Chemical Weapons

Chemical Weapons

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...

By Arie Egozi In recent years, we have been repeatedly warning here that the Israeli home front is not prepared for an emergency. But in...
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...
simulation

Training and simulation systems have been an integral part of military and homeland security operations. The application of new technologies in this field can...
future forces

The demand for compact, lightweight and portable sensors having the capacity to connect to smartphones and laptops or computers is increasing. Among these are...
Lab Working to detect Biological Weapons

Today’s battlefield can be a very unpredictable place, with threats coming from every direction, including from the air and from underground. Recent conflicts in...
anti terror

Britain has suffered quite a few terror attacks, mainly be Islamist Groups, with one to note is the London Underground attack in 2005. Now,...
explosives traces

Approaching suspected materials in order to check them is not always possible without risk. A new technology for the stand-off detection of trace quantities...

Intelligence analysis shows terrorist groups are actively pursuing Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) capabilities, are using battlefield environments to test them, and may be...
sensors

The US Department of Defense evaluates that the military’s traditional intelligence sensors are not always optimal for the tasks that have become more and...
drone threats

A report by Israel’s State Comptroller published yesterday, November 15th, reflects unpreparedness and considerable shortcomings regarding drone threats in Israel. The reports refers to...
chemical attack

The possibility of a chemical attack in a central urban venue has accelerated US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) efforts to develop more security...
wearable

Wearable electronics will be a $34 billion industry by 2020, according to analyst firm CCS Insight. Wearable sensors are capable of tracking processes in...
small ugv

Man-transportable robots have become more and more widespread in military operations. A supplier of battle-tested UGVs was recently awarded a contract for the supply...
terror

Tokyo Police conducted an anti-terror drill at a sports arena in central Tokyo based on a scenario of terrorists launching a chemical attack during...
first responders

A first-of-its-kind treatment for the life-threatening effects of cyanide poisoning will be developed soon. The treatment is needed because cyanide could be used as...

Subway systems are complex with many moving parts and miles of tunnels. A new project focuses on cleaning up a subway system after the...
chemical weapons

The Syrian civil war has brought chemical weapons back to the center stage in terms of international arsenals and defense methods. The U.S. military...
chemical identification

FLIR Systems has recently announced the Griffin G510 Gas Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometer (GC/MS). The device is essentially a first person-portable chemical identifier. The FLIR Griffin...
chemical weapons

The U.S. Army is using two state-of-the-art pilot plants, based on robots, in order to dispose of what remains of the more than 30,000...
nerve gas

New evidence supports the conclusion that Syrian government forces have used nerve agents on at least four occasions in recent months: on April 4,...
Indian-made equipment

A variety of Indian-made equipment has been handed over to key Indian security agencies. The Indian Defense Minister, Arun Jaitley, handed over E-Nasika, an...

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