Military UAVs for scientific use

Military UAVs? Generally, people are prone to thinking that the military has a very tight relationship with technologies, keeping for themselves all those devices they use to do their job, devices which in some cases hit the civilian applications market only a few years after having been thoroughly used by

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Listening device, what are they for?

Listening Devices? In the last few months, everyone in Italy is talking about telephone wiretapping, listening devices and, most of all, about the limitations of their use for investigative purposes, limitations that the government is trying to pass with a bill that has created controversy. It looks like, in their

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A video camera is hidden in the ear

Hidden Spying Video Camera? Taking hidden video footage at any level, from a candid camera TV show up to high-profile police operations to gather evidence against criminals, always require maximum discretion to achieve the best result, be it a good laugh or vital intelligence to fight organized crime. Therefore, to

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Directional microphones for remote covert listening

Directional microphones? As we said yesterday, possibilities to intercept a suspect’s conversations by law enforcement and detectives are countless, although sometimes one has to cope with a little bit of risk when it’s not possible to use telephone wiretapping and micro bugs. If you do not have the opportunity to

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Glasses to see in the dark… more or less

Smart tech glasses that can help people with night vision issues. TAG Heuer, famous all over the world for its chronographs, but also producing accessories such as, among other things, glasses and mobile phones, has just enlarged its collection of eyewear by adding the Squadra Night Vision model which, in

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A wall is not enough to stop you from listening

Are Smart wall microphones something real? If law enforcement agents should not be able, due to the infamous gag bill being discussed in Italy, to use telephone wiretapping at its best to gather intelligence and evidence against dangerous criminals, they should resort to alternative methods. For example, during an operation

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The new Untraceable cell phones, against unwelcome listeners

Untraceable cell phones can serve many purposes. Even though all the song and dance that we are witnessing in Italy about the law that would regulate (that is, limit) the usage of telephone wiretapping would only benefit a few people who would want their dirty business to remain secret, it

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A fabric that can record or produce sounds

Fabric that can record. As we know, optical fibers can be used to transmit data as light pulses, thus making high-speed Internet surfing as we know it today possible. They can also have some more sophisticated properties, such as the possibility to detect, transmit and play sounds. A team of

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Spy plane stays four days in the air, with no pollution

Every single day we happen to read (and to write) about some new spy plane, and with so many of them around, our skies (especially above areas where peace is at risk or absent, such as Middle East, Iraq or Afghanistan) are crowded with drones keeping a watchful eye over

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An unmanned combat aircraft, completely invisible to radars

Unmanned combat aircraft? The British Ministry of Defence has just introduced Taranis, the first prototype of pilotless combat aircraft (or UCAS, Unmanned Combat Aircraft System) capable of flying in stealth mode, without being detected by enemy radars along its way, and of striking at very long range, even thousands of

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