NTSB issues new recommendations to find missing planes

Amid several recent high-profile incidents where planes have mysteriously vanished, the US aviation safety authority has issued new recommendations designed to help find wreckage faster and determine what caused crashes.

Tejas equipped with new generation electronic warfare suite

An advanced electronic warfare (EW) suite developed by the DRDO was successfully tested onboard the country's Light Combat Aircraft Tejas-PV1 on Saturday.

NATO says not to blame for planes vanishing from radar

NATO said on Sunday it was not to blame for recent incidents in which dozens of aircraft briefly vanished from air traffic control radar screens in Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

`Maps in Malaysia report indicate MH370 flew to avoid radars`

Maps released as part of a preliminary report on the mysterious disappearance of the Malaysian jet indicate that the plane deliberately flew along a route to evade military radars, according to a media report.

Has to upgrade defence after parting with radar data: Malaysia

Malaysia, forced to disclose sensitive military radar data to foreign countries in the frustrating search for the missing plane, today said it has to upgrade its defence system to strengthen its security.

World`s first ever photonic radar unveiled at Pisa Airport

Scientists have unveiled world`s first photonics-based coherent radar system that could send live cockpit video and pinpoint a plane`s precise location.

Aircraft off the radar in this age puzzles experts

Hard to believe but the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is a puzzle that is growing even more complex.

New dolphin inspired radar system to help detect hidden explosives

Scientists have invented a new radar system that is inspired by the way dolphins hunt using bubble nets.

US, Japan to deploy new radar, drones in next year

Revamping the guidelines of their defence partnership for the first time in 16 years, the allies agreed to position a second early-warning radar in Japan within the next year to help protect against North Korea.

NASA and Homeland Security testing radar for tracking disaster victims

NASA along with the US Department of Homeland Security are reportedly working together on developing a first-of-its-kind portable radar device to trace disaster struck victims.

Two radars installed along Gujarat coast

To step up surveillance along the coastline of Gujarat, the state government has installed two radars which will help locate landmarks and ships, a senior government official said on Monday.

CAG pulls up IAF for radar damage

The Indian Air Force (IAF) was
on Thursday reprimanded by the CAG for causing damage to an aerostat
radar deployed along the Pakistan border to monitorlow-flying
enemy aircraft resulting in a loss of Rs 302 crore.

Radar to help in early tsunami warnings

The high-frequency radar that detected the devastating March 11 tsunami, could form part of new early warning systems.

Maharashtra ATS on terrorists radar: Report

Officers belonging to Maharashtra Anti-Terrorist Squad are on the radar of terrorist who may target them using parcel bombs.

Coming soon: Talking cars!

Similar technology had been used before but this time,
cars would be able to "know" what had happened even kilometres
ahead. And, tests suggest it could reduce motorway pile-ups by
40 per cent, say the scientists.

Foreign forces a threat to national security: Pak

Terming all foreign forces in Afghanistan a threat to its national security, Pakistan has put its radars on western border on high alert.

Meghalaya: Suspected SIM cards on police radar, over 2,500 disconnected

Extortion threats from unknown
persons as well as militant groups have caused concern in the
Meghalaya police which has zeroed in on a set of numbers for
verification by Telecom operators.

Radar fails as Delhi’s T3 starts full operations

In a major embarrassment to authorities, a radar at the newly opened Terminal 3 of the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) failed for a few minutes, putting many flights at risk.

Govt to set up chain of radar sensors along coasts

The government has launched a
project to set up radar sensors along the country`s coastlines
for surveillance in order to avoid a Mumbai-like terror attack.

Chandigarh on radar of terrorists: Police

Pointing out that Chandigarh has been on the radar of terrorists, the administration of the union territory has decided to induct more commandos in the Quick Reaction Team (QRT) constituted in the wake of the 62/11 attack of 2008.