Great powers stand to lose the most from weapons like drone swarms and should back a limited ban on the most dangerous systems…More about this article in the link below… “Why the World Must Ban Autonomous Weapons Like Drone Swarms” https://foreignpolicy.com/2020/10/14/ai-drones-swarms-killer-robots-partial-ban-on-autonomous-weapons-would-make-everyone-safer/Read More Why the World Must Ban Autonomous Weapons Like Drone Swarms
The Ukrainian Defense Ministry plans to purchase six to 12 Bayraktar TB2 complexes, each with six to 12 control stations, and three to four UAVs, according to latest reports… While the United States currently sits at the top of the throne in terms of developing the world’s finest armed drones, Turkey has steadily climbed the […]Read More How Turkey Outclassed The UK With Their Own Technology To Develop One Of World’s Most Lethal Drones?
General Atomics Aeronautical Systems has integrated the Leonardo Sage 750 electronic emission sensor pod onto its MQ-9B SeaGaurdian unmanned air vehicle (UAV). The pod is designed to search for radar waves, for example, coming from radar-guided surface-to-air missile batteries on land sites or on ships, General Atomics says on 9 September… More about this in […]Read More MQ-9B SeaGaurdian integrated with Leonardo’s radar sniffing Sage 750 | News | Flight Global
Deliveries of first heavy unmanned combat air vehicle will herald a new era for Russian combat airpower and potential for a “loyal wingman” for the Su-57… More about this article in the link below… https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/35367/now-russia-wants-its-first-okhotnik-combat-drone-in-service-by-2024Read More Now Russia Wants Its First Okhotnik Combat Drone In Service By 2024 – The Drive
Security guards at Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station west of Phoenix noticed something odd on a September night last year… More about this in the link below… https://www.azcentral.com/story/money/business/energy/2020/07/31/drones-flew-over-palo-verde-nuclear-plant-arizona-pilots-unknown/5551928002/Read More Drones flew over Palo Verde nuclear plant in Arizona — pilots unknown
By now, the world knows that Iran shot down a U.S. Navy RQ-4A operating over international airspace during peacetime with a surface to air missile (SAM). That’s a big deal for unmanned warfare. Shooting down remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) during war isn’t a big deal. The U.S. has lost quite a few modern drones in […]Read More UNMANNED WARFARE: Stuff Just Got Real – Inside Unmanned Systems