Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology

After over four years of experimentation, the US Army is beginning to send out the tiny Black Hornet nano-drones to operational units, a move...
nano-uas

France is advancing its Operational Pocket Drone (DrOP) program. The French Defense Procurement Agency (DGA) has awarded FLIR Systems with a $89 million contract...
security accelerator

Have you been developing a ground-breaking technology in the fields of video analytics, cybersecurity, unmanned systems, counter drones, terror tunnel detection, border security, etc.? We...
tiny bots

From conducting reconnaissance in advance of missions through to searching for survivors in collapsed, unstable buildings in humanitarian operations, the potential on future bee-sized...
AI-Human

U.S. defense intelligence is becoming increasingly concerned by a new technology rapidly emerging in the Chinese military - AI-human hybrid soldiers. Earlier this month, Intelligence...
nano-uav

A new version of the Black Hornet nano-UAV enables the warfighter to maintain situational awareness, threat detection, and surveillance for battle damage assessment, pre-deployment...
rocket propulsion

This is the next big thing in rocket propulsion. An Israeli company is developing a gel-based propellant that will change the way rockets and...
Alloys

Army researchers are now using metallic alloys in order to develop new materials with a broad range of capabilities for soldiers. With this technology,...
soft robot

Soft robotic capabilities and manufacturing at the point of need are among the US Army's top research priorities. Newly-developed 3-D printed robotic structures can...

Microrobots have been studied by the U.S. military for years, but they tend to be simple machines with limited intelligence. Recently, however, the Defense...
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...
microsatellite

When launched from the ground, rockets require lots of fuel to push through the dense air of those first miles. If another vehicle floats...
insect-sized flying robot

An insect-sized flying robot could help with time-consuming tasks like surveying crop growth on large farms or sniffing out gas leaks. These robots soar...
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,...
new discovery

Researchers have discovered a new two-dimensional material, derived from the rare element tellurium, to make transistors that carry a current better throughout a computer...
stealth aircraft

Stealth aircraft rely on special paint and body design to absorb and deflect radio waves—making them invisible to traditional radar. They also use electronic...
future forces

Interested in innovation in the defense and security field? Join us and learn from the leading defense industries and the best experts about the...
accelerator

Apply Now! Are you a disruptive startup in the security field?  We at the iHLS Security Accelerator are looking for innovative ground-breaking technologies offering solutions for...
security accelerator

Are you a disruptive startup in the security field? We at the iHLS Security Accelerator are looking for innovative ground-breaking technologies offering solutions for civilian...
non-lethal

The US Pentagon has been developing innovative non-lethal technologies. Its Joint Non-Lethal Weapons Directorate (JNLWD) is on the brink of developing a laser system...
nanotechnology

In materials science, enhancing one characteristic of a material will see a decline in a different characteristic. Strength and toughness are a pair like...

A group of three nanosatellites that will fly on a controlled formation flying for the first time will be launched at the end of...

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