Herne Bay airshow crash: quick-witted spectators dash into sea to save pilot

domingo, 14 de agosto de 2016

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/08/14/herne-bay-airshow-crash-quick-witted-spectators-dash-into-sea-to/

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OPINION: Can Airlander revive the airship's prospects? [feedly]

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OPINION: Can Airlander revive the airship's prospects?
// Flight Global HEADLINES

At Flight International we salute innovation. And Hybrid Air Vehicles, the start-up behind the Airlander 10 which has re-emerged from its hangar after returning to the UK in 2013 has it in spades.
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Marine Corps Tests Tiny Helicopter UAV [feedly]

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Marine Corps Tests Tiny Helicopter UAV
// Aero-News Network

Pocket-Sized Drone Delivers Live Video Feeds From Three Cameras The U.S. Marine Corps is conducting tests with the Black Hornet PD-100 helicopter drone that can deliver live video feeds from three cameras about a mile away.
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B-2s Conduct Deployment To Indo-Asia-Pacific Region [feedly]

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B-2s Conduct Deployment To Indo-Asia-Pacific Region
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Three Spirit Bombers Rotated To Guam Three B-2 Spirits deployed from Whiteman Air Force Base, Missouri, to Andersen AFB, Guam, in the U.S. Pacific Command area of operations Aug. 9.
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EasyJet incident highlights 'open descent' mode risk

http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/easyjet-incident-highlights-open-descent-mode-risk-428468/

UK investigators have reiterated the need to understand aircraft behaviour in various modes after the stall-protection system intervened on an EasyJet Airbus A320 during a visual approach to Paphos.

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Think you can take out a swarm of attack drones? DARPA wants to hear from you - ZDNet

http://www.zdnet.com/article/think-you-can-take-out-a-swarm-of-attack-drones-darpa-wants-to-hear-from-you/

ZDNet

Think you can take out a swarm of attack drones? DARPA wants to hear from you
ZDNet
... aircraft and has drones that can fly at 45mph. Now, in its never-ending quest to close capability gaps, the Pentagon's advanced research agency wants to develop a defensive system that can take out an attacking fleet of smallunmanned air systems ...

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£1m military drone crashed in Wales after crew disabled anti-crash systems – report - The Register

http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/08/12/watchkeeper_drone_wk031_crash_report_1m_uav_destroyed/

12 ago. 2016


The Register

£1m military dronecrashed in Wales after crew disabled anti-crashsystems – report
The Register
A £1m British Army Watchkeeper drone had to be scrapped after crashing at an airfield in Wales when the ex-RAF officer piloting it disabled the unmanned aerial vehicle's anti-crash systems. Although the official main cause of the accident was given as ...

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Britain looks to robot dragonflies and lasers for future defense - New Atlas

http://newatlas.com/britain-robot-dragonflies-lasers/44885/

Britain looks to robot dragonflies and lasers for future defense
New Atlas
... Insights Unit (IRIS) is intended to identify emerging technologies and determine their potential military impact. Among a number of projects currentlyunder consideration, Skeeter is a tiny Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) from Oxford-based Animal Dynamics.
Dragonfly drones, VR helmets, and laser guns on British military's wishlistArs Technica UK

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AeroVironment launches new UAV recovery system for ships - IHS Jane's 360

http://www.janes.com/article/62938/aerovironment-launches-new-uav-recovery-system-for-ships

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SpaceX succesfully launches another satellite, brings home another rocket | TechCrunch

https://techcrunch.com/2016/08/13/spacex-succesfully-launches-another-satellite-brings-home-another-rocket/

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