Monday 12 Mar
Knocking out mobile networks, traffic signals, or radio and TV broadcasts are an increasingly common feature of international conflicts. For decades, military electronic warfare has been an effective ...
Tuesday 27 Feb
Few Russian think tanks can be considered to be independent of the state today. Russia also has the explicit policy of conveying a positive image of Russia via think tanks. Think tanks do that differe...
Tuesday 06 Feb
The armed Islamist group, Boko Haram, has been weakened in Nigeria – but it’s too early to discount it. There’s a risk that the group may regain its strength. This is the conclusion of FOI analysts wh...
Monday 04 Dec
FOI, in a study commissioned by the Armed Forces, has investigated the risks involved in so-called virtualized IT systems. Used properly, they present major advantages, but they also require careful r...
Monday 20 Nov
There are several established methods for determining whether water is contaminated. But they are unable to say anything about what is polluting the water. Now, FOI has developed a method that uses DN...
Tuesday 07 Nov
Technology development is proceeding briskly within many fields that are interesting for the Swedish Armed Forces.
Wednesday 25 Oct
Underground nuclear explosions emit radioactive gases such as xenon and argon. FOI is expanding its knowledge of natural background radiation to yield ever more reliable evidence of nuclear weapons te...
Monday 23 Oct
FOI has now released the seventh edition of its most downloaded report – Strategic Outlook – with its focus on Swedish national security.
Monday 16 Oct
A new FOI report to the Armed Forces details substantial progress in research on multi-sensor systems. Among other things, such systems can now follow suspicious objects autonomously.
Monday 02 Oct
A cargo ship collides with a cruise liner. Hundreds are injured and several thousand passengers are evacuated. This was the scenario for a major catastrophe exercise where tools developed by FOI were ...