Explosive Detection

Explosive Detection

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Cargo security checks in airports for the detection of explosives and other illegal substances are usually based on X-ray technology. While these scanners are...

The US Marine Corps has been fielding an unmanned system designed to neutralize explosive threats underwater. The explosive ordnance disposal remotely operated vehicle is...

The US Department of Defense is looking for new explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) technology for the near-peer competition. Improvised explosive devices planted by insurgents...
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The non-destructive detection of explosives is necessary to assure safety and security. It is essential for criminal investigations, minefield remediation, military applications, ammunition remediation...

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

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...
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Soon, bomb making materials will be identified in just 30 seconds. A method to scan for and identify a wide range of bomb-making materials...
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A groundbreaking under vehicle inspection for explosives and early warning system under development will improve security through artificial intelligence technology.  Synthetik Applied Technologies has been...
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A new miniature camera could find a place in the vision systems of autonomous vehicles, onboard planes or satellites to study atmospheric chemistry, or...
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Attend the seventh Conference and Exhibition on Unmanned Systems and Robotics - AUS&R 2019. Register! Representatives from government, leading defense industries, military, security forces and law...
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The AN/AQS-20A mine hunting and identification system is equipped with acoustic and identification sensors housed in an underwater towed body. The acoustic sensors detect,...

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...
hybrid ugv

The Tracked Hybrid Modular Infantry System (THeMIS) is the first hybrid fully modular unmanned ground vehicle in the world, claims Milrem Robotics. The vehicle...

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...

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

NATO members are accelerating efforts to cooperate on the development and fielding of unmanned maritime systems, according to an agreement signed by the defense...
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...
Robot

The British Army is about to obtain an impressive, advanced new explosive ordnance disposal robot with the ability to climb stairs, negotiate slopes of...
sea mine-hunting

Unmanned systems have become a frequent tool in dangerous sea mine-hunting missions. Now, a modified version of the MQ-8C Fire Scout unmanned helicopter has...

A novel x-ray technology will be used to develop the next generation of safe and rapid inspection equipment. Developed by the UK Defence, Science...