Non Lethal

Non Lethal

A quick, low-cost test for Ebola may be available within a few years, thanks to UC Santa Cruz researcher Ahmet Ali Yanik. Similar to...

The riots and disturbances in Jerusalem and its outskirts in recent months have one again proven the need for non-lethal crowd dispersal means. In fact,...

The Federal Bureau of Prisons is examining a new technology for its security details, a millimeter wave scanner, designed to screen visitors, internees and...

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) wants to crowdsource ideas for software that would make human speech recorded in noisy environments more easily...

In this weekly report (7 October 2014): Ebola as seen from space Domestic extremism Summit at the Whitehouse, Hackers unleash Shellshock bug New octocopter UAS Darpa looking into the...

Responding to disasters around the world requires communicating in foreign languages, the US Army’s Science, Technology and Experimentation division has teamed up with government...

How do you train a dog to detect a threat and issue an alert? Dogs are known for their highly keen sense of smell. While...

It is hardly a secret that when some people visit their family members or friends in prison, they have been to known to smuggle...

Police departments use state grants to cover the cost of new purchases of online programs, mobile apps and new gadgets to track crime, as...

Outcry From Social Networks and New Media Forces Governments to Invest Billions in Less Lethal Weapons  Over the next ten years, the Non-Lethal Weapons (NLW)...

Over the next ten years, the Non-Lethal Weapons (NLW) market is forecasted to emerge as a key domain for asymmetric warfare, law enforcement and...

Articles and issues discussed in this episode: The U.S. Navy's new LWaS, a low cost solution against drones, light aircraft and missiles New Israeli “star wars”...

Articles and issues discussed in this Episode: New Rafael remote controlled weapons station aimed at non-lethal use U.S. Department of Defense is developing a microwave-based, vehicle-stopping...

The U.S armed forces have realized that they need more effective non lethal weapons and tactics. This to be able to intervine in "trouble...

The London Metropolitan police want to use Tasers. This has created a lively debate about the use of this non-lethal weapon. One argument in favor...

According to a new market research report, "Non-Lethal Weapons Market (2013 – 2018)", the total non lethal Weapons market is expected to reach $1,146.2...

An Inderscience Publishers release reports that Pak Kin Wong and colleagues in the Department of Electromechanical Engineering at the University of Macau, in Taipa,...

Senior military leaders from 22 nations, most in the Asia-Pacific region, are gathered in Mongolia this week to learn about nonlethal weapons and how...

Russian riot police units are well equipped with water cannon, tear gas grenades and electric stunning devices. But international experience shows that so-called “non-lethal...

Israel has renewed interest in non-lethal weapons to disperse of demonstrators, specifically as response to mass assault on a border fence. Among other things, it...

Rafael’s weapon stations are being integrated in a growing pace into the inventories of homeland security units. Non lethal weapons are also being integrated. Earlier...