UAVs - Page 2




 
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November 7th, 2011  
Yossarian
 
 
"The technology in them, picking up the heat from a recently fired rifle being carried by militants who just ambushed a patrol, and using that to fire a missile accurately all the whole being 2 miles high in the sky (from memory.) "


Now what I am waiting for is kinetic projectiles the size of a telphone pole to be launched from orbit to extremely hardened targets...

Like for say illegal nuclear facilities.
November 8th, 2011  
eTe
 
 
Project Zeus or something isn't it?
I read about that. Looks pretty interesting.
December 4th, 2011  
Mootaz-Khelifi
 
 
Tunisia is the first Arab country to develop this industry in 1997, in 2003 it was joined by the United Arab Emirates. UAVs are construction and design of Tunisia, they are produced by the company "Tunisia Aero Technologies (TAT). Oct. 1997: Flight of the first Tunisian drone "TAT Aoussou", it served primarily target air (aeral target) to anti-aircraft units. It has been designed and built in eight months. August 1998: First flight of the prototype "TAT Nasnas" (or anasnas). It has been designed and built in six months.
  1. Short Range UAV Demonstrator Nasnas
Dimensions
Length 2.8m
Height 1.3m
Wingspan 3.80m
Diameter Not Available
Weight 43 kg
Launch conventional wheeled or catapult
Recovery conventional wheeled or parachute
Performance
Speed 70kt
Autonomy > 14hr
Ceiling 5.000m
Mission Radius Not Available
Datalinks
Datalink: Not Available
Guidance:telemetry command via autopilot and GPS (production version)
System: Not Available
Fuel: Not Available
Payloads
FLIR or TV camera. scientific instrumentation
25 kg

NASNAS MK-1
  1. TAT Super Nasnas
It has evolved subsequently to give birth to a new version of the Super Nasnas "stronger and more polished.

Characteristic of Super Nasnas
scale 6m90
area of 3.80 m2 wing
length 4m70
height 1.30m
weight, 158 kg unladen, maximum takeoff weight 270 kg
payload of 55 kg
cruising speed 170 km / h
altitude of 5,200 m.
16h autonomy flight
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December 16th, 2011  
daryaepars
 
 
Now, Iran produced different versions of UAVs.In the mid of Iraq war against Iran and in tough sanctions against Iran,Iranian started to produce UAV . Now,They can even down RQ-170 which is a famous reconnaissance drone and even the most modern kind of it in the world .I think Iranians are near U.S technology to produce UAV
December 17th, 2011  
Spartan613
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by daryaepars
Now, Iran produced different versions of UAVs.In the mid of Iraq war against Iran and in tough sanctions against Iran,Iranian started to produce UAV . Now,They can even down RQ-170 which is a famous reconnaissance drone and even the most modern kind of it in the world .I think Iranians are near U.S technology to produce UAV
So how did you "down" this RQ-170? It didn't appear to have a scratch on it.
Or was it a mock-up?
December 17th, 2011  
azher
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by daryaepars
Now, Iran produced different versions of UAVs.In the mid of Iraq war against Iran and in tough sanctions against Iran,Iranian started to produce UAV . Now,They can even down RQ-170 which is a famous reconnaissance drone and even the most modern kind of it in the world .I think Iranians are near U.S technology to produce UAV
you are kidding right??
December 18th, 2011  
Mootaz-Khelifi
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by daryaepars
Now, Iran produced different versions of UAVs.In the mid of Iraq war against Iran and in tough sanctions against Iran,Iranian started to produce UAV . Now,They can even down RQ-170 which is a famous reconnaissance drone and even the most modern kind of it in the world .I think Iranians are near U.S technology to produce UAV
hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh Iran losers country
December 19th, 2011  
VDKMS
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Spartan613
So how did you "down" this RQ-170? It didn't appear to have a scratch on it.
Or was it a mock-up?
We'll have to wait some time before we know what really happened. What I found strange was the big welds on the UAV wings, not something stealthy, is it?
December 20th, 2011  
Spartan613
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by VDKMS
We'll have to wait some time before we know what really happened. What I found strange was the big welds on the UAV wings, not something stealthy, is it?
Funny old thing, that.
December 22nd, 2011  
daryaepars
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Spartan613
So how did you "down" this RQ-170? It didn't appear to have a scratch on it.
Or was it a mock-up?
That's right!!! we did not down it like you!!! you can guess about it more and more!! But,the reality is that WE have it now and as you told ,we have it even without a scratch!!! It means we have enough Cyber knowledege to capture it or we have a good relationship with U.S!! then think more and more
 


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