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aircraft damage

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The detection of aircraft damage at a late stage might cost huge resources and even lives. Researchers with the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) and...
training

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Haptic wearables interest more and more agencies in the military sector. While experiencing something in virtual or augmented reality can be pretty life-like, adding...
cybercrime

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As cybercrime continues to escalate around the world, defenders from both the public and private sectors must meet the threat with equal force. Global...
shooter

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Several cases of mass shooting in public places have occurred in the US in recent years. A small, relatively inexpensive device could make the...
control towers

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The traditional control tower is about to undergo a technological change. Being built by Cranfield University and Saab, an innovative facility will let air...
command and control

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The US has been accelerating research in space command and control technologies in order to quickly achieve military situational awareness and execute operations in...
new uas flight app

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UAS users can now make decisions about flight safety more in a more informed way. A partnership between AirMap and Kespry will result in...
patriot missiles

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In recent years, NATO member Poland has sped up efforts to overhaul its military in response to Moscow’s renewed military and political assertiveness in...
live-fire training

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Munitions ricochet during live-fire training can endanger the warfighters. In order to better protect them during training, a new Google Maps-style software tool has...
RPAS

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Leonardo’s Falco EVO Remotely-Piloted Air System (RPAS or UAV) has been selected by two customers in the Middle East and Gulf region. The Falco...
groundbreaking technologies

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We at the iHLS Security Accelerator are looking for innovative ground-breaking technologies offering solutions for civilian defense, securing government institutions vital infrastructure and borders,...
iot cameras

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Cybersecurity professionals have warned for years that IoT presents potential safety and privacy concerns for consumers. Now there are widening concerns regarding the risk...
air cargo security

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

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Engineers from two universities, Ruhr-Universität Bochum and University of Duisburg-Essen, have developed novel signal processing methods for imaging and material characterization with the aid...
autonomous transportation

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An integration program in the autonomous transportation field was recently announced. NEXT Future Transportation, a modular vehicle solutions provider and Digital Barriers, which expertises...
compact uav

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Increasing the flight time of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) has been an important task for many manufacturers, as it enables the UAV to operate...
accelerator

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During a special meeting at its new offices in Kiryat Atidim, Tel Aviv on November 15th, iHLS presented to its Advisory Board its vision,...
criminal intelligence

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A new national criminal intelligence system has been launched in Australia after completing a two-year pilot of the nascent inter-jurisdictional platform. Now the Australian...
police

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China is continuing its trend of robotizing human jobs. After replacing pharmacists with robots and developing a robotic police patrol officer, China wants technology...
drone swarm

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Researchers envision swarms of more than 250 autonomous vehicles – multi-rotor aerial drones, and ground rovers – to gather information and assist troops in...
cybersecurity

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Cyberattacks are prevalent also at sea, and are one of the most serious and emerging threats facing the US Navy. For this reason, Naval...
deep learning

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IoT technologies have been recently going through a major revolution with the incorporation of strategies from the artificial intelligence and deep learning fields, which...

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