From The Moscow Times
Russia’s Defense Ministry has proposed removing chemical warfare agents from a list of products that are banned from being sold to the public. The ministry said that because Russia has destroyed all of its chemical weapon stockpiles, it “makes no sense” to keep them on the prohibition list.
Organisers of Milipol Qatar, the leading international event for homeland security and civil defence, have announced force majeure has prompted postponement of the event for six months to March 2021.Organisers of Milipol Qatar, the leading international event for homeland security and civil defence, have announced force majeure has prompted postponement...
Advanced radiation detection system operational with Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
On a blustery winter day last December, a car carrying radioactive material approached one of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey’s major transportation hubs. As the car got closer, an alarm flashed...
Łukasiewicz - PIAP has launched PIAP Patrol, a new EOD mobile, medium-sized tracked robot designed for CBRN detection and reconnaissance and counter-IED purposes.
Because of its size and the motors used, PIAP Patrol can be employed indoors, outdoors, and in a rough terrain. Its compact and modular design makes it possible...