D.I.Y Weapons

D.I.Y Weapons

The global explosive detection technologies market growth is projected to progress at a CAGR of 6%, and reach US$ 12 Bn by the end...
UGV

All US military forces will now use a common robotic platform for EOD and CBRN operations. In an era of increased joint service operations...

Besides deploying specially armored vehicles and using defensive equipment such as jamming devices, mine roller attachments, armed forces have to regularly check routes for...

The US Marine Corps has ordered more than 140 Centaur unmanned ground vehicles (UGV). Centaur is a medium-sized UGV that provides a standoff capability...

A new water cannon technology helps cope with the threat of improvised explosive devices (IEDs). A versatile tool - Reverse Velocity Jet Tamper (ReVJeT)...
seeing through walls

Advanced technology can aid soldiers make better-informed decisions in real-time at various battlefield environments. The U.S. Army is now looking for products and technologies...

Radioactive materials are often used by industry for tasks that use radiation to supply information. For example, the radiation can be used to help...

Roadside improvised explosive device (IED) is typically made by civilians using conventional materials and commercially available chemicals. Such improvised explosive devices can be used...

A world-first technological solution was developed in response to the threat of explosive drones and incendiary balloons and kites, frequently launched from Gaza into...

Car manufacturer is offering a technology that could help the military save lives. General Motors is developing commercial vehicle technology that could dramatically lower...

Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) can be very difficult for soldiers to detect, as they're made in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, and...
airport security

Airport passengers often complain about the long security lines and the security check-ups that they are obliged to go through, mainly having to take...
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A mini, multi-purposed UGV has been designed and is ready for use by armed forces, police forces, and fire fighting forces around the world. Designed...

Research found that when an explosion starts, it requires a reaction speed of 120-150 milliseconds to halt it. After an explosion is detected, gas...

The presence of non-metallic unexploded ordnance on U. S. military ranges, including less conductive materials like carbon fiber in the ground, endanger the soldiers...

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

Screening inbound mail against postal IEDs and other personal harm devices is becoming a standard practice in organizations. The past series of mail bombs...

A recent publication by the Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center evaluates that ISIS still has drone warfare capabilities despite setbacks and Syria...

The development stage of the SAHAR system - a ground robotic engineering scout - has been completed by Israel’s MoD Defense Research and Development...
terrorism

Asymmetric warfare, meaning conventional militaries combatting guerrilla and terrorist organizations, has long posed a challenge for states. New technology combining mobile platforms with the...
explosives detection

In order to upgrade and improve airport security systems, the U.S. government and airport security experts are working to develop vendor-neutral software for explosives...

Approximately 3,000 improvised explosive device (IED) incidents were recorded in the United States in 2017, killing 10 people and wounding dozens. These homemade explosives...

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