surveillance

Bird-Like Drone Actually Perches To Spy

Bird-Like Drone Actually Perches To Spy

Drones have been used by the military ever since they were able to make full use of the technology to do so. However, current drones are limited by how they position themselves to look at their target.  Development of bird-like ...

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Quicker, More Efficient Use of Surveillance Videos

Quicker, More Efficient Use of Surveillance Videos

Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, have recently introduced new software that increases the efficiency of surveillance video cameras. While examining footage in order to recognize threats is critical, it is also a cumbersome job, which takes too ...

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DARPA’s New High Resolution Camera

DARPA’s New High Resolution Camera

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is developing a camera with unprecedented resolution, of 2.3-gigapixel. The new camera should be able to create super-wide aerial photos, and is built primarily for surveillance purposes, as part of the Autonomous Real-time ...

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Scallop Imaging Surveillance Camera

Scallop Imaging Surveillance Camera

Scallop Imaging, a company based in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., has developed the Digital Window, a seven-megapixel surveillance camera that records in high resolution without fisheye distortion. The Digital Window camera, processing over 100 megapixels per second, provides a 180-degree full ...

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Helicopter UAV Designed for Digital Photography

Helicopter UAV Designed for Digital Photography

DraganFly Innovations of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, has created a new unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) designed specifically for remote controlled digital photography and digital video streams. The helicopter is designed to self-stabilize during flight, making it much easier to control than ...

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Flying Beer Keg UAV Deploying to Iraq

Flying Beer Keg UAV Deploying to Iraq

Troops from the 56th Stryker Brigade Combat Team of the Pennsylvania National Guard will take a small gasoline-powered unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to Iraq when they deploy in January. Nicknamed the “Flying Beer Keg,” the XM156 Class I UAV can ...

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Voyeur – Autonomous UAV

Voyeur – Autonomous UAV

Lite Machines Corp, a company specializing in developing micro-sized, radio-controlled helicopters for the hobby industry, has created an innovative prototype of an autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) dubbed “Voyeur”. The Voyeur UAV can be used for military applications such as ...

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New Panoramic Cameras

New Panoramic Cameras

Immersive Media Corporation (IMC) recently unveiled a new technology for a 360-degrees rotating camera, called GeoImmersive. The technology enables the camera to fully rotate, providing users with complete visual information of the surrounding environment. The company expects that the GeoImmersive ...

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Bat-Inspired Spy Plane

Bat-Inspired Spy Plane

Scientists at the University of Michigan College of Engineering are developing a six-inch robotic spy plane, modeled after a bat. Its purpose is gathering data such as sights, sounds, and smells in urban combat zones and transmitting the information back ...

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L15 – The Autonomous Airship

L15 – The Autonomous Airship

The Nevada based company Airship Surveillance has announced the successful trial flight of a new surveillance airship called L15. The long loiter time of the airship is expected to make it a supreme surveillance tool. The new automated built in ...

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