What Is the Difference Between a Drone and a B-17 Bomber?

Nobody dies when a drone is shot down

1. What is the difference between a Drone and a B-17 bomber?

You can not drop thousands of phosphorous bombs on Dresden with drones and kill 100,000 people by burning down a major industrial city

2. What will the police in Washington DC do if they see me flying a drone by the white house?

Well, I am pretty sure it's against the law. They probably have high security over at the White House and you would get caught

3. Drone or a classic remote controlled airplane: How can I tell the difference?

Leaving out the details in Nick's answer - right now the use of the word drone is very confused. The best I could come up with might be that a drone can collect data, including pictures - somehow

4. Is Donald Trump correct that it isn't just to kill 150 people for shooting down a drone?

The idea that 45 would get cold feet and stand down from the planned attack since he was informed it "might" kill as many as 150 people is completely unbelievable. I don't think Donald would give a rat's patoot if an attack on Iran would kill 150 people or 150,000 people.DJT has no concept of what is just and moral. He still hasn't assumed responsibility for, and won't even acknowledge that he took out a full page NYT ad calling for summary execution of the Central Park 5 , sticking to his story even after the 5 men were finally exonerated by DNA evidence.My take is that he needlessly picked a fight with Iran and ignored the admonishments of our allies in doing so. BUT...his dear friend Vladimir has financial and political interests in Iran and he didn't want Donnie screwing it all up. Donnie stands down so that he doesn't piss off the boss then concocts a bogus humanitarian excuse. Pathetic.Is Donald Trump correct that it is not just to kill 150 people for shooting down a drone?

5. Is it legal to shoot down a drone that is spying on you?

It is too small to be shoot down. perhaps, you can record its movement and prove its violation on your privacy. Then you can law suit the local government. Normally, those drones are targeting terrorists. Matthew 12:7 Wherefore if ye knew what this is, I will have mercy and not sacrifice, ye would not have condemned the innocents.

6. Did you hear Afghanistan Head of al-Qaida 'Killed in Pakistan Drone Strike?

Again? *

7. What's the best way to gget my drone business of the ground?

Not sure you would need one as an electrician. Drones are used for roof repair, to give an aerial view of the structure, or to show areas that are difficult to get to without a crane

8. Can the radio signal between on ground pilots and drone aircraft be jammed?

Of course they can. It would need a lot of power. But that is not the main problem. Whatever was jamming them would need to put out a continuous high power signal. It could then be found and destroyed. Lots of missiles are designed to follow radio/radar signals to their source, they detonate when they get there. Also the drone can use frequency hopping to avoid such interference. If the taliban had the same technology this would be worth using as they could use anti-radiation missiles, following the signal to the remote pilot and killing him

9. Iran says "finders keepers" according to the news, why should they give drone back?

Maybe if we minded our buisness, our enemies would not be our enemies and even if they were they wouldnt accidently get our technology?

10. Have drone strikes ever stopped anyone from building a bomb?

Probably not but the threat from Islamic terrorists is for the most part non-nuclear

11. Obama's willing to accept 36 civilian lives per terrorist shot by drone, are you?

All sins would nicely be forgiven different than sinning against the Holy Ghost. Why would desire to you be so involved by something solid occurring to somebody which you think of is undesirable? individually i think of solid issues occurring even to undesirable people are nevertheless solid issues. absolutely everyone who ever killed all people in the international grew to become right into a son or daughter to somebody. They have been all nevertheless human. Do you think of that is previous your nature to kill or rape? to settle for Jesus Christ as Lord means accepting his commandments, to love God and save his commandments and to love thy neighbor as thyself. A man or woman who keeps to kill or rape, nicely they are actually not precisely doing what is needful of accepting Jesus. So, in certainty you are asking what occurs while it particularly is a Tuesday and a Friday on an identical time. nicely, that is in basic terms not achieveable

