With civilian drones already being used as low-tech weapons, an ability to spot the threat is in serious demand. Defence IQ investigates the market growth.
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?
Of the jets in production that promise to take military fighters deep into the 21st century and beyond, the U.S. F-35, the Chinese J-20, and the Russian Sukhoi T-50 PAK FA are at the top of the heap. The T-50 will be offered to countries — and Russian allies — looki...
Military strategy is inevitably defined – and redefined – by the defence industry and its innovators. One analyst looks at how a seminal strategic text now fits into the world of mini-UAVs, satellites, full motion video and other unprecedented ISR capabilities. Is it th...
Airbus Defence and Space, Dassault Aviation and Alenia Aermacchi have released joint statements acknowledging that further progress has been made on taking a collaborative approach to the development of a new next generation European Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) as pa...
The region of Central America and the Caribbean has long been used by drug traffickers as a major transit and trans-shipment area. While the Caribbean route is largely preferred by Colombian traffickers, Mexican criminal groups engaged in drug trafficking opt to explo...