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May 19, 2017 by Georg Mader
Egypt is in talks with the US for the purchase of up to 12 IOMAX Archangel counterinsurgency aircraft to be used for border patrol runs in the northern Sinai region.
May 19, 2017 by Richard de Silva
Following hacked email leaks during election campaigns in France and the US, Defence IQ explores the possibility that a British intelligence storm is on the horizon.
May 18, 2017 by Defence IQ Press
The maritime domain is concerned about a lack of effective data-sharing systems, according to Defence IQ survey results. Ahead of the annual Maritime Reconnaissance & Surveillance conference, the study found out where the urgencies lie, and how investment is likely to take shape in the coming years.
May 16, 2017 by Richard de Silva
The question of who is culpable over the widespread WannaCry malware attacks is being debated by some of the leading cyber intelligence analysts around the world, with some saying the NSA is not to blame.
May 15, 2017 by Defence IQ Press
Poland is to provide a major update on its efforts to establish the Wisla missile defence programme to military and industry partners at the Integrated Air & Missile Defence conference in Warsaw, July 2017.
May 12, 2017 by Richard de Silva
Counter terrorism officers and emergency personnel are soon to benefit from advances in virtual and mixed reality technology as the EU Commission's AUGGMED project nears completion.
May 8, 2017 by Richard de Silva
Narco tanks may be disappearing, but there is a continued rise in the use of military-grade weaponry among criminal organisations in Latin America. The situation is forcing authorities to rethink their defence procurement needs.
May 2, 2017 by Richard de Silva
The economic cost of maritime piracy and the frequency of kidnap-for-ransom incidents is climbing for the first time in years due to a resurgence of criminal activity off the West African coast, says watchdog.
April 27, 2017 by Rory Jackson
The Ukrainian military is on the cusp of acquiring unmanned ground vehicles (UGV) for combat operations following a series of MOD-requested modifications to the SpetsEchnoExport Fantom.
April 26, 2017 by Angus Batey
The potential for commercial or hand-build small unmanned aircraft to be used by terrorists to deliver explosive, chemical, biological or radioactive payloads is a growing concern. As Defence IQ discovers, several companies are now offering counter-UAS or counter-drone systems, such as holographic radar.
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