3D printing the future of drones as Northrop Grumman hit TERN milestones - 3D Printing Industry [feedly]

miércoles, 30 de noviembre de 2016


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3D printing the future of drones as Northrop Grumman hit TERN milestones
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According to DARPA's video, TERN is a 'revolutionary medium-altitude long endurance (MALE) highly autonomous unmanned air system (UAS)'. Basically, the vehicle which is being developed for the US military can be seen as a hybrid of a helicopter and ...
Northrop Passes Two Milestones for Joint DARPA-ONR 'Tern' UAS ProgramExecutiveBiz (blog)

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Transport Canada working to reform UAV regs - Skies Magazine (press release) [feedly]

Skies Magazine (press release)
Transport Canada working to reform UAV regs
Skies Magazine (press release)
The use of unmanned aircraft for recreational and non-recreation purposes has taken off in recent years, significantly increasing the workload for Transport Canada regulators. In 2010, the department received 66 applications for SFOCs; last year that ...

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FLIR acquires UAV manufacturer - IHS Jane's 360 [feedly]



FLIR acquires UAV manufacturer
IHS Jane's 360
FLIR Systems announced on 30 November that it had acquired Norwegian micro-unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) manufacturer Prox Dynamics. According to a release from FLIR Systems, the transaction is valued at USD134 million in cash. Prox Dynamics will ...

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For Airbus and Boeing, it’s about Alabama, Alabama, Alabama [feedly]

For Airbus and Boeing, it's about Alabama, Alabama, Alabama
https://leehamnews.com/2016/11/29/airbus-boeing-alabama-alabama-alabama/

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Elixir Aircraft preparing piston-single for 2017 first flight [feedly]

French start-up manufacturer Elixir Aircraft has completed the detailed design phase for its Elixir piston-single, and says it will begin assembly of the prototype in December with a view to flying the all-carbonfibre aircraft in the first half of 2017.
http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/elixir-aircraft-preparing-piston-single-for-2017-fir-431952/

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IFG prepares to disclose Optica valuation [feedly]

IFG prepares to disclose Optica valuation
http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ifg-prepares-to-disclose-optica-valuation-431960/

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H&K to End Deals with Non-NATO Members | Norway to Spend $1.15B on P-8A’s | Italian Navy Launches First Aster Missiles [feedly]

H&K to End Deals with Non-NATO Members | Norway to Spend $1.15B on P-8A's | Italian Navy Launches First Aster Missiles
http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/hk-to-end-deals-with-non-nato-members-norway-to-spend-1-15b-on-p-8as-italian-navy-launches-first-aster-missiles-035331/

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Airborne on a budget: The best drones for under $250 [feedly]

With their crisp 4K cameras and fancy autonomous flight modes, expensive prosumer drones are a pretty tempting path into the world of unmanned aircraft. But there are more than a few ways to get in on the action without shelling out thousands of dollars. Today, drones at lower price points offer a less risky way for novices to learn the ropes, while still including some bells and whistles to keep the fun coming once they're up and away, such as VR features and HD video. Here's our selection of the best drones available now for less than US$250 that offer a little something more than just the sheer thrill of flying.

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http://newatlas.com/budget-drones-best-2016/46707/

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Como debe informar un periodista en un accidente aéreo según el Colegio Oficial de Pilotos

http://www.copac.es/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/Informar-sobre-accidentes-aereos-guia-para-periodistas.pdf



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106-Year-Old Fishing Net Maker May Have Space Junk Solution

A 106-year-old Japanese fishing net maker may have a solution. Nitto Seimo Co. is working with Japan’s space agency to develop a mesh material to tether and drag bus-size pieces of space junk into the atmosphere for incineration. Scientists will get their first indication of whether the metallic line will work when it’s tested in orbit next month, said project chief Koichi Inoue, an associate principal researcher at the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency.


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