ForensicaGPS, a new facial recognition software, can convert images and videos from 2D to 3D making it the only biometric solution of its kind. Defenseworld.net spoke to Animetric President & CEO Paul Schuepp on the launch of ForensicaGPS.
Defenseworld.net spoke to Stephen Hire, General Manager of Aeroflex India, a pioneer in testing solutions for defense equipment such as avionics systems, airborne military radio and satellite test systems among others.
Defenseworld.net interviewed Roger Rose, Chief Executive of Lockheed Martin India on the successful execution of the C130J program for the Indian Air Force (IAF) and the company’s pitches for other defence procurement programs in India.
BEL's New Chairman, Anil Kumar spoke exclusively to Defenseworld.net. He spoke extensively on the current projects BEL is involved in.
Some 56 years after the introduction of the Uzi Sub Machine gun, the Israeli Weapons Industry has introduced the Uzi Pro. Defenseworld.net spoke to URI AMIT, CEO of Israeli Weapons Industries on the significance of the launch of the new weapon.
Defenseworld.net interviewed Alexei Fedorov, President of IRKUT Corp, manufacturer of the famous Sukhoi fighter planes who talked about his company's plans for the civil aviation industry where a new generaion of passenger airliners are being develo
Defenseworld.net interviewed Brig. Khutub Hai, CEO, Mahindra Defense Systems on his company's pitch for the Future Infantry Combat Vehicle Project.
Defenseworld.net spoke to Dr. Jim Hayward, CEO of ADNAS about the new and unique method that will help in identifying counterfeit components in defense electronics. The technology assumes significance in the light of a recent U.S. rule which requires
Defenseworld.net was part of a select media interaction with Mr. Sergey Sergeevich Korotkov, CEO of RAC MiG, the manufacturer of MiG fighter aircraft during the MAKS 2011 air show in Moscow. Mr Korotkov spoke on a wide range of issues including marke
Defenseworld.net interviewed Wg. Cdr. (Retd) C.D. Upadhyay, Chief Executive Officer – HATSOFF, the CAE-HAL joint venture helicopter training academy- on the new concepts in helicopter training being introduced in India for both civilian and militar
In the burgeoning Indian market for military hardware, the latest big ticket acquisition planned is that of medium-range maritime reconnaissance (MRMR) aircraft. The Indian Navy had issued an RFP in 2009 and the procurement process has now gathered p
Defenseworld.net interviewed Bernard Buisson, Managing Director, DCNS India who spoke about a wide range of issues concerning submarine projects of the Indian Navy.
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