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Elbit Systems unveils a new foliage penetrating radar

Elbit Systems unveiled today a foliage penetrating radar that provides effective persistent surveillance through dense vegetation, forests and jungle. The non rotating radar is used in fixed or temporary installations, as part of perimeter or border protection systems.

Controp Scouting for Applications for SPEED-A Aerostat-Based Payloads

SPEED-A Payload suspended under an aerostat
Controp is displaying its latest aerostat-optimized SPEED-A stabilized electro-optically payload system at Aero-India 2013, in anticipation of new opportunities maturing fr this unique system. The company is hopeful the system would be applicable for the Indian requirements for border and coastal protection, site protection and force protection, where tethered systems are have proved highly effective and economical in covering large areas, particularly over densely vegetated urban or flat terrain.

Terrorist Threat Outlook in 2012

Counter Terror Expo 2012 delegates are set to discover how the momentous events that have occurred during the past year, will force us to...

ISDEF 2011 Photo Gallery

Following is a gallery of images highlighting the recent ISDEF 2011

LAAD 2011 Photo Review

  Among the armored vehicles on display were the SandCat from Oshkosh, and the Gladiator, making its debut at LAAD 2011. Gladiator is a bulletproof vehicle...

Indian Navy to acquire amphibious aircraft

The Indian Navy is mulling acquisition of nine amphibious aircraft to keep an aerial tab on the Andaman, Nicobar and Lakshadweep islands off the...

Extendable Stick Turns Micro Robot into a Pole Cam

ReconRobotics has introduced a new, versatile add-on to the Recon Scout Micro Robot enabling the use of the robot either as a remotely controlled...

L1ID Splits between Safran, BAE Systems

BAE Systems announced today the planned acquisition of three intelligence services companies, for a total investment of almost US$300 million. The companies to be...

Homeland Security Technology from Israel

Weapons and Ammunition At Milipol 2009 Israel Weapon Industries (IWI) is displaying the X95 (Micro Tavor), designed for special units, offers high reliability and accuracy...

C-True Provides Self-Service Biometric ID Kiosks

The Israeli company C-True is displaying in Milipol 2009 a family of security systems utilizing the company's face recognition biometric system. Combining image capture,...

Homeland Security Technology from Israel: Electro-Optics

Electro-optical (EO) systems are providing essential capabilities for improving security, counter terror and combating crime. Advancement in this field include smarter video surveillance systems,...

Brazilian Federal Police Evaluates Israel’s Heron UAVs

Heron IAI concluded a successful demonstration of the Heron unmanned aerial system in Brazil. Performed for the Brazilian federal police, the Heron demonstrated its capabilities to...

The International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs’ Office of Aviation (INL/A)

The U.S. State Department through the Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs’ Office of Aviation (INL/A) is responsible for the curtailment of...

Training the First Responders

Deployment of sophisticated homeland security systems at the federal, state and even the municipal levels open new opportunities for simulation and training and simulation...
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