Photos: When tech gets bulletproof

Photos: When tech gets bulletproof

Summary: In Israel? You might as well check out the latest in bulletproof vests and unmanned aerial vehicles.

TOPICS: Security

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  • Fingerprint reader time clock

    This is one of the most insidious inventions at the show. Bioline has taken a fingerprint reader and stuck it on a time clock. Thus, your boss can know exactly when you came to work and left. The company claims 20 percent of employees lie about when they get to work and they underestimate their lateness by around 5 to 7 percent. It hasn't come to the United States yet.

  • Sparrow-N

    The Sparrow-N from E.M.I.T. The unmanned aerial vehicle weighs 40 kilograms, far less than the 200 kilo average, and can fly at 3,000 feet without being detected. Most fly at higher elevations. At 3,000 feet, the camera in the plane can still bring back images that correctly identify individuals. It also costs a lot less and can be launched with a bungee-cord contraption mounted on the roof of an assault vehicle.

  • Beer here

    Drink up, Sarge. Many of the booths gave away squishy balls and pens, but beer was one of the more popular come-ons.

Topic: Security

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