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biometric identification

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Innovation in biometric identification offer an exciting new frontier in security, with the global biometric system market expected to reach an estimated $32.4 billion...
airport security tactics

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The US Transportation Security Administration (TSA) recently released a video claiming to provide an inside look at airport security tactics - how the agency...
drone detection

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In recent years, Singapore has been showing a deep interest in the drone business, and more specifically drone detection. The country has acquired an...
airport security

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Airport security policy in the US is now focusing on passengers’ cameras. In an effort to improve the security of airline passengers and airports,...
anti terror

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Australia’s counter-terrorism police are using various means to enhance their capabilities against attempted terror attacks. These include, for example, drones the size of flies...
airport security

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Conducting airport security missions can be a complex task, which sometimes results in more than a few missed threats. Now, machine learning might help...
identifying terrorists in crowds

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Detecting and identifying suspects in crowds has become increasingly important in the fight against terrorist threats. The UK government has decided to advance the...
Deep Learning Technologies

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A new initiative seeks the application of deep learning technologies in enhancing airport security. The US Department of Homeland Security is turning to data...
ct scans

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A new luggage-scanning technology that increases security and speeds the screening lines in airports may be on the way. The US Transportation Security Administration...
mine detection

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During a recent technology demonstration, a new way to detect buried and submerged mines was unveiled. Dr. Rosemarie Oelrich, a scientist at Naval Surface...
chemical identification

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FLIR Systems has recently announced the Griffin G510 Gas Chromatograph-Mass Spectrometer (GC/MS). The device is essentially a first person-portable chemical identifier. The FLIR Griffin...
screening

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The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) will evaluate a new personal electronics scanner, the MobiLab ES, which is the only inspection system that effectively...
airports

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Manufacturers of airport security equipment may have a solution for travelers who fear they will have to give up laptops and tablet computers on...
radiation

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In accidents or terror attacks which are suspected to involve radioactive substances, it’s difficult to determine whether people nearby have been exposed to radiation...
x-ray

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Airports, central railway stations, and other large perimeters are well equipped with X-Ray screening systems for the detection of explosives or suspicious objects. But...
biometric technology

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The UK government is looking to meet with biometric technology firms to help determine existing marketplace capacity to provide fingerprint devices and capture software,...
biometric

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Today, in the 21st century, violence and terror are mightier than ever.  This trend has many reasons – from refugee movement and civilian wars...
emotion reading

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  An emotion reading technology might soon be used by police after a Russian firm recently created a tool that can identify people in a...
security

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An advanced baggage screening array will be installed at the new airport in Istanbul, Turkey. L3 Security and Detection Systems, a provider of security...
cell phone surveillance

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The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) for the first time is publicly confirming it uses cell phone surveillance devices in investigations across Canada. RCMP...
improvised explosive devices

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The current threat environment of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) concealed on persons, in vehicles, and in the mail poses challenges for traditional explosive detection...
big data

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A new challenge designed to bring the brightest minds in big data science together to solve real-world problems was announced by the British Defence...

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