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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  • blast containment recepticle

    It's a garbage can, and a blast containment receptacle. Approximately 10,000 of these garbage cans have been installed in places like Logan Airport and O'Hare Airport and all along the Boston-New York Amtrak line. The idea is that terrorists may try to put a bomb in a trash can someday, but may not realize it's not a standard trash can. Bomb fragments will not come out the sides. The cans cost from $1,000 to $7,000, depending on the strength.

  • Broadband jammer

    The broadband jammer from Netline. "It jams VHF, UHF, satellite phones, cellular, radio," explained a representative. The company also sells a portable version that comes with its own suitcase.

  • Doorjamb

    This doorjamb from Hydro Noa will remove a steel door in about three seconds. It can also be bought in a kit with a bolt cutter and a device that spreads window bars.

Topic: Security

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