Soft Walls in the News
- KCBS interview of Prof. E.A. Lee by Charles Osgood June 23, 2004.
"Soft Walls" sollen Terrorflüge verhindern,
(Google Translation to English),
Heise Online, January 4, 2004.
- Automagic No-Fly-Zone Enforcement,
Slashdot, Jan 3, 2004.
- Can Technology Stop Jet Terror Attacks?,
ABC News TV, December 30, 2003.
- Reseachers Developing High-Tech Measures Against Airliner Terror Attacks,
Radio Interview of Edward A. Lee, Chris Richard, Voice of America,
December 6, 2003.
This Radio Interview was also carried by the following news outlets:
Globalsecurity.org 12/12/2003 and
Baku Today, 12/8/2003.
- Iman Ahmadi, "Soft Walls," California Engineer, University of California, Berkeley, CA, Fall, 2003 (Vol. 82, Issue 1).
- Enforcing Designated No-Fly Zones With Soft Walls, by Steve Sanders,
September 17, 2003.
- Schutzwände gegen Attentate (Free registration required),
Michael Remke, Welt am Sonntag, August 10, 2003.
- Radio Interview (Real Audio Format) of Edward A. Lee, WTOP, Washington DC,
at 1:52pm, July 14, 2003.
Radio interview of Edward A. Lee, As It Happens, Toronto, on
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), July 9, 2003.
(The interview begins around 15:35
in Part 2 of the As It Happens Real Audio stream).
- Protecting Cities from Hijacked Planes,
Slashdot, July 3, 2003.
- Computers Could Guard
Cities Against Hijack Attack, Reuters, July 2, 2003.
- 'Soft walls' will keep hijacked planes at bay, By
Anil Ananthaswamy, New Scientist, July 2, 2003.
This article was also carried by many news outlets, including:
Toronto Globe and Mail,
The Washington Times,
The Orlando Sentinel,
The Straits Times (Singapore),
The Times of India,
The Star (South Africa),
The Age (Australia)
Force Field For No-Fly Zones, By David Pescovitz, Lab Notes:
Research From the College of Engineering, University of California,
Berkeley, May 30, 2003
Can Computers Foil Hijackers?, By Matthew L. Wald,
New York Times,
April 11, 2002.
- A no-fly zone for terrorism, by Katharine
Salon, December 13, 2001.
- Professor Creates New Software to Thwart Air
Attacks, by Cyrus Farivar,
October 24, 2001.