Sensors

Sensors

arctic

Commercial shipping, tourism and cruise ship traffic to the Norwegian northern archipelago of Svalbard and the surrounding marine areas have all grown dramatically in...
coast guard

The US Coast Guard is checking the possibility of carrying out many of its missions through the use of short-range UAVs, with the aim...
vehicle

Automated license plate readers (ALPRs) are a specialized camera often mounted on police cars that can scan at speeds of up to 60 plates...
space

Today, space is more congested and contested than ever before, and threats against U.S. capabilities grow every day. Space Situational Awareness (SSA) has long...
command center

Today's increasingly complex public safety situations call for new approaches that are built on integration and automation and are constantly evolving. A new platform...
underwater mines

The KATFISH-M, a ruggedized version of KATFISH Towed Synthetic Aperture Sonar Platform for real-time, detection and classification against underwater mine threats, has successfully completed...
demontsration

The first demonstration of a long-endurance RPA was carried out by a private company in Japan. General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, Inc. (GA-ASI) started the...
military

The demands of future battlefields will force the military medical community to prepare for operational environments that are vastly different. Enemy air superiority may...
transparency

A new addition to an officer's gun will enable policemen to have more transparency with the public. Including their body cameras, police officers’ guns now...
anti drone

Airports worldwide have been facing a growing security challenge posed by drones. Drones approaching critical parts of an airport operation (such as the final...
Police

As body cameras get cheaper and the market gets more competitive, the largest supplier of law enforcement body cameras in the U.S., Axon, is...
new naval sensor

A new naval sensor designed to track advanced weapons including supersonic missiles has entered the production process. The Sea Fire digital radar, manufactured by...
see through walls

Researchers from Graz University of Technology in Austria want to change the way we interface with drones, using augmented reality to turn them from...
recognizing faces

Thermal cameras are all over the modern battlefield, from intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance assets such as drones or vehicle and dismounted targeting systems. But...
puma uav

Small UAVs have helped transform the way U.S. and allied forces plan, train, equip and operate. Now, the Puma UAV is fielded to the...
radar

DeTect has completed the commissioning of a HARRIER Ground- Based Sense-and-Avoid (GBSAA) radar in Spain. The system, supplied to a provider of aerial emergency...
solar

A new solar electric unmanned aerial vehicle, which has the potential to fly for up to a year before needing maintenance, has become a...
ihls security accelerator

Apply Now! Are you a disruptive startup in the security field?  We at the iHLS Security Accelerator are looking for innovative ground-breaking technologies offering solutions for...
future forces

Interested in innovation in the defense and security field? Join us on May 9, 2018 and learn from the leading defense industries and the...
traffic management

UASs have been playing an increasingly important role, requiring more low-altitude air traffic management solutions. In response to this growing need, a next-generation air...
future soldier

A Future Soldier System (FSS) has been recently sported by the Malaysian Army. The system is an element of the Armed Forces’ wider Network...
small targets

Whether searching for refugee boats at long range, enforcing fisheries protection rights, stopping drug runners, or rescuing people in water, patrol aircraft need all...

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