most complex problems of the environment, the cosmos, and national security - detecting nuclear...
nuclear

One of the US premier nuclear weapons labs now has the capability to disable drones or any other unauthorized unmanned aircraft systems flying over...
chemical warfare agents

Offering an innovative, low-cost and rapid means of threat agent detection, a new sensing technique may offer significant advantages for deployed warfighters. Researchers from...

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