Non Lethal

Non Lethal

Photo illus. active shooter training - U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Michael Anderson. DVIDS

Following the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, and mainly the weak response by police who didn't move in to kill...
Laser Weapon Systems, Photo by Lockheed Martin

An invisible beam was fired by the ground-based laser system at the red drone as it flew. A glowing orange glow suddenly appeared on...

The US Department of Homeland Security is looking for technology to support the development of officers’ skills in the use of force and de-escalation...

A new rectangular, pocket-sized stun grenade about the size of a smartphone is now offered by Rheinmetall. The Spectac non-lethal effector is specially designed for...

A new generation of non-lethal weapons – and the advent of small drones able to carry them – offers new options for armies preparing...

Submarines are at their most vulnerable when transiting on the surface in busy waterways. As such, force protection is critical in order to shield...

Coping with crowd control missions, security and military forces often lack safe, non-lethal weapons with sufficient range.  While rubber bullets are only effective out to...
Photo 2 Protector by Rafael

By Arie Egozi The problem is universal and some countries are now confronted by it in a growing pace and severity. An exclusive economic zone (EEZ)...
non-lethal non-painful weapon

A new device, developed mainly for law enforcement agencies, is allowing officers to use force to stop suspects without causing them any pain. The...
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Chinese scientists have recently developed a new nonlethal weapon to be used against rioters and protestors by police officers as an alternative to lethal...
Photo illus US Air Force

Rubber bullets and tear gas are not the only nonlethal weapons available in dispersing illegal demonstrations. The US Marines have been recently testing a...
Photo illust. Wikimedia

Deterring people from engaging in violence has always been a very difficult task. Realistically, there will never be a legitimate solution to it since...
Photo illust. US Navy

Stun grenades are a non-lethal weapon used by law enforcement, SWAT teams and military servicemen in order to temporarily disorient a suspect’s or an...
swat

A small unmanned aerial vehicle (sUAV) was used during a barricade incident involving a robbery suspect, demonstrating capabilities in SWAT operations. For the first...
K9

The use of K9 by law enforcement and security agencies in riot and crowd control, physical protection and other emergency situations has proven to...
bot

A Chinese underwater bot has recently set the record a national depth record for a remotely operated vehicle. The robot drove 6,001 meters below sea...

A new non-lethal technology could be also used for lethal applications. The U.S. Marine Corps is developing a laser crowd control device which can...
Autonomous

As integration of both autonomous drones and driverless cars in our societies approaches, the race to safety in both industries increases, as to keep...

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...
non-lethal

A non-lethal development may be useful to military and law enforcement agencies. The StunStick device, an electro-muscular incapacitation system designed to subdue its targets...
non-lethal

Over the backdrop to the recent riots in the Gaza Strip border and the West Bank, Israel’s DDR&D (MAFAAT) of the Ministry of Defense...
rotary-wing

The US Army’s Future Vertical Lift cross-functional team wants to integrate new unmanned aerial systems into its family of rotary-wing aircraft, according to the...