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Modernization of military intelligence spying and espionage

Intelligence, in military science, information concerning an enemy or an area. The term is also used for an agency that gathers such information. Military intelligence is as old as warfare itself. Even in biblical times, Moses sent spies to live with the Canaanites in order to learn about their ways and …

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Media Manipulation strategies and techniques

Media manipulation is a series of related techniques in which partisans create an image or argument that favours their particular interests. Such tactics may include the use of logical fallacies, psychological manipulations, outright deception (disinformation), rhetorical and propaganda techniques, and often involve the suppression of information or points of view …

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Militaries evaluating best Counter-UAV solution to counter the threat of Drones carrying IEDs, biological or chemical agents

Drones are seeing rapid growth in both commercial and military domains.  They are being employed in inspection of high tension electrical towers ,  fire management missions,  delivery of critical supplies like medicine or communications tools, search and rescue and many others. BI Intelligence has predicted that the growth of the market …

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Security forces require throwable robots that can send video of inside buildings

Cities have become the new battleground and Hybrid or Urban Warfare the greatest threat being waged by ISIS to Boko Haram to Hamas to Ukraine rebels.  The terrorists resort to Asymmetric Warfare exploiting the limitations and vulnerabilities of high-tech weapons and platforms, with relatively simple, low-cost countermeasures, tactics, and solutions. …

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Pollution control strategies and technologies to fight growing menace of pollution deaths

Atmospheric pollution is a growing problem, particularly in urban areas and in less developed countries.  With half the world has no access to clean fuels or technologies (e.g. stoves, lamps), the very air we breathe is growing dangerously polluted. More than 8 million people around the world die each year …

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DARPA SIGMA+ using advanced intelligence analytics to detect chemical, biological, and explosives threats

Since the invention of nuclear power, there have been numerous “accidents.” From Three Mile Island and Chernobyl to the more recent problems in Fukushima, it would seem nuclear power is not fully under our control. Recently  a Chinese scientist  has warned that the single mountain under which North Korea most …

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Crime reduction, prevention and response is being bolstered though 5G, data analytics and AI tools

Criminal activity continues to be a major concern in modern civilisations, with most nations facing unacceptable levels of crime and delinquency. The results show that African and Latin American countries suffer from the highest levels of various types of crime across the board, followed by countries in Asia. European, North American …

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Aircraft Internet-of-Things, AI and Big Data analytics to revolutionize the operational efficiency and safety of commercial and military Aircrafts

The aviation industry is one of the leading  segment in embracing the digital transformation. For airlines, as for any company operating in the service industry, instant accessibility, interactivity and personalization, become crucial aspects of doing business. Digital technologies are used to enhance customer experience, boost efficiency and generate more revenue. …

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Chemical/Biological Threat to Air Transportation

Historically, most terrorist attacks on civilian targets have involved the use of firearms or explosives, and current defensive strategies are aimed at preventing attacks perpetrated by such means. However, the use of the nerve agent sarin in 1995 to attack the Tokyo subway system, the use of the U.S. mail …

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DARPA MICE will quantify how authoritarian regimes control information

Authoritarianism is a form of government characterized by the rejection of political plurality, the use of strong central power to preserve the political status quo, and reductions in the rule of law, separation of powers, and democratic voting. Authoritarian states might contain nominally democratic institutions such as political parties, legislatures, …

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