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Houthi drone attacks and hijackings – Who controls the seas?

Here is a question for policy makers, international agencies, ministers of trade, transport and naval strategists. Is it even remotely acceptable that the peaceful passage of merchant ships through one of the world’s most important international sea routes should be subjected to attacks by heavily armed rebel forces controlling the …

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Ukrainian minister vows more drones for attacks against Russ…

Ukraine is building a large number of drones to conduct more attacks against targets in Russia, according to the Ukrainian vice Prime Minister and Minister of Digital Transformation, Mykhailo Fedorov. “There will be more drones, more attacks, and fewer Russian ships. That’s for sure,” Fedorov said in an interview with Reuters …

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New Army AI technology accelerates multi-target attacks

A forward-operating Army unit is under heavy fire and poised to attack. The soldiers are armed with small arms weapons, shoulder-fired missiles, drones and even helicopter support, yet commanders need to know which among many targets to hit. Which targets should be hit first? Are any target points about to fire incoming …

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New technology can help to combat stealth attacks on drones

As cyber-attacks become more sophisticated not only are computer systems increasingly vulnerable, but so too are more advanced forms of automation. The world of robotics is developing fast, including a new generation of robotic vehicles and drones. The new research demonstrates that alternative safeguards are required in order to minimize …

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Drones can save lives in terrorist attacks, expedite their u…

By SANJEEV GADHIA The terrorist attack at Riverside Drive, Nairobi, on Tuesday, has resulted in the unfortunate loss of lives, while rescue efforts continued for well over 12 hours after the mid-afternoon incident. The use of drones is banned in Kenya as the “Drones Regulations” (referred to as RPAS Regulations …

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