Skylark Labs has unveiled a new surveillance system, which uses unmanned aerial vehicles...
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UK MoD accepts recommendations on inappropriate behaviour in military
The UK Ministry of Defence (MoD) is set to implement several new measures to address inappropriate behaviour in the armed forces in line with recommendations of a review.
France, Germany and UK reaffirm commitment to JCPoA
Three European nations France, Germany and the UK have reaffirmed their commitment to the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPoA).
RRT Supports US Military Exercises in High Desert, California
Radio Reconnaissance Technologies (RRT) supported US Military exercises in the High Desert of California last month. The company was asked to conduct spectrum monitoring operations using their THiEF RDF system during squad level urban exercises.
THiEF Tactical Handheld Emitter Finder
THiEF is a completely new state-of-the-art, microminiature, fully integrated, signal intercept and directional line-of-bearing system designed to prosecute VHF and
UHF, analog, single-channel, push-to-talk radio transmitters.
AI in the sky: can drone surveillance technology replace CCTV?
Skylark Labs has unveiled a new surveillance system, which uses unmanned aerial vehicles and mounted cameras to scan large crowds. It applies artificial intelligence (AI) techniques to detect faces, weapons, and boasts lip-reading capabilities. Talal Husseini explores the technology’s potential for the defence and security industry.
Switch and Router Subsystems Onboard Amphibious Assault Vehicle
The US Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) required an IP network backbone upgrade for the AAVC-7A1, the command variant of the US Marine Corps (USMC) amphibious assault vehicle.
From Russia to Nato: the logic behind Poland’s military modernisation
Poland is one of the few countries in the 29-strong NATO alliance that spends over 2% of GDP on defence. With a belligerent Russia on its eastern flank, Poland is continuing to modernise its armed forces. Grant Turnbull finds out what the country wants, and whether it can afford it.
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