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US gives Philippine’s air force first drone system

The United States gave the Philippine air force on Tuesday its first surveillance drone system, as the two nations step up co-operation in the...

Harris to Showcase Connected Battlefield Technologies at IDEX 2017

Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) will showcase its broad range of advanced products and integrated systems that help customers connect the battlefield during the 2017 International...

Thales Wins Royal Navy Crowsnest Surveillance Helicopter Contract

Defence Minister Harriett Baldwin announces £269M deal for Crowsnest system to protect new Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carriers. The deal with Lockheed Martin will see...

Russia to Deploy New Space Surveillance System Elements in Four Regions

Advanced elements of the Russian Space Surveillance System will be deployed in a number of the country's regions, including Crimea and the Far East,...

US air force looks to upgrade BCS-F air surveillance system

A program office at Hanscom Air Force Base is working to improve and upgrade a system that provides comprehensive air surveillance and defense with...
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Russia’s Advanced New Surveillance Satellites to Keep an Eye on US Carriers

The Russian Defense Ministry has plans to launch a new orbital surveillance system aimed to bolster the reconnaissance capabilities of the Aerospace Defense...
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India inks $1 billion deal with Boeing to buy four spy planes

India has signed a billion-dollar deal with Boeing to buy four maritime surveillance planes, defence and aviation sources said on Wednesday, as it looks...

Saab’s GlobalEye Redefines the Airborne Surveillance Market

Defence and security company Saab extends its airborne early warning and control portfolio, with the introduction of the GlobalEye multi-role airborne surveillance system. GlobalEye...
Project JUPITR's early warning system

Project JUPITR early warning system can save lives

At U.S. military installations throughout the world, military police monitor force protection sensors, which consist of conventional and thermal imaging cameras, ground surveillance radar...

Attacks revive debate on encryption, surveillance

The deadly Paris attacks have reignited debate on encrypted communications by terror cells and whether law enforcement and intelligence services are "going dark" in...