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Airport Case Study: Innovations for the Future (Multi-Video)

By Steven J. Stark A key component of the technology advancement is the need for miles of optical fiber cables and the pathways that the fiber takes to get to where it...
$500 drones are disrupting the $400B security industry as 3D threats render 2D solutions obsolete. Echodyne provides all-weather 3D situational awareness necessary to secure critical infrastructure, public spaces, smart cities, and countries from new and existing threats. (Courtesy of Echodyne Corp.)

The Challenge of Drone Use and Drone Security for Law Enforcement

Guest Editorial by Leo McCloskey, Echodyne, VP Marketing On a drizzly day in November 2017, on the first Sunday after Thanksgiving, the San Francisco 49ers were hosting the Seattle Seahawks in an...
As Flight 63 was flying over the Atlantic Ocean, Richard Reid — an Islamic fundamentalist from the United Kingdom, and self-proclaimed Al-Qaeda operative — carried shoes that were packed with two types of explosives. He had been refused permission to board the flight the day before. (Courtesy of YouTube)

DHS S&T Shoe Scanner Technology Aims to Improve Airport Security

The types of shoes you wear when flying matter. And not just shoe types. Size, material, soles and heels are also very important. Why? Shoes can become dangerous vehicles for terrorists’ plots. On December...

TiniFiber® Micro Armor Fiber Cable Wins Gold in ‘ASTORS’ Best Aviation

TiniFiber®, a revolutionary manufacturer of a micro armored fiber optic cabling solution that exceeds the needs of the tightest congested airport pathways,  is the recipient of a 2018 ‘ASTORS’ Award from...
The TSA told the Examiner that illegal migrants are allowed to fly using the Notice To Appear document they are given by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) when they apply for asylum, which stipulates that the person must attend a court hearing for their claim, which can take as long as three or five years to schedule. The USCIS, however, indicated to the Examiner that its documents do not permit individuals to travel on airplanes. (Courtesy of TSA)

TSA Allows Newly-Arrived Illegals to Fly WITHOUT Proper ID (Multi-Video)

June 7, 2019 – In Breaking News – Washington Examiner The federal agency tasked with overseeing security at transportation hubs has been violating its own policy by allowing migrants who have been...
The all-new CH-53K has flown more than 1,200 test hours and is in the midst of a rigorous test program to ensure it is ready to serve both domestically and abroad, enabling the Marines and militaries worldwide to move troops and equipment at higher altitudes , quicker and more effectively than ever. (Courtesy of Lockheed Martin)

USMC to Receive 12 Sikorsky CH-53K Heavy Lift Helicopters (Multi-Video)

Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company, will build 12 production CH-53K King Stallion helicopters under a new $1.13 billion contract from the U.S. Navy, as part of the 200 program of record...

Orolia Chosen for FAA Air Traffic Control System Timing Technology

Orolia, the world leader in Resilient Positioning, Navigation and Timing (PNT) solutions and Platinum Award Winner for Two Consecutive Years in the Annual ‘ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program, have been selected to support...

DHS S&T to Host Cutting-Edge Biometric Technology Systems

Balancing speed and security at checkpoints, like airports, is essential to ensuring safe, reliable travel. Many of these checkpoints are increasingly using biometric technology to improve speed and reliability, and while recent...
Using biometric eGates, which will recognize international travelers by their face, the platform will allow them to board their aircraft in seconds, matching the live faces with previously enrolled and stored images, with no need for them to present either passports or boarding passes at the gate. (Courtesy of Vision-Box)

JFK Airport T1 & Vision-Box to Roll Out Facial Recognition Boarding

New York’s John F. Kennedy (JFK) Airport Terminal One Group and Vision-Box are modernizing passenger processing have signed a cooperation agreement roll out one of the largest biometric boarding airport platforms...
An investigation into the Boeing 737 Max aircraft uncovers a history of issues with one component being blamed for two deadly crashes which killed a combined 346 people. (Courtesy of YouTube.)

Boeing Left Airlines, FAA in Dark on Alert Linked to 737 Crashes (Videos)

May 5, 2019 – In Breaking News – Bloomberg Boeing Co. knew months before a deadly 737 Max crash that a cockpit alert wasn’t working the way the company had told buyers of...