Wearable Technology

Wearable Technology

unmanned systems

If you are part of the global and Israeli unmanned systems and robotics ecosystem, don't miss the leading annual event in this field: AUS&R...
exoskeletons

Drones, internet-connected vests and exoskeletons were put to test on the streets of Montreal. 150 unarmed soldiers and more than 100 researchers participated in...

First responders, soldiers, hazard material teams, etc. need hand-free communications equipment in order to be able to concentrate more on their missions. The development...
drone swarm

A brain-computer interface will enable a person to control everything from a drone swarm to an advanced fighter jet using nothing but their thoughts...
tracking

For the first time, the NEON Personnel Tracker Solution was used to track personnel within challenging indoor, underground, and urban GPS-denied environments at the...
frozen water

Diving in icy water is extremely dangerous to humans. As more Arctic sea lanes open up and the US Navy increases its readiness to...

New wearable sensors allow clinicians to monitor multiple wounded military personnel at the same time through a smartphone or tablet. Philips Healthcare, a global leader...

Smart clothes technology enters the field of search and rescue. The US Homeland Security Department (DHS) is looking to outfit first responders with uniforms...

Soldier augmentation has become another field in the competition between the Russian and the US military forces. Russia has been accelerating the development of...

Situational awareness is a critical challenge in battlefield. US Army researchers claim that a micro-display screen may be just what soldiers need for delivering...

The Danish firm MyDefense has developed a new clip-on device for drone jamming, Pitbull, designed to be worn by dismounted soldiers for hours at...

US Air Force is using new wearable medical technology which bring advanced deployed medical capabilities further forward on the battlefield. Researchers from Wright-Patterson Air Force...

The near-future battlefield will be characterized by the presence of Internet of Things: smart devices, soldier-worn sensors and unmanned aircraft will produce a nonstop...

The US Defense Department has been unable to find a root cause for pilots experiencing hypoxia-like symptoms, including disorientation, shortness of breath, confusion and...

The Human Universal Load Carrier (HULC) is a hydraulic-powered exoskeleton suit intended to support soldiers on the battlefield and allow them to transport heavy...
wearable technoloties

Over the past few years, the U.S. military has developed — and in some cases, even actually used — high tech wearable devices that...

Solutions for effective “closed-hatch” operations are regularly sought by engineers. That is, driving an armored vehicle with the top hatches closed in order to...
startup competition

The prestigious iHLS Startup Competition for Security, Defense & Homeland Security will be held next Wednesday, July 11, 2018 at the Dan Panorama Hotel,...
law enforcement

Every year, US law enforcement is assaulted and subjected to blunt force in the line of duty. Patrolling on foot, catching criminals, physical dispute...
special forces

For years, U.S. Special Operations Command has been working on a suit for special operators that would essentially provide power and resiliency beyond normal...
unmanned systems

iHLS is delighted to announce the Conference and Exhibition on Unmanned Systems and Robotics - AUS&R 2018, the leading event held for the sixth...
startup competition

iHLS is delighted to host for the first time the prestigious Startup Competition for innovative technologies in the security, defense and homeland security fields,...