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August 23, 2016 by Richard de Silva
No Drone Zone - Article
It seems safety and security incidents involving drones are now a weekly – if not daily – occurrence in the press. August, for example, saw a reported ‘near miss’ of a commercial UAV and a Flybe passenger aircraft carrying 62 people in Cornwall, UK, only weeks after a report revealed a similar incident at Stansted Airport in May involving a Boeing...
Tags: UAV | drone | unmanned
August 22, 2016 by Defence IQ Press
Military operations are increasingly carried out by coalitions rather than single national actors, making the already complex process of procurement and logistics even more complicated. The Middle East has not been excused from this trend either, with action in Yemen recently carried out by a coalition of nations. With increased GCC military...
August 17, 2016 by Victor M. S. Barreira
Canadian TAPV Thumb
The Canadian Army will induct a total of 500 TAPV 4x4 protected tactical vehicles. [Image: Canadian Army]The Canadian Army's 5th Canadian Division (5CdnDiv) took delivery of an initial six TAPV/VPBT (Tactical Armored Patrol Vehicle/Véhicule Blindé Tactique de Patrouille) 4×4 mine protected high-mobility multipurpose vehicles from Textron...
August 15, 2016 by Defence IQ Press
As part of our research ahead of the International Armoured Vehicles conference (January 23-26, 2017; London, UK), we are conducting a survey to help us produce the 6th annual Global Armoured Vehicles Market Report. The report offers a comprehensive overview of the armoured vehicle market exploring key issues, challenges and opportunities for industry and the military. The report is supplemented with analysis of our exclusive survey data.
August 11, 2016 by NATO CCDCOE
The Democratic National Convention hack constitutes a grave interference in the electoral process of a nation. Given the unprecedented level of attribution to Russian authorities, authors Matthijs Veenendaal, Kadri Kaska, Henry Rõigas and Can Kasapoglu analyse this attack in the broader setting of the use of cyber capabilities as part of influence operations. A lack of response, the analysis concludes, contributes to the already existing deterrence problem and even encourages further aggression. This article first appeared on NATO CCDCOE.
August 9, 2016 by Sven Hughes
What strategic communications can learn from Mixed Martial Arts
It is perhaps strange to cite MMA as a source of inspiration for the future development of the strategic communications industry. But here goes…
August 8, 2016 by Defence IQ Press
Drone Regulations
Ahead of the first ever Countering Drones conference, we invite our readers to view this interactive map for the latest legal information from some of the world's key regions, as well as information on some of the latest drone incidents taking place in the civilian space. Industry experts at the conference will represent a truly international selection, with senior representatives from Canada, USA, UK, Hungary, Switzerland and Latvia, to name a few.
Tags: UAV | drone | unmanned
August 8, 2016 by Richard de Silva
fbi cyber security
As information security threats to private businesses continue to increase, the risk to public data broadens, undoubtedly demanding a stronger and more coordinated effort between the private industry and the authorities.
July 28, 2016 by Defence IQ Press
Do you work in a company or on a site that may be at risk of unwanted surveillance or even physical attack? Are you concerned that prohibited items (such as electronics or narcotics) could be introduced to your work site without detection?The civilian use of small UAVs presents homeland security, critical national infrastructure and commercial...
July 27, 2016 by Daniel Urchick
Researcher Daniel Urchick puts himself into the shoes of China and assesses what the country will be looking to achieve in terms of military modernization in the coming years – and why.The views and opinions in this article are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect or represent those of Defence IQ.––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––...
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