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Smart Border Fence: Innovations and Developments

Smart Border Fence: Innovations and Developments

New sensing technologies provide smart fences with the capability to locate intrusion with accuracy of few meters.

US: the Federal Bureau of Prisons introduces Millimeter Wave Scanner

US: the Federal Bureau of Prisons introduces Millimeter Wave Scanner

*Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security The Federal Bureau of Prisons is examining a new technology for its security details, a millimeter wave scanner, designed to screen visitors, internees and prison employees. All incoming persons currently undergo physical examination, but the new scanner will enable screening for contraband rapidly and without requiring any intrusive checks. The […]

Dogs’ olfactory senses, screening, airport and border checkpoints

Dogs’ olfactory senses, screening, airport and border checkpoints

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The advent of the electronic nose

The advent of the electronic nose

UAVs and mobile tracking technologies

UAVs and mobile tracking technologies

*Article courtesy Israel Homeland Security Unmanned vehicles and innovative mobile apps – these are the cutting edge technologies used to maintain order at large airports nowadays. The latest addition are the mobile tracking technologies. Helsinki international airport is the first in the world to enable passengers to sue mobile tracking technologies in real time from […]

Unmanned Underwater Vehicles and port safety

Unmanned Underwater Vehicles and port safety

Bios Swimmer is an unmanned vehicle that can operate underwater as well as on the surface, stuff designated to follow incoming vessels and monitor possible introduction of explosives attached to their hull. Scientists in Hawaii developed another unmanned marine vehicle designed to secure civil and naval ports, including immediate alert, monitoring and reporting of unusual […]

Something Smells Phishy: 2013 Cybersecurity Report

Something Smells Phishy: 2013 Cybersecurity Report