Non Lethal

Non Lethal

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...
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...
less-lethal

A new munition product addressing the less-lethal market was recently launched. The patented technology allows for delivering a significantly greater kinetic energy in a...
electroshock weapon

A revolutionary wireless electroshock weapon is in the process of issue by the US Patent Office. The device is defined as a non-lethal weapon...
smart weapons

More and more law enforcement agencies prefer smart weapons as a less lethal solution for the use of force in public safety missions. Conducted...
cyber attack

By Arie Egozi This time the cyber attack was used for extortion. But it may go further, much further and cause huge catastrophes. Hackers exploiting malicious...
weaponized drones

Weaponized drones represent a future for policing — and could be a necessary option in moments when lives are at stake, as some lawmakers...
small drones

  The US armed forces keep looking for new technologies to counter small drones, as they have become a threat from both law enforcement and...
training

Praetorian Digital, a digital media company in the public safety and local government market, recently announced that TASER International has selected the company’s PoliceOne...
unmanned surface vehicle

On-water testing began for the fourth-generation Common Unmanned Surface Vehicle (CUSV), supporting the U.S. Navy's Unmanned Influence Sweep System (UISS) program. The Navy intends...
taser

The TASER X2 incorporates law enforcement agencies’ most requested features such as a backup shot, dual lasers, and a warning arc to protect life...

A new compact, lightweight weapon will stop a target in their tracks from a hundred meters away without harming them. Introducing the Pogojet. Most non-lethal...

The Turkish Finance Ministry has spent 10 times than previous year on buying armored water cannons, armored carriers and helicopters for the police due...

Croatia closes seven of the eight road crossings after 11,000 people, who were turned away from Hungary, flooded into the country in a matter...

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