UK: Trial could lead to airport hand luggage restrictions on liquids being scrapped

Security restrictions on liquids and laptops in airport hand luggage could be removed in the UK, due to the rollout of new high-tech 3D scanners. For 16 years, air passengers have had to take all hand luggage liquids, in containers Read More …

UK: £45 million alliance between military and industry set to deliver life-saving protection

Soldiers, vehicles and UK military bases around the world will receive innovative digital protection against remote and radio controlled Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) through a £45 million contract with British industry partners. Under the contract awarded to Team Protect, the Read More …

India: Experts, agencies discuss how to counter emerging terror, IED threats at National Security Guard seminar

New Delhi [India], October 15 (ANI): A two-day National Security Guard (NSG) Raising Day International Seminar on the theme “Countering Emerging Terror and IED threats by Harnessing Latest Technology” was conducted on October 14 and 15 at NSG Manesar Garrison. Read More …

Protecting our United Kingdom

Ask yourself, what is the purpose of any army? – of course, it is to protect the United Kingdom by being ready to fight and win wars on land. So, protect is the common weft weaving its way through the Read More …

DHS S&T: The Next Generation of Explosives Trace Detection is Here

The Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) has always placed a special focus on aviation security. That’s one of the reasons why the work that is being done by S&T’s Next Generation (NextGen) Explosives Trace Detection (ETD) program team is such Read More …

NCI Agency explores autonomous robot technology to support NATO operations

The NCI Agency is exploring the use of autonomous systems to understand how and when they can support operations, and in particular, how different commercial devices from a variety of sources can be connected securely. This reflects a future where Read More …

Norway’s practice of blowing up WWII sea mines is deadly for marine mammals

In the Second World War, narrow sea areas such as fjords and straits suffered the most from mine warfare. Many Norwegian fjords were mined in the war and these old mines still cause danger for shipping and other human activities Read More …

U.S. Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal Soldiers train to field new robots on Fort Stewart

FORT STEWART, Ga. – U.S. Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal Soldiers trained to field new EOD robots on Fort Stewart, Georgia. Soldiers from the 756th Ordnance Company (EOD) learned about the CRS robot system during a training class. Sgt. Joseph Serafini Read More …

Technology Provides Warfighters with Decisive Edge at Resolute Dragon 2

Seventeen Marines, Airmen and Sailors gathered at Aberdeen Proving Ground for 12 days in June to show how advanced software working in concert with advanced Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) technologies can create a next-generation threat warning and protection Read More …