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Australia Orders Sea Giraffe AMB Radars from Saab to Equip the Canberra Amphibious Assault Ships

Saab will supply the Sea Giraffe Agile Multi-Beam (AMB) radar to equip the Australian Canberra class amphibious ships. The value of the order is US$15.6 million. The Sea Giraffe AMB system comprises a multi-mission capable surveillance systems providing simultaneous air defense, air and sea surveillance,...

Scania strengthens cooperation with Laxå Special Vehicles

Scania has acquired 30 percent of the stocks in Laxå Special Vehicles, a company Scania has been cooperating with for adapting adapting cabs and chassis for special-purpose vehicles, a field Scania considers as 'strategic' for its international operations.

SIPRI: U.S., UK, France and Italy Continue to Lead the World’s Defense Market

The total arms sales of the world's top 100 largest arms producing companies has increased by $39 billion in 2008, to reach $385 billion; BAE Systems was rated by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) as the world's largest arms-producing companies. Four U.S....

An Israeli Helmet Display is Tailored for Rocket Planes

X Racers Debut at Tulsa with Revolutionary Live-Virtual High Speed Race Rocket Racing pilots participating at the upcoming Tulsa Airshow will have the first opportunity to experience and demonstrate the next generation helmet mounted display technology sofar available only to fighter pilots. The revolutionary Targo...

Eurosatory 2010 Exhibition Preview

World's Defense Industries Set Course toward paris New: Eurosatory 2012 Preview Flying robots, field medical operating facilities, wearable electronics will be some of the highlights of this year's Eurosatory defense exhibition. The world's premier land warfare event, Eurosatory 2010 will take place near Paris from 14 to...

Psyops and the Battle for Marjah

Photo above: F Company (Fire Support) 1 Royal Welsh in position in the area of west of Gorbay Noray, as part of Operation Moshtaraq. February 14, 2010. Photo credit: SSgt Mark Jones British Army, Crown Copyright. As the campaign to take over the town of...

Combating Terrorism & Crime: Prowlers in Cyberspace

Terrorism and unlawful activities have prevailed and flourished in the modern information age, with criminal activity rapidly adapting cyberspace as safe haven for illicit activity. Historically, national intelligence agencies have relied on the monitoring of public telephone networks, by establishing and performing 'legal eavesdropping'...

Combating Terrorism & Crime: Emergency Services as Information Outposts

Methodological recording of emergency-call services provide a wealth of information that can help improve public safety, highlight evolving trends in public safety and security and support crime investigations. Historically, reviewing enough calls to identify performance trends and challenges has been a manual task that...

Video Analytics Improving Surveillance

Security personnel are faced with an overwhelming volume of video and data, making it difficult to pinpoint events of genuine importance. Automated video analytical systems can help organize the information flow, to prioritize such vast amounts of video and data, for effective decision-making and...

Combating Terrorism & Crime: Analytics Unveil Hidden Clues

With the exponential growth in the volume and data complexity, agencies operating telecom interceptions need to handle growing numbers of information sources and the data overflow which accompany them, outsmarting sophisticated evasive techniques that exploit the relative anonymity offered by modern internet-based services. By...

Combating Terrorism & Crime: Location Tracking via Cellphones

Beside monitoring content and call activity, cellular networks provide powerful location tracking of active subscribers, enabling intelligence and law enforcement agencies to track the locations of tens of thousands of subscribers per second. These capabilities are being implemented by the network providers, with authorities...

Combating Terrorism & Crime: Stealth Probes Track Terrorists Online

Communications interception systems are designed to comply with Lawful Interception (LI) delivery standards. These include norms set by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) as well as the American Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA). However, some agencies are operating 'above the law' and are exempt...

Israel, U.S. European Command Embark on Juniper Cobra Joint Air-Defense Exercise

Juniper Cobra 2010
Tel Aviv - 22 October 2009: Israel and the United States have launched today, Wednesday October 21, their first day of the three-week Juniper Cobra 10 air defense exercise, being the largest ever joint-military exercises in missile defense, to be held by the two...

Bowing to International Pressure Iran Admits the Existence of Second Uranium Enrichment Site

Iran is constructing a second uranium enrichment facility, sofar maintained secret by Tehran. In its message to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Iran defines the Tehran site merely as a 'Pilot Plant' - but western intelligence experts agree it is 'well-suited for military...
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