Drones

Ilhan Omar Demands Pentagon Acknowledge, Compensate Us Drone Strike Victims 'illegally Killed' In...

Eoin Higgins, staff writerCongresswoman's call, says one rights advocate, "is an important acknowledgment that civilians unlawfully harmed have a right to redress."
Related topics: Pentagon, Somalia

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China's Next Superweapon: Kamikaze Drones?

Michael Peck Security, Asia Like drones in general, loitering munitions can be hard to detect and shoot down, especially the smaller models. Here's What You Need To Remember: Suicide drones have been developed by the United States and...
Related topics: China, Israel

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Pompeo Slams Un Report On Deadly Us Drone Strike On Iranian

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has criticized an independent U.N. human rights expert’s report saying a U.S. drone strike that killed a top Iranian general in January amounted to a violation of international law
Related topics: Mike Pompeo, Human Rights

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America's 6th-generation Stealth Fighter Could Be Everything

Kris Osborn Security, Americas Current work on a futuristic sixth-generation fighter—to come after and fly alongside upgraded F-35s—includes the development of stealthy drone fighters, hypersonic flight, lasers, new precision weaponry and...
Related topics: Laser

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Are Killer U.s. Navy Drones Going To End The Submarine Age?

Kris Osborn Security, Americas The Navy’s accelerated strategic vision aims to catapult this kind of technology into a new era. Key Point: The submarine age could be ending. Should an enemy submarine surface well beyond undersea or surface...

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Iran's Shahed 129 Drone Could Soon Be Even Deadlier

Caleb Larson Security, Tehran’s drone program be getting a GPS boost. Here's What You Need to Remember: If claims about GPS-navigable Shahed 129s are credible, then Iran presumably has the ability to use GPS navigation in tandem with other...
Related topics: Iran, Tehran

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300 Drones Lit Up The Night Sky In Seoul In An Immaculate Display Of Solidarity For Healthcare...

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport organized a coordinated, 10 minute light show consisting of 300 drones over the Han River in the capital of Seoul. The display was intended to thank healthcare workers on the frontline and encourage...
Related topics: South Korea, Seoul

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U.s. Blasts Un Report Calling The Killing Of Iran’s Top General Unlawful

The United States on Wednesday blasted a UN finding that a US drone strike that killed a top Iranian general
Related topics: Iran

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Did The Fcc Make An Error That Will Harm The Military's Gps Network (think China)?

Kris Osborn Technology, World A lot of military and political leaders seem to think so. What if a drone-launched, precision-guided Hellfire missile or fighter-jet air-dropped bomb was heading directly toward a designated enemy target, but it was...
Related topics: Military, China

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This Ai System Locates Drone Pilots Flying Too Close To Airports

Scientists have built an AI tool that finds drone pilots flying dangerously close to airports or protected airspace. The system aims to reduce the risks drones pose to aircraft. Not only can they collide with planes, but they can also interfere with...
Related topics: Airports

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Drones And Aerial Vehicles Are Set To Change Our Cities, But How?

Drones, personal flying vehicles, and air taxis may be part of our everyday life in the very near future. Drones and air taxis will create new means of mobility and transport routes. Drones will be used for surveillance, delivery and in the...

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Facebook Reportedly Wants To Buy A Drone Company

Mark Zuckerberg’s long-stated goal for Facebook is to “connect the world.” Now it seems he may be considering using drones in order to achieve that. The world’s largest social network is in talks to purchase Titan Aerospace, a manufacturer...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, Mark Zuckerberg, Titan Aerospace

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How The U.s. Navy Hopes To Take Out Enemy Anti-ship Missiles

Kris Osborn Security, World The technology of the future? Multiple precision-guided anti-ship missiles stream across the ocean, armed enemy drones circle the skies and swarms of radio-networked enemy small boats coordinate integrated surface...

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Exclusive: Did Chinese Agents Try To Stake Out American Natural Gas Plants With Drones?

Matthew Petti Security, Asia That’s what the Department of Homeland Security worried about. Chinese corporate employees have been conducting “surveillance” at natural gas facilities in the American South, leaked documents from the Department...

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Un Says United States Broke The Law By Drone Bombing Notorious Iranian Terror Leader Qassem...

In early January the United States killed General Qassim Soleimani, a top commander of Iran’s al-Quds Force, in an airstrike at Baghdad’s International Airport. The strike also killed Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis, the deputy commander of Iran-backed...
Related topics: Iran, Iraq, Baghdad, Airports

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Analog Noise Generator, Fighter Of Other Noises

A chaotic drone of meaningless sound to lull the human brain out of its usual drive to latch on to patterns can at times be a welcome thing. A nonsense background din — like an old television tuned to a dead channel — can help drown out...

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Breathtaking South Korean Coronavirus Drone Show Encourages Everyone To ‘cheer Up’

In terms of a global coronavirus update, there's not that much good news to go around at the moment -- though there are exceptions, such as in South Korea which has done a better job than most countries at getting a handle on the virus and tamping...
Related topics: South Korea

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Hundreds Of Drones Light Up Seoul Sky With Virus Messages

Hundreds of drones lit up the night sky in Seoul for a spectacular showcase of motivational and awareness messages as the world battles the coronavirus pandemic. Three hundred unmanned aerial vehicles were programmed to form images above the Han...

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Russia's 'stealthy Heavy Attack' Drone Is Coming

Kris Osborn Security, Europe Moscow's new weapon is very close to completion. Key Point: Moscow has been modernizing its forces and building new weapons. Here is what it hopes to do with the Okhotnik. Russia is pursuing additional tests,...
Related topics: Russia, Moscow

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Weekend Deals: $22 Drones, $6 Fairy Lights And A $30 Airpods Pro Alternative - Cnet

The kid-friendly indoor quadcopter comes with two batteries for extra flight time.

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