Geospatial

Geospatial

The integration of drones and manned aircraft in a common airspace has been one of the major security challenges worrying flight authorities. A new...
gps-denied environments

A new wearable search and rescue solution has been developed for Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) operations when GPS signals are unavailable. The battlefield...
Laser satellite illustration

A few months ago, China approved funds for the development of a dual-purpose laser device that could be mounted on surveillance satellites, with the...
smartphone

In the last 10 years, the world has been observing an information revolution in the form of space reconnaissance, showcasing a transition from complex...
quantum revolution

China is progressively emerging as a powerhouse in quantum science and is expected to leap ahead of the United States in the race to...
weather sensor

Weather sensors are required for a vast array of defense and security missions. The U.S. Air Force has recently awarded a multi-million dollar contract...
navigation

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) has been advancing wayfinding technology in order to improve travelers navigation experience...
tracking

For the first time, the NEON Personnel Tracker Solution was used to track personnel within challenging indoor, underground, and urban GPS-denied environments at the...

Currently, the landscape of drone-based security and imaging services is lacking precision. A new drone developed by Vtrus technology start-up can now, for the...

China’s military forces are equipped with a wide range of unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, in use across its army, navy, air force and...

While the operational arena keeps changing and evolving over time, coping with emerging threats and the development of new weapon systems and technologies, the...
emer

Some 80% of emergency 911 calls in the US are made from cellphones, and current technology relies on cell towers to give an approximation...

With the advent of technologies such as artificial intelligence, robotics, quantum computing, the Internet of Things, augmented reality, materials science, 3-D printing, and data...
self-driving vehicles

Autonomous vehicles need to become safer for broad consumer, ride-hailing and trucking industry adoption. A patented military-proven ground-penetrating radar (GPR) significantly improves navigation safety...

GPS, run by the U.S. government, had a nearly $56 billion economy in 2015. The GPS is currently used in nearly every major positioning...
gps-denied

Various technologies might not work at a time of need in GPS-denied environments. A new mapping and location solution can overcome this problem. The...

Drones use GPS to find their way without a pilot. But GPS signals can be easily blocked by tall skyscrapers or trees — leaving...

In time-sensitive scenarios, whether in active combat operations or disaster response settings, warfighters and first responders in subterranean environments are faced with a range...

A remote identification system under development will protect drone users from privacy encroachments while simultaneously providing air traffic controllers and aviation authorities with enough...

With over 120 million passengers arriving in the US each year via hundreds of different airports, putting the right people in the right queues...

In the Arctic, many of the nautic charts are built from scant sounding data, often from measurements that are hundreds of years old, because...

Emergency responders rely on real-time and accurate information for enhanced situational awareness and safety. Now they will be able to have better information about...

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