Robot firefighter puts out its first blaze

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A humanoid firefighting robot was live tested in the U.S. This was the first live test for SAFFiR – the Shipboard Autonomous Firefighting Robot –...

US Navy Researchers Develop Bio-Inspired Autonomous Vehicles

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Researchers at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) have designed and developed novel underwater propulsion, control, and sensing solutions for near-shore and littoral zone...

Much ado about the FAA’s UAS regulation

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The FAA's proposed drone legislation: the return of the nanny-state After months of waiting, the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) finally issued its official draft proposal...

iHLS TV Weekly Video Report – March 3rd 2015

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Register to iHLS Israel Homeland Security In this weekly Video report (March 3rd 2015): The international campaign against ISIS Bad Iran Deal in the Offing Innovative Face Recognition...

Dawn of the Drone – Electric UAVs in the coming decade

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Thousands of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) will be deployed in the next few years for both civil and military missions. Early adoption of new...

Advanced weapons and nuclear energy

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At the start of the 33rd Israeli Conference on Mechanical Engineering (ICME 2015), Gideon Frank, an Israel Electric board member, and formerly the Director...

Color-changing film detects chemical weapons

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A new way of detecting chemical weapons: thin-film materials change color in response to chemical warfare agents. In today’s world, in which the threat of...

iHLS TV Special Video Edition: Is the Taranis UAV operational?

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Register to iHLS Israel Homeland Security In this Special iHLS TV Edition, we discuss Britain’s Taranis unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), which was dubbed the most...

Technology’s answer to e-crime

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Cyber crime, aka e-Crime, presents a highly complex and sophisticated threat that has been evolving rapidly recently. The unfolding legitimate cyber world makes for...

Thermal performance breakthrough achieved

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Thermal resistance is of great interest to electronic engineers, since most sensitive electrical components generate heat and need to be cooled. Allowing heat to...

US: pushing the envelope on explosive detection

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A new collaborative effort of explosives detection innovation The Los Alamos National Laboratory is leading a collaboration of strategic public and private partners focused on...

Innovative Face Recognition technology

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In this day and age of highly advanced crimes on the one hand, and intensifying terrorism on the other, the sense among intelligence service,...

Cyber in the IDF: warfare and security

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The IDF is preparing for cyberwars to come. The Northern Command has recently inaugurated a cyber security array; the IAF has been practicing various...

Smaller and more powerful – laser weapons are proving their mettle

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Laser weapons, once the stuff of science fiction, are becoming practical – bringing militaries the ability to defend against attacks without having to make,...

Terrorism finance: experts worry ISIS already using Bitcoin

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Financial and terror experts are concerning about the ability to move cash around national borders could help ISIS fund attacks in the West. This...

Drone rules may be a boon to local industry

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The burgeoning drone industry could get a boost with the Federal Aviation Administration’s long-awaited proposed rules on how, where and under what conditions they...

DHS to rely on big data to protect critical infrastructure, networks

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DHS officials responsible for protecting federal civilian networks and critical industries from cyberattacks have recently referred to this issue. They said they are going...

FAA proposes new UAS regulation

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The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) published a framework of regulations allowing routine use of certain small unmanned aircraft systems (UAS)...

Cyber-Security Threats: Joint Initiative Accelerates Development and Adoption of Mature Technologies

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British Prime Minister David Cameron: “This government is committed to ensuring the UK continues to be a leader in the multi-billion dollar cyber-security industry...

Equation Group: The Crown Creator of Cyber-Espionage

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Kaspersky Lab discovers the ancestor of Stuxnet and Flame – powerful threat actor with an absolute dominance in terms of cyber-tools and techniques. For several...

The IDF’s future weapons systems

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What does the IDF's technological future have in store? The ground forces future arms systems and munitions, including the Armored Corps and Artillery Corps,...

iHLS TV Weekly Video Report – February 17th 2015

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Register to iHLS Israel Homeland Security In this weekly Video report (February 17th 2015): Cyber attacks on drones The Iranian nuclear crisis and the U.S. administration A new...

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Electronic Spider Silk Can Be Printed Directly onto Skin

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Researchers from the University of Cambridge developed adaptive and eco-friendly spider-silk-inspired sensors that can be directly and imperceptibly printed onto biological surfaces, from flower...