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Have you noticed that everywhere you look CCTV cameras are popping up? They are located on buildings, at intersections and even dangling beneath helicopters and UAVs. Not only is it getting to the point where you can no longer venture outdoors without being surveilled, but the technology now exists where clothing, car doors and walls become transparent. So if you want to know who could be watching you and how you can fight back, tune in, turn on and tweet.
You may have missed this on the TV news, but on dec. 20-21 seventeen teams duked it out at the DARPA Robotics Challenge for a chance to win $2 million. Sporting monikers like RoboSimian, Valkerie and Atlas, these droids looked something like a cross between a tinkertoy and the Terminator. Like the T1, these bots have articulated arms and legs. This is vital to the DARPA contest, since these droids are designed for search and rescue. Contest rules state that they must be able to climb ladders, open doors and turn valves. Only the best will go onto the finals in 2014.
During this episode we will also discuss the quantum leap that has recently taken place in everything from domestic robots to industrial bots and aerial drones. So if you want to know where this technology is headed before it comes knocking at your door, tun into this episode of Working the Web to Win.
Conservative commentary from the outskirts of the hub of Western Civilization.
The Obama administration’s “pivot” or “rebalancing” to Asia is intended to counter China’s strategy, but it will only work if Washington firmly stands its ground when China challenges it. China extending its air-defense identification zone (ADIZ) to include the disputed Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea, of which Japan has administrative control, is China’s latest move in the strategic chess game for power and influence in Asia. It’s one more step in China’s strategy to erode U.S. and its ally’s military superiority in the region.
Like the rest of the US military, the Navy has been working hard to integrate unmanned systems into their inventory for operational combat use. However, the unique challenges of operating unmanned systems in the maritime environment has forced the Navy to be somewhat more methodical and systematic in their development/deployment of such systems, especially unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Despite what some have said has been overly cautious approach, the Navy's efforts are yielding excellent results and promising capabilities for the future.
To learn more about the Navy's UAV programs, especially the recent success of their X-47B stealth prototype, joining host John D Gresham and guests Capt. Chuck Nash, USN (Ret. and Fox News military analyst) and SEAPOWER Magagine writer Rick Burgess (of the Navy League). Please join us at 1 PM EDT for military Monday, and call in with your questions, thoughts, and comments.
Defense consultant and retired RAF Group Captain Chris Granville-White and retired RAF Air Marshal Sir Dusty Miller head up a discussion on their respective experience, views on the recent development in the field of pilot training, the UK's MFTS programme and the new requirements to train personnel in operating UAVs.
The 1900's predicted a lot of things for the world in the 2000s that never came true but we've advanced in many ways. Jason Sorrell and BeastXeno go over the nifty gadgets that we have to play with.<p>
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Col. Carlile serves as the Director, U.S. Army Unmanned Aircraft Systems Center of Excellence and joins us today to discuss his commands efforts in the UAS spectrum. Col. Carlile is an aviator by trade and brings to the fight his decades of experience in the helo community.
Defense consultant and retired RAF Group Captain Chris Granville-White and retired RAF Air Marshal Sir Dusty Miller head up a discussion on their respective experience, views on the recent development in the field of pilot training, the UK's MFTS programme and the new requirements to train personnel in operating UAVs. They will be key speakers at Military Flight Training 2010, Feb 23-25, London.
Please Join us this episode for an exclusive interview with internationally esteemed jounalist, Keith Harmon Snow. Keith will be discussing the details surrounding his most recent report,"BELGIAN PARATROOPERS TO CRUSH
RISING CONGO REBELLION?" How are AFRICOM in RWANDA/CONGO/SUDAN all tied together? Drones and UAVS. The Role of Western Propaganda. These questions and topics will all be addressed this Monday Night at 6PM EST on Your World News. Simply click the link above and you may listen to the program LIVE or on ARCHIVE if you cannot tune in LIVE.
Please tune into this very important episode for more details on the crisis in CONGO and find out what you can do to help our brothers and sisters there!
Air Force Lt. Gen. Norman R. Seip, commander of 12th Air Force (Air Forces Southern), Reaper and Predator UAVs, operational and medical readiness exercises in Central and South America, and work on issues with A-10 Thunderbolt “wing cracks.”