Four-legged robot can help SCDF respond to HazMat incidents

The Home Team is looking to deploy Rover-X, a four-legged robotic dog, for missions that are highly risky, and to partner frontline officers in their security patrols. Rover-X is developed jointly by HTX (Home Team Science and Technology Agency) in collaboration with Klass Engineering and Solutions, Ghost Robotics and A*STAR’s...

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Suspected drone attack in Abu Dhabi kills 3, wounds 6

Emirati police say a suspected drone attack may have sparked an explosion that engulfed three oil tankers in Abu Dhabi and another fire at an extension of Abu Dhabi International Airport that killed three people and wounded six.

A suspected drone attack by Houthi rebels targeting a key oil facility...

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IARPA Seeks Advanced Smart Textile Systems

From Homeland Security Today

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) is seeking information regarding innovative approaches to enhance the performance of Advanced Smart Textile (AST) systems with an emphasis on individual component integration.

The military, first responders (police/firefighters/emergency medical technicians (EMTs)) and professional athletes alike desire electronics that can...

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CISA Resilience Series Graphic Novels

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has released a series of grpahic novels about disinformation, with the aim of communicating the dangers and risks associated with dis- and misinformation through fictional stories that are inspired by real-world events.

CISA encourages everyone to use care when consuming information they receive or come...

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Radiopharmaceuticals found in London street!

A package of radioactive medicines was found in the street by a member of the public after being lost in transit between two London hospitals.

The item, containing radiopharmaceuticals, is thought to have not been secured properly in the vehicle and, after coming loose, it came into contact with an...

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Leading Energy Company Signs with Blackline Safety in New $4.3 Million Deal

Blackline Safety Corp, a global leader in connected safety technology with a hardware-enabled software-as-a-service (HeSaaS) business model, today announced a $4.3 million deal with a US-based energy ​company with extensive onshore natural gas and unconventional oil operations across the middle and eastern United States.

Under the terms of the contract, the...

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FEMA Webinar

FEMA will be holding webinars to gather feedback on the latest Planning Guidance for Response to a Nuclear Detonation on January 6, 2022 from  20:00 - 20:30 EST

National Engagement Seminars for Planning Guidance for Response to a Nuclear Detonation will provide an overview for considerations, planning factors, and available resources, to craft...

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Teledyne elevates new defense segment leader

Teledyne Technologies has promoted an executive vice president for its defense business in Dr. JihFen Lei, who returned to the company last year after a stint leading the Pentagon’s science and technology enterprise.

She will be in charge of the effort to further realize product and market synergies out of Teledyne’s acquisition of...

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Lab researchers and collaborators to develop new vaccine against three biothreat pathogens

Scientists from Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) and three other institutions are seeking to develop a multi-pathogen vaccine that will protect against three bacterial biothreat pathogens.

Led by LLNL, the team includes disease experts from the University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center (UNMHSC), the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine (UNR Med) and...

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Army Names 2 Awardees on $299M Contract for CBRN Filters

The U.S. Army has awarded two spots on its potential five-year, $298.8 million contract that provides for 21 chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear filters and related assembly components.

Design West Technologies and HDT Global‘s expeditionary systems business will compete for each order of the Army’s firm-fixed-price contract, the Department of Defense said Wednesday.

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