Situational Awareness

Situational Awareness

communication

Law enforcement officers coordinating and participating in dangerous operations to stop drug trafficking need reliable communications. The US Joint Interagency Task Force South (JIATFS),...

Every year, in the USA alone, an average of 54 firefighters and 165 police officers are killed, tens of thousands are injured and many...

During an emergency or disaster event, the response speed of the rescue teams and the coordination among the forces managing the incident are critical....

The German Army’s Puma armored infantry fighting vehicle (AIFV) will be upgraded in order to enhance the situational awareness of the combatants. The operation...
surveillance camera

A new technology allows public surveillance cameras to send personalized messages to people without knowing the address of the phone. The technology can be...

Solutions for effective “closed-hatch” operations are regularly sought by engineers. That is, driving an armored vehicle with the top hatches closed in order to...
special operations

The SEALs US Navy elite force is tasked with carrying out covert, dangerous and challenging missions across the globe. The Special Operations Command (SOCOM)...
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...
goggles

A new goggles technology helps US Marines identify potential buried explosive devices, find hidden objects in foliated areas and safely conduct tasks that require...
special forces

For years, U.S. Special Operations Command has been working on a suit for special operators that would essentially provide power and resiliency beyond normal...
situational awareness

In urban areas, where the force team faces hidden threats, there is a need to have a complete picture even with closed hatches. 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...
combat vehicle

Adding displays and panels to combat vehicles could potentially distract crews in an already-complex combat environment. Situational awareness and combat efficiency have to be...
startup competition

iHLS is delighted to host for the first time the prestigious Startup Competition for innovative technologies in the security, defense and homeland security fields,...
cloud platfform

Hyperconnectivity on the battlefield promises to drive a technological revolution for armed forces and engender a growth in demand for new capabilities to gather,...
geoint

In the defense and homeland security fields, the term Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) is typically used for the capability of monitoring, predicting and countering threats,...
friendly fire

Modern warfare, much of which takes place in densely populated areas, has led to an increase in friendly fire incidents. A new and surprising...
modular battlefield computing

A new modular family of rugged computers integrates networked battle command information system capabilities onto a common computing platform. The U.S. military announced a...
control tower

While single remote tower control has already been deployed and has been considered a revolutionary concept of Air Traffic Management, the most significant impact...
life-saving

The Internet of Things (IoT) will be able to contribute to emergency life-saving missions (IoLST). Emergency medical services (EMS) personnel in the US soon...
armored vehicle

The SandCat armored vehicle equipped with an advanced mission management system (MSIS) will serve as a special intervention vehicle. Equipped with the mission management...
tactical SUVs

A new collaboration has created ‘always-connected’ tactical SUVs for the likes of first responders and law enforcement. Microsoft has partnered with satellite connectivity firm...

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