Innovations in Autonomous Monitoring, Nuclear Scanning, Threat Detection, and Disaster Recovery

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This issue of Homeland Security TOE covers recent developments in autonomous monitoring, nuclear scanning, threat detection, and disaster recovery. Innovations profiled include a smart dust technology for autonomous monitoring by Defendec Inc., automated cargo and nuclear material scanning systems by Passport Systems Inc., breakthrough in terahertz technology for detecting hazardous hostile threats by the National University of Singapore (NUS), an artificial intelligence-based image analyzing system for surveillance application by Hitachi Ltd., a mobile app for public safety by Reporty Homeland Security Ltd., an unmanned real-time radiation detection system by Imitec, a disaster recovery solution for data cente

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Innovations in Autonomous Monitoring, Nuclear Scanning, Threat Detection, and Disaster RecoveryRecent Developments in Autonomous Monitoring, Nuclear scanning, threat detection and disaster recoverySmart Dust Technology for Autonomous MonitoringAutomated Cargo and Nuclear Material Scanning SystemsBreakthrough in Terahertz Technology for Detecting Hazardous Hostile ThreatsArtificial Intelligence-based Image Analyzing System for Surveillance ApplicationMobile App for Public SafetyUnmanned Real-time Radiation Detection SystemDisaster Recovery Solution for Data Centers Sensor To Detect Debris on RunwayIndustry ContactsIndustry Contacts (continued)

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