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Anti-Drone Technology Wanted For Federal Prison Systems

11/04/2015, Drones do seem to be a rather useful part of our modern day lifestyle, where companies such as Google would like to kick off a drone delivery system by the time 2017 rolls around, whereas Australia Post is exploring the possibility of delivering mail...

Hero-30 The Kamikaze Micro Drone

11/03/2015, In the world of warfare, you can be sure that there will be plenty of different ways in which technology is delivered and made use of, and drones are one aspect of modern day warfare that should never be discounted. In fact, drones come in handy to scout...

Runaway JLENS Blimp Causes Power Outages

10/28/2015, A rather huge US surveillance blimp broke free from its mooring earlier today, and that runaway blimp known as the JLENS is the main reason for power outages as it made its way across the east section of the country, bringing along with it a 6,700-foot...

America’s Next Stealth Bomber Costs About $564 Million Apiece

10/28/2015, The United States Air Force has finally selected a manufacturer for its next stealth bomber, the consortium of Lockheed Martin and Boeing were locked in a Battle with Northrop Grumman for the lucrative contract and it has now been confirmed that the...

Top Secret Documents Detailing U.S. Drone Program Leaked

10/15/2015, More than two years back former CIA contractor Edward Snowden leaked a treasure trove of top secret documents that detailed the electronic spying programs of the National Security Agency. The massive leaks changed the way we view online privacy today and...

US Army Will Start Testing Smart Grenade Launchers In 2016

10/13/2015, If you’ve ever played games like paintball, you know that enemies hiding behind walls and covers are hard to hit. We can only assume that will also apply in real-life situations such as during military encounters. However it seems that come 2016, the US...

Even Robots Have A Sidekick Now

10/05/2015, DARPA’s Big Dog is one impressive robot – so far, in the past few years, coverage of this particular robot has seen it more than capable of checking out various terrain, conquering them all without so much as breaking a sweat. Well, a sure footed...

Army Looks To Swarm Of Drones

10/02/2015, A well equipped drone is powerful enough an adversary on the battlefield, but there is strength in numbers as history suggests, which is why the military has managed to figure out a method of ensuring that a whole bunch of small drones can work together...

Watchkeeper Drone Costs A Bomb So Far

10/02/2015, When it comes to drones, there are so many different kinds in the market, be it for the average consumer, for the medical field, or for those who happen to be in the military and have access to far more resources and technology. Well, the Watchkeeper...

Remote Controlled Weapons Helps In Perimeter Security Greatly

10/01/2015, Securing a border or perimeter can be quite a challenging task, especially when you have a limited number of personnel, which brings to mind having help in the form of the Samsung SG-AR1 robot sentry. Well, automatic turrets aren’t too bad an idea after...

Taranis Drone Is The Future

09/29/2015, The Taranis drone is not all that new, as we first mentioned it half a decade ago, and delivered a footage of it just early last year. It does look as though the Taranis drone has plenty of potential, and happens to be one of the most cutting-edge drones...

Thin Invisibility Cloak Has Practical Military Uses

09/21/2015, We do know that TVs have taken the transformational step of being a chunky and fat CRT all the way to the uber thin and slim LEDs and OLEDs that we have come to know and love today, but how about the realm of military engineering? An invisibility cloak...

Pentagon Looking Into System That Automatically Detects Breaches

09/18/2015, What we’ve seen so far with regards to hacks is that they are usually discovered when it is too late and the information has been stolen. This isn’t to say that there aren’t security measures in place, but when hackers exploit loopholes and...