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360VR Technology's platform gives responders web-based information about facility interiors proactively -- while they’re en route to the incident and once they’re onsite.
The Defense Department has developed a device that uses an infrared laser to detect unique cardiac signatures of people 200 meters away.
The Chinese manufacturer's Government Edition platform was created specifically for use by government agencies requiring advanced security.
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Transportation Security Administration is looking for more ways to get travelers through airport checkpoints more efficiently without compromising security.
Researchers are developing a program that uses microphones in protective headgear to analyze the direction of gunfire and send that info to a smartphone.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants to build an undersea network so that the military can have connected command and control capabilities across all domains.
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