Disaster Management - Homeland Security TOE

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This issue covers advancements in disaster management technology. Innovations profiled include:Wireless broadband networks for emergency communication by xG Technology Inc.Wireless HD video link solution for surveillance drones by Amimon Inc.Tactical aerostat communication and surveillance solution by SES S.A.Rapidly deployable portable cellular network by Star Solutions International Inc.Semi-autonomous robot for disaster management by KAISTDrone-deployable sensors for detecting breathing patterns and heartbeat by IntelliNet Sensors Inc.Exoskeleton technology for faster clearing of debris by Ekso BionicsMiniature drone for detecting forest fire locations by Gadjah Mada UniversityThe Homeland Security TechVisio

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Disaster Management - Homeland Security TOEInnovations in Disaster Management TechnologiesWireless Broadband Networks for Emergency CommunicationWireless HD Video Link Solution for Surveillance DronesTactical Aerostat Communication and Surveillance SolutionRapidly Deployable Portable Cellular Network Semi-autonomous Robot for Disaster ManagementApplication ScopeExoskeleton Technology for Faster Clearing of DebrisMiniature Drone for Detecting Forest Fire LocationsStrategic PerspectivesStrategic Perspectives Key Patents and ContactsKey PatentsKey Patents (continued)Industry Contacts




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