Drones

Countdown To Death: Trump Details Soleimani's End 

Cameras "miles in the sky," a countdown and then "boom": US President Donald Trump has recounted the final moments of Iran's powerful military leader, Qassem Soleimani, in an American drone strike. Trump delivered the account Friday night to...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Iran, Military

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What Can Iran Hope To Do Against America's Stealth Aircraft?

David Axe Security, Middle East Drones and more. Key point: The need for stealth grew only more urgent in 2019 when an Iranian missile knocked an MQ-4C out of the sky. U.S. forces on deployment to the Middle East include F-15E fighter-bombers,...
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Will Cheap Laser-guided Rockets Give F-16 Fighters An Affordable Weapon To Kill Drone Swarms And...

Sebastien Roblin Security, You can't kill the 'falcon'. On December 19, 2019 an F-16 Fighting Falcon single-engine jet fighter from the 85th Test & Evaluation Squadron used a single laser-guided rocket (see video here) to down a BQM-167 Skeeter...
Related topics: Laser, Science Videos

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Will Delivery Vehicles, Drones Make Our Skies Dirtier, Our Air Unhealthier? Analysis Offers Insights

Have you noticed the upswell of delivery vehicle-traffic lately? Welcome to the club. And there is the likelihood there will be drone-based package delivery added to that mix. All of which could be a recipe for dirtier skies and unhealthier air...

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Russia Pushes Ahead With Development Of Robotic T-72 Tanks And More

Sebastien Roblin Security, Eurasia Can the U.S. Army match it? Russia may have been slower to adopt armed aerial drones (UCAVs) into service but it moved ahead of America in the domain-land warfare when it deployed the Uran-9—effectively, a...
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Us Navy Revives Flak Gun Concept For Shooting Down Drones

In an attempt to wrestle with the high-tech danger posed to its warships by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), the US Navy has opted for a low-tech solution: bring back flak cannons.

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Bird-inspired Drone Bends Its Wings To Move Quickly

We’ve seen several delivery drones that take different approaches to how they work.Now, a team of researchers from Stanford University’s Lentink Lab have come up with PigeonBot- a drone which can bend, extend and simply change the shape...

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Israel's Magni Drone Is The Latest Military Tech To Reshape The Middle East

Seth J. Frantzman Security, Middle East Israel's military has impressive capabilities. Key point: Redefining situational awareness. Elbit Systems in Israel unveiled its MAGNI, a micro unmanned aerial system, that weighs 2.5 kg and is a...
Related topics: Israel, Military

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Killing Qassem Soleimani Violated National And International Law, Says Former Nuremberg Prosecutor

Donald Trump‘s decision to authorize the drone strike of top Iranian general Qassem Soleimani has drawn bi-partisan pushback. Benjamin B. Ferencz, a former prosecutor of the post-World War II Nuremberg trials, wrote to The New York Times this...
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Pigeon-inspired Drone Bends Its Wings To Make It More Agile

To be able to develop unmanned aerial systems (UAS) more maneuverable than current models, roboticists are drawing inspiration from birds. A team of researchers from Stanford University's Lentink Lab, for instance, has built a robotic pigeon...
Related topics: Robots

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Iranian Commander Threatens Us With Tougher Retaliation If It Continues Doing Mischief – Report

After the killing of top Iranian commander Qasem Soleimani and his associates in Baghdad in a drone attack, tensions between Tehran and Washington flared up. Iran responded to the assassination with strikes on Iraqi bases, housing US troops, which...
Related topics: Iraq, Baghdad, Iran, Tehran

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The Real Reason Trump Ordered Soleimani’s Killing

President Donald Trump’s administration has trotted out an embarrassingly inconsistent series of justifications for the recent drone strike in Iraq that killed top Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani. The ever-changing story of why Soleimani was killed...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Iraq

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Mitre Unveils Laboratory Focused On Autonomous Technology

In MITRE's Mobile Autonomous Systems Experimentation (MASE) Laboratory, team are researching ways to accelerate advanced autonomous technology and provide objective perspective and recommendations for broad impact in multiple domains, including...

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Get A $140 Drone With A 1080p Camera And ‘follow Me Mode’ For $79.99 With This Coupon

If you want an awesome drone with premium features that doesn't command a premium price, it doesn't get much better than the Potensic T25 GPS Drone on Amazon. For the very reasonable price of $140, you get a terrific drone that does everything you'd...
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Here’s Why The Killing Of Suleimani Was Legal

Since the U.S. killed Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani in a drone strike on Jan. 2, talk has turned to whether the strike was legal if the general could not be proven to have posed an imminent threat. But, as I said on Jan. 6 on Fox News and...

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"better Off": Rouhani Boasts Iran Enriching More Uranium Than Before 2015 Deal

"Better Off": Rouhani Boasts Iran Enriching More Uranium Than Before 2015 Deal As many predicted while seeing the obvious writing on the wall after the Jan.3rd drone assassination of IRGC Quds Force Gen. Qasem Soleimani, the Iran...
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Analyst: Us 'bid' To Cut Iraq Military Aid Over Troop Ouster Is A 'rejection Of Democratic Process'

The Wall Street Journal earlier reported that the Trump administration was preparing to cut $250 million in military aid to Baghdad after the Iraqi parliament’s non-binding vote to expel American troops from its soil over a 3 January US drone...
Related topics: Iraq, Military, Baghdad

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The Middle Eastern Problem Soleimani Figured Out

The Iranian general Qassem Suleimani is dead, and tensions with Iran appear to be simmering down. But the landscape he helped build is still very much a problem for the United States. Since his killing in a U.S. drone strike last week, experts have...
Related topics: Iran

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Apple Hires Drone And Aviation Law Expert As Washington Lobbyist

Apple has retained Lisa Ellman, a lawyer specializing in drone and aviation law, as a Washington lobbyist, reports Bloomberg. Ellman, a partner at law firm Hogan Lovells, leads her firm's Unmanned Aircraft Systems practice and also co-founded the...
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Lego Drone Finally Takes Off

We were concerned when we saw [Brick Experiment Channel] test a drone propulsion pod made with Lego. After all, the thrust generated was less than the weight of the assembly. But a few tweaks got enough lift to overcome the assembly weight, as you...

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