Communications

Communications

first responders

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First responders’ successful operations depend to a large extent on good communications capabilities. The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate...
3d image capture

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As important as drones are, they are only a single part of a much larger picture. Future 3D capture solutions are the technologies of...
cyber-security

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If recent years could be defined with one thing, it would probably be the giant technological leap forward. With the benefits come difficulties, and as...
swarm

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Despite perimeter fences and other site barriers, intrusion into protected areas is not uncommon. When trespassing is detected in a protected area, the main...
first responders

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First Responders often lack sufficient means of communications in an emergency, due to the lack of cellular coverage etc., a situation that makes it difficult...
algorithms

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The Pentagon is increasingly focused on the notion that the might of U.S. forces will be measured as much by the advancement of their...
smallest sensor

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As the spread of IoT systems gains momentum, expectations are rising for sensor devices that support LPWA ( Low Power Wide Area) technology, which...
emergency

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Most of the languages in the world are “low-resource” languages for which there are a dearth of human translators and no automated translation capability....
autonomous and remote-controlled ships

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ESA (The European Space Agency) signed a Memorandum of Intent with Rolls-Royce to investigate how space technology can be used to develop autonomous and...
communication between the public and the police

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Communication between the public and the police often fails to reflect the whole picture, while the commanders are not always aware of problems in...
industrial iot

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As we move toward industrial things being digital and connected, putting in place the right communications infrastructure is a critical piece of the Industrial...
cellphone tracking

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Police departments across the USA quietly use a highly secretive technology developed for the military that can track the whereabouts of suspects by using...
solar

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The social media platform Facebook and aerospace manufacturer Airbus may seem an unlikely pairing, but they have is a mutual interest that has pushed...
groundbreaking technologies

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

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The United Kingdom will purchase Israeli missile defense shield based on Iron Dome to protect Falklands for £78 million. The Sky Sabre system, which...
shooter

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Several cases of mass shooting in public places have occurred in the US in recent years. A small, relatively inexpensive device could make the...
live-fire training

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Munitions ricochet during live-fire training can endanger the warfighters. In order to better protect them during training, a new Google Maps-style software tool has...
criminal intelligence

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A new national criminal intelligence system has been launched in Australia after completing a two-year pilot of the nascent inter-jurisdictional platform. Now the Australian...
cybersecurity

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Cyberattacks are prevalent also at sea, and are one of the most serious and emerging threats facing the US Navy. For this reason, Naval...
deep learning

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IoT technologies have been recently going through a major revolution with the incorporation of strategies from the artificial intelligence and deep learning fields, which...

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Some people consider IoT (the Internet of Things) as the next industrial revolution. The connected devices networks present in all aspects of life and...
cockpit

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Lockheed Martin has selected Rockwell Collins to provide the Flight2 all-glass integrated flight deck for the Greek Navy’s P-3B Orion four-engine turboprops. The modification...

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