Clothes to Tell of Injury

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During a battle, there will always be wounded and dead, there is no way around that. But from a research conducted in the United...

Friend or Foe for the combat soldier- The Israeli Solution

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In complicated combat scenarios especially in urban areas the infantry warrior often finds himself in a situation awareness conditions in a battlefield when he...

Military technology is stranger than fiction

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They say that need is the father of invention, but an extensive article on the subject of the future battlefield published recently in the...

What could nano-technology do for defense?

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Many countries are investing a lot of money into building a defense system that can, on a day of command, deal with the many...

The Importance of Communication in Multinational Military operations

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The United States army, which is getting smaller as of late, is inevitably working in close cooperation with various different armies, but working together...

Israeli technology enlarges flight envelope

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Israeli technology used also on civil aircraft that serve as platforms for  military systems enhances their capabilities. Elbit Systems and the regional turboprop aircraft manufacturer...

New material, Graphene, to be tested for improved defense products

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The European Defense Agency (EDA) is investigating a new material, Graphene, for applications including camouflage and composites, reports Defense World. Graphene is a new material...

Body Cameras to Monitor Police Conduct

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Too many incidents occuring between police officers and civilians which involve controversial use of force by officers, brutality and unjustified shootings have caused a...

Biometric Security For Weapons

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Daily newspapers pages bring to our attention every so often incidents of a person taking a gun and shooting their friends or themselves, whether by...

Elbit Systems wins contract for Future Forces technology

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Elbit Systems announced today that its subsidiary, Elbit Systems Land and C4I Ltd. was awarded a contract from the Dutch Ministry of Defense, to supply...

iHLS TV Special Edition FUTURE COMBAT

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Different divisions of the U.S. armed forces, as well as other government agencies such as Darpa, are all working on developing high-tech armor that...

iHLS TV Future Forces For HLS

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Future Forces For HLS Future Forces 4 HLS   The upcoming conference for the HLS Future Forces is to be held on July 21st, bringing with...

Smart gun technology prevents unauthorized shooting

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According to The Handgun Trigger Safety Act proposed in the U.S, co-sponsored by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass), gun dealers would be required to install...

China Warns Its Soldiers: Wearable Tech Could Leak Secrets

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The Chinese military said fitness trackers and watches could send private and strategic data to hackers who've gained access to the vulnerable devices. China...

Will body cameras become a standard in the Israeli police?

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Body-worn cameras are rather small. Thus, they can be comfortably attached to a shirt pocket, collar, hat, or even specially designed sunglasses. Nevertheless, they...

Feeling protected in your fish scales

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A possible next generation material for combat soldiers’ uniforms A research team has developed a revolutionary material that has superior anti-penetration properties while remaining flexible....

iHLS TV Special Video Edition: The US Navy is testing Fortis...

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Register to iHLS Israel Homeland Security In this week's Special Video Edition, we discuss the US Navy and the US Army's use of exoskeletons.

iHLS TV Weekly Video Report – March 24th 2015

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Register to iHLS Israel Homeland Security In this weekly Video report (March 24th 2015): Turkey and ISIS – more than meets the eye US Navy resting exoskeletons ISIS’s...

Robot mannequin technology to test army suits against chemical warfare

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A robot mannequin with the power to walk, march and mimic the movements of a soldier has been unveiled by the British Ministry of...

US: Emerging wearable technology for first responders

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The U.S Homeland Security Department (DHS) is promoting innovative ideas around wearable technology that could benefit first responders. The department's Science and Technology Directorate launched...

US Navy is testing Fortis exoskeletons

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Illustration A US defense contractor has provided the US Navy with two Fortis exoskeletons. The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) has ordered a pair of...

First responders’ technology prize to be awarded by DHS

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U.S DHS launches $25K prize for innovative ways to track first responders indoors during incidents. The Homeland Security Department's research and development arm announced it...

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AI Model Enhances Heart Scan Analysis

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Experts from the Universities of East Anglia, Sheffield, and Leeds have developed a new groundbreaking AI method that improves the accuracy and efficiency of...