Communications

Communications

fingerprint

Future smartphones will feature a temperature-sensitive fingerprint sensor placed under the screen. Finger sensor could be the safer, more efficient solution to authentication problems....
chips

Electronic devices that are critical to everyday life and to national defense are dependent on increasingly sophisticated semiconductor integrated circuits, or “chips”. From laptop...
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...
cell-phone

Researchers are trying to transform a smartphone into a Zika detecting device. A new research details efforts to rapidly and accurately diagnose Zika using...
battlefield

A new emergency beacon will save soldiers that get separated from their unit or lost in a hostile landscape. US soldiers presently carry a device...
phishing

The theft of user credentials, i.e. phishing, or delivery of malware through bogus links, has been a major cybersecurity problem. While emails have been...
communication

Emergency mobile communications technology developed by an Israeli company is being used by rescue teams working to save 12 teenagers and their coach trapped...

A 5G emergency network service that uses airship drones to search for survivors in the aftermath of disasters has been unveiled by South Korean...
connectivity

“Connectivity for everyone, everywhere is one of the great challenges of our generation. Facebook has already connected nearly 100 million people as a result...
dis

Canada stands to benefit from a space-related search and rescue system. The country has awarded Phase II of the Medium Earth Orbit Search and...
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)...
traffic

The global market for UAVs is growing rapidly as drones become established in diverse vertical markets such as agriculture, oil and gas, and logistics....
OSINT

Currently, one of the biggest challenges that intelligence officers around the world face on a daily basis is the information overload in open channels,...
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...
blockchain

The need for better data has been driving industries in large to adopt blockchain technology. Is blockchain going to change the global defense industry?...
camera

Computer science researchers have developed a new technology that allows public cameras to send personalized messages to people without compromising their privacy. The real-time...
cyberattacks

Cyber threats on Israeli companies, organizations, and infrastructure grow daily. The Israeli National Cyber Security Authority has been concentrating its efforts to thwart this threat...
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,...
smartphone

Law enforcement teams can now determine if someone is carrying a weapon or explosive - all without the need for a physical search -...
emergency

People suffering from cardiac problems rescued within 3 minutes have 70% more chance to save themselves. Now, a drone operating on a 5G network...
connectivity

Pentagon officials have long pointed out the vast distances troops have to travel when working in Africa. It’s no small matter to move people...
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...