US Army’s A160 Hummingbird Robo Drone Copter Gets 1.8 Gigapixel Camera

US Army’s A160 Hummingbird Robo Drone Copter Gets 1.8 Gigapixel Camera

United States Army is going to deploy three Unmanned Boeing A160 Hummingbird alike helicopter for one year basis trial program to Afghanistan in July, 2012. Flying process and many other things are different from Predator, which is already serving in the battle zone. These special new fighters which have 1.8 Giga-pixel camera are made for […]

By On December 28, 2011 1 Response
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Northrop Grumman Release Firebird Aircraft System

Northrop Grumman Release Firebird Aircraft System

Scaled Composites and Northrop Grumman’s new Firebird spy plane and it’s a flexible new plane that’s a veritable surveillance Swiss Army knife. Part Predator UAV and part traditional aircraft, the Firebird can take to the skies with or without a human at the controls as it combs the earth for enemies of the state and the airframe’s HD video and infrared cameras, radar, and communications gear in the fuselage are able to gather info simultaneously to find the bad guys…………

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Boeing Phantom Ray Aircraft

Boeing Phantom Ray Aircraft

Boeing’s little delta wing is all grown up and flying on its own for the first time and drone took to the skies for 17 minutes over Edwards Air Force Base last week, proving its airworthiness and also showing off Boeing’s ability to quickly design and build a prototype advanced unmanned air system.Boeing will be running additional tests on the autonomous vehicle in the coming weeks in attempt to prep it for possible future surveillance and attack missions…………

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NASA Global Hawk

NASA Global Hawk

Landmark flight brings program one step closer to demonstrating autonomous aerial refueling between two unmanned aircraft.NASA’s Global Hawk completes unmanned airborne refueling simulation and it will do it for real next year…….

By On March 11, 2011 Respond
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