Protection

Protection

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In work that aims to protect soldiers from biological and chemical threats, a group of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists has created a material...

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Telos Corporation, a provider of continuous security solutions and services for the world’s most security-conscious agencies and organizations, today announced that it has been...

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Due to improvements in the field, the demands of connected cameras today are increasing. One of the technologies that security cameras offer us today is...

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Almost a decade passed since Israeli defence manufacturer Rafael premiered an innovative anti-missile defence system for armoured vehicles and tanks - the Trophy Active...

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As we’ve written here before, future wars could well be fought in space. The US Air Force is now looking for ways to protect...

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The US Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is embarking on a project to make military ground vehicles safer, faster, and smarter. The Ground...
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The Polish police has ordered two new robots for examining and neutralizing hazardous materials. The systems will be used by bomb disposal specialists and...

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Chemical weapons have been banned under international law since the 1990s, but many countries still hold on to pretty large stores of some of...

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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) will conduct a week-long airflow study, starting today, in portions of the New...

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There are many systems out there on the perimeter security market, the question is how to best combine them for maximum protection. The first line...
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China’s People Daily brings news of a new RoboCop type bot developed at China’s National Defence University. The Anbot is designed with anti-terrorism and...

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Washington is putting serious effort into pushing smart gun technology forward. The White House has just released a joint report by the Defence, Justice,...
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We all know tanks, more or less. At least, we all know what they are for: Advancing headlong into the enemy’s territory and winning...
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Since bullets appeared on the scene a few hundred years ago, nothing has been the same. If once some chainmail or plate armour was...

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A Lockheed Martin-built Miniature Hit-to-Kill (MHTK) interceptor was successfully launched from a Multi-Mission Launcher (MML) in an engineering demonstration on April 4 at White...

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A new report highlights the essential role of counter-terrorism technologies used by diverse partnerships formed across all levels of security services, from international agencies...

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When we think about protecting critical infrastructure, we usually imagine cameras, fences, men with guns, and other physical manifestations of security. But experts are...

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Researchers at the University of Sydney just made a major breakthrough in cyber security. They managed to get single photons to behave as carriers...

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Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are finally giving conservationists a significant lead in the fight against poachers. Lindbergh Foundation’s Air Shepherd Initiative employs drones to...

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Carbon nanotubes - is there anything they can’t do? They’re strong, hard, loaded with unique electrical, thermal, and optical properties, and have been heralded...
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As drones have become cheaper and more popular, so have the risks associated with them grown proportionally. Last year, in a second incident of...

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Strong Artificial Intelligence is still a long way off, it happens at all. But the worry that keeps creeping up is that once we...

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