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Solar Drones to Stay Aloft for Years at a Time
Nicholas West activistpost.com Even as the debate intensifies over the scope of drone warfare and surveillance, significant upgrades continue and the drone industry booms. Recently we have seen the Navy successfully test autonomous drone takeoffs and landings at sea, while Boeing has begun to retrofit its decommissioned F-16s into pilotless fighter jets. This trend toward a future of autonomous fleets of large-scale war fighters is developing in tandem with the trend toward miniaturization and the mimicking of nature itself to hide drone tech in plain sight. The latest developments focus on ways to not only get new drone models aloft via remote control, or through their own autonomous decisions, but how to keep them there for as long as possible - perhaps even permanently. Toward the end of 2011 a program called MUSIC was made public and revealed the goals of Future Combat Systems - essentially a network of ground-based and sky-based systems that could communicate and operate as a seamless and permanent intranet of war and surveillance. Since that time, the technology has been publicly rolled out demonstrating the capability for drones to stay aloft for increasing periods of time. This was revealed in a drone industry report provided by Aerospace and Defense News covering plans for 2013-2023, where it states:The fact that what used to be conspiracy talk is now openly discussed in corporate media as we head toward a full implementation of drones over the U.S. by 2015 is likely not a coincidence. With this as the backdrop, there have been some recent announcements in the area of solar-powered drones that bear watching. CBS News recently reported that Titan Aerospace has developed its Solara line of drones which can fly continuously for up to five years. Here is the promo video: The solar concept is also being offered as the next gen tech to be applied to already existing micro drones that are designed to mimic nature. to read more click here: activistpost.com
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