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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  • Thermal camera

    A thermal camera distributed by FLIR. It picks up heat signals and forms a picture and is used for patrolling at night.

  • Hotel safe fingerprint reader

    SafePlace has come out with the world's first hotel safe that's opened with a fingerprint reader, according to company representative Sasha Uri (pictured). "We're selling them in Japan and just started in the U.S.," he said. It costs about $300 and was invented on Uri's kibbutz.

  • Hand Shock

    If you're a drummer in a heavy metal band in Europe, you may be familiar with this one. The Hand Shock is the latest in crowd control, according to company rep Shmuel Shachar. Police officers can detain someone by the elbow with it. They sell it in Germany and Russia but not the U.S. yet. "Too many lawyers," Shachar explained.

Topic: Security

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