Sukhoi PAK FA's new missile capable of destroying all targets - Pravda

miércoles, 3 de mayo de 2017


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Sukhoi PAK FA's new missile capable of destroying all targets
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The Russian T-50 fighter aircraft of the 5th generation has been equipped with a tactical Kh-35UE anti-ship cruise missile, which is capable of annihilating any sea targets. According to specialists, the T-50 will become a multifunctional combat machine.
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These automated, flying robots are tiny, cheap, disposable. And in large groups, they could either save your life, or be the deadliest weapon since the machine gun. What do you picture when you think of a drone? A solitary, remote-controlled toy with propellers, or perhaps a large, unmanned milit...

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How do you build a massive infrastructure project meant to bring Britain into the future… and not destroy the stories about its past? Two new railway lines are trying to figure it out. Sitting in a train seat and watching the outside world whiz past, you're unlikely to think about the sacrifices ...

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The U.S. Navy is designing safer batteries, because no one wants a fire at sea

Samsung isn't the only organization worried about flammable batteries Our smartphones and other gadgets are powered by lithium-ion batteries, but as companies like Samsung know all too well, those charge-holders can be flammable under the wrong conditions. The hazards of lithium-ion batteries are...

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Arianespace Restarts Operations After French Guiana Strikes
http://aviationweek.com/commercializing-space/arianespace-restarts-operations-after-french-guiana-strikes

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http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/analysis-why-the-next-airbus-mro-vendor-is-boeing-436736/

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FAA And ASSURE Announce Results Of Drone-Human Collision Study

http://pr.cirlot.com/faa-and-assure-announce-results-of-ground-collision-study/


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HondaJet Sets Two Speed Records [feedly]

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IBM Inventors Patent Invention for Transferring Packages between Aerial Drones



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Armonk, N.Y. - 28 Apr 2017: IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that its inventors have been granted a patent for transferring packages between drones during flight. The invention described in US Patent No. 9,561,852: In flight transfer of packages between aerial drones helps to extend the range of drones that are delivering packages from a warehouse to a customer's home. IBM inventors developed this patented system using their supply chain expertise to enable precise delivery services to customers using drones.




Drones are starting to be used to transport packages to customer locations, but there are still numerous challenges to this delivery method such as: limited flight range, theft of unattended packages once delivered, and a lack of delivery network optimization. This invention can help to mitigate these challenges by providing in-flight drone-to-drone package transfers to extend package delivery range.



For example, a customer expecting a package could dispatch a personal drone to receive and securely deliver the package to the customer’s home. Drone delivery network optimization could be provided to autonomous drones via the communications link described in the patent.

“Drones have the potential to change the way businesses operate and by leveraging machine learning, drones could change ecommerce,” said Sarbajit Rakshit, IBM Master Inventor and co-inventor on the patent. “Our inventor team is focused on improving how the most valuable cargo is delivered globally. This could create opportunities such as managing drones to deliver postal packages and medicine in developing countries via the most direct route.”

IBM inventors have patented other inventions related to drones and drone-enabling technologies. However, this is just one aspect of IBM’s Supply Chain and Logistics expertise. IBM manages supply chains for clients on a worldwide basis using IBM Watson Supply Chain.

For more information about IBM’s patent leadership, please visit: https://ibm.co/2px5s2M

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Virgin tests space plane's "feather" re-entry system

http://newatlas.com/virgin-galactic-vss-unity-feather-flight-test/49327/


http://www.virgingalactic.com/update-from-mojave-first-feather-flight-of-vss-unity-completed/

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