Screening

Screening

explosive

The development of sensors for explosives such as TNT is of huge interest. TNT is an explosive material widely used for military, industrial, and...
facial recognition

Facial recognition has become a preferred security measure in China. An increasing number of Chinese airports are now using facial recognition systems to help...
drone

DJI has teamed up with thermal imaging specialists FLIR to launch a new two-lensed camera system. The double-eyed drone enables drones to break new ground...
radar

Mosquitoes have claimed more human lives than all wars combined – their infectious bites still cause more than 1 million deaths each year, according...
border

By Arie Egozi Israel sells its border security technologies worldwide, but our own borders are being breached. This morning, a serious disaster was thwarted when...
identity verification

A portable Identity verification is one of law enforcement’s most pressing needs. The sooner police officers can identify suspected dangerous people, the lower the...
big data

Along the huge advantages of big data as a source of efficient, real-time insights for the benefit of commercial and security sector applications, this...
weapon detection

New security tools are needed to prevent the types of mass shootings that have become endemic to US culture in recent years. With policymakers...
airport security

Recent worldwide terrorist attacks have demonstrated that the ticketing/check-in areas and security checkpoints of airports are targets of interest for terrorists.  The US Department...
panoramic thermal imaging

Sometimes there is a need to cover a wide horizontal field of view in the imaging. The commercial solutions for providing broad panoramic thermal...
Olympics

The Winter Olympics will take place in South Korea during February, and the country is planning to deploy 10,000 police officers in and around...
nuclear materials

A new vest will help law enforcement and military agencies search for nuclear material without being noticed. “The idea was pretty simple — we...
X-Ray Scan

Airport security first came to the public eye on September 11, 2001, when 4 airplanes were hijacked and crashed into U.S targets, killing almost...
explosives traces

Approaching suspected materials in order to check them is not always possible without risk. A new technology for the stand-off detection of trace quantities...
TSA

A new security screening technique currently being tested in the US is designed to scan large crowds and spot hidden explosives and suicide vests....
common viewer system

Customs officers are the front line of enforcing lawful and secure trade, screening for illegal contraband and dangerous goods. Their challenge is to quickly...
cellphone tracking

Police departments across the USA quietly use a highly secretive technology developed for the military that can track the whereabouts of suspects by using...
emotion scanning

The ability to tell us live in real time what a certain person is feeling and give insight into certain personality traits which can...
sensors

The US Department of Defense evaluates that the military’s traditional intelligence sensors are not always optimal for the tasks that have become more and...
air cargo security

The airport security field has been undergoing upgrading and enhanced security processes during recent years. The requirements of the TSA (US Transportation Security Administration)...

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license-plate reader

A new license-plate technology will not only improve on efficiency, but also enhance police officer safety. The Automated Licence Plate Recognition (ALPR) system scans...

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