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How to Get Correct Coordinates System of Drone Images?
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Do You Have to Be a Pilot in the Airforce to Qualify for (UAV) Drone Pilot ?
No lol. In the Army the MOS is 96U Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operator and you need to score at least a 105 in Surveillance and Communications on the ASVAB. I was going to do that but the training is 6 1/2 months long to fly the predators and I would rather just do 13 weeks for infantry. There are no pilots in those things.. Hence the word Unmanned in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operator.1. In the future, what will weaponry be like?I am not an expert but I read a great deal and have opinions based on current weapon development.I think we will gradually move from cased ammunition weapons to energy projection weapons that fire pulses that stop a heart, blind opponents and fire explosive rounds that follow a target. Instead of magazines of bullets, guns will contain energy packs that fire chemical lasers or other pulse weapons. This is in cases where soldiers remain in use.I think there will be increased use of snipers and sniper equipment will get more electronic, more accurate and quieter, plus work over longer distances. Nothing sows fear in the battlefield like a sniper. Snipers will also be used as tools of foreign policy. Cyber warfare will be instrumental with warring sides attempting to control and damage power stations, water plants, chemical plants, refineries and the like by inserting viruses and trojans into key systems the activating them at the proper time. Military systems will need to be hardened and kept completely separate from radio and network attachment to insure they remain operational during combat. Drones will swarm battlefields, some large and armed with pinpoint accurate energy weapons, some with torso-affecting heat rays or similar non-lethal means of crippling, blinding or dispersing crowds. Riot control will be by drone. There will also be drones as small as bees flying in huge numbers around enemy encampments and sites, both to gather intelligence and to deliver explosive charges with pinpoint accuracy on individuals and sensitive equipments, such as computers or monitors. They will not need to be controlled from a ground station but have a mind of their own like real bugs. A great deal of effort will be made to thwart all kinds of drones, such as laser targetting, shotgun type weapons, screens, emp or energy devices fired at intervals for proactive and reactive defense against massed tiny drones. Perhaps much warfare will move underground or under water as a result. Body armor would have to change, with detection equipment and specialized weapons that can neutralize drone attacks. Different kinds of camoflage and misdirection tools would be needed to fool drones or redirect them. There will be interference electronics. Because drones will be so cheap to build, there will be fewer, if any manned fighters or bombers. The result will be different kinds of aerial flying machines with more and different kinds of weapons where there used to be life support for a human pilot. Because they will be cheaper and more expendable, there may be more massed attacks with more dogfight style combat with hundreds of planes fighting for air superiority at one one preceding a drone invasion that paints the landscape for standoff target acquisition, soldier elimination and intelligence gathering. A successful attack might involve the elimination of all human targets by drones before robot mules move in to blast open gates and armored positions before the human soldiers take the position.Ship based war will change as warships become flat panels on the water with little profile, recessed rapid fire rail guns that emerge when needed, lots of standoff missiles, the ability to move at 70 or 80 MPH on the water and have a tiny crew of five or ten men despite displacing tens of thousands of tons. Submarines will still exist as part of the nuclear triad but they also may change to be faster, have fewer crew and able to carry out additional missions, for example, replacing amphibious assualt ships be including fast attack hydrofoils, drone deployment devices, weapons to acquire air superiority from drone attacks and short range EMP or radio interference delivery systems. Satellite weaponry will continute to evolve in ways that make it possible to destroy enemy GPS and military communications satellites thus blinding and muting enemy communications. Eventually, it will be difficult for diplomats to ever walk outside or even near a window: riots will be crushed by remotely controlled, unmanned drones sending heat rays. Enemy and domestic intelligence will be gathered by drones invading all privacy and voice telecommunications will be radically changed to thwart CARNIVORE-like collating engines. Messages will be handwritten and hand delivered, just like the old days. Future warfare will be both less bloody and more deadly, with more civilian involvement and more loss of limbs and eyesight. Fewer soldiers will die but more will be crippled2. Drones and logistics: how far have we really come?At the end of 2016, Amazon finally delivered a package by drone for the first time after many years of research. An unmanned, GPS-controlled drone carried a package containing popcorn and a media player on a 13-minute journey to a customer who lived in a secluded spot in England. So can we expect the same flying couriers delivering packages in our own country soon? According to a survey of the VIL (the innovation platform for the logistics sector in Flanders), this may take some time yet. The most imaginative use of drones in logistics is that of automated parcels delivery. The benefits are easy to see: no need for drivers, environment-friendly, no traffic problems, and the ability to deliver to apartment terraces or hard-to-reach areas. Furthermore, a drone is fairly easy to control as long as it is under the control of a pilot who is within the "line of sight". But if we were to try an autonomous drone, such as that behind the Amazon story, it becomes a whole different story. The technology to avoid such obstacles as electricity poles or trees exists, but it is not yet advanced enough to deliver packages by drones on a large scale. In addition, legislation in Belgium and the surrounding countries must be more accommodating. Currently, both in Belgium and the Netherlands, there are "no-fly" zones where drones are not allowed to fly, for example near military areas or airports. However, these zones are vast and mainly located around our large cities (Antwerp, Brussels, Amsterdam, etc.), which means any investment in drones is not currently an interesting proposition for retail companies. Despite this legislation, it is estimated that around 400,000 drones will be flying around the European Union by 2050. But in addition to technology and legislation, public opinion must also be considered. The question is, are people are ready to see dozens of drones with built-in cameras flying above their homes? How can drones be used in logistics? In collaboration with the University of Leuven, VIL carried out a specialised project concerning drones in logistics. They worked with 11 companies to examine how drones can play a practical role in the logistics sector. First of all, drones can be used for stock-taking in hard-to-reach, external locations. For example, the steel company NHS has 175 cubic metres of steel spread over a 3-km quayside at the port of Antwerp. Previously, unloading required a written process to keep track of where the steel beams had been laid. In collaboration with the VIL, NHS initiated a business case to see if drones could be of any use when taking stock of all the steel. In addition, there have been many research projects that have been carried out concerning stock-taking with drones in internal locations. Compared to the standard process in which warehouse employees can only check stock by using cherry-pickers, this work could be carried out much quicker and more efficiently with drones in the future. The physical stock-taking process could then be carried out at night without any human intervention so the warehouse does not suffer any downtime. In addition, there are also many types of additional applications that can be added to a drone; for example, a barcode or RFID scanner, a (thermal) camera, a sniffer for gas detection, an infrared camera for day and night use, a multi-spectral camera to detect plant health, etc. However, as with the delivery of packages, the technology is not yet ready for autonomous drones to be flying around inside a warehouse. The GPS signals do not work well within a warehouse, while the turbulence generated between the shelving can cause difficulties. In addition, the battery inside a drone is often not long enough to check an entire row. So what is a realistic stock-taking application with drones for logistics service providers today? Logistics service provider H. Essers is examining the use of drones as a kind of "video capturing tool". An autonomous drone flies along the shelving in the warehouse and captures all the images. The inventory can either be monitored live, or using the recorded images (post-processing). A second practical application is the use of drones for patrolling industrial sites or outdoor storage areas. For example, the company ICO have up to 2 million cars parked on their site. Currently, security is provided by fixed cameras and guards who only go out to a spot if there is an incident notification. Working with drones can result in increased and improved checks being carried out within a shorter period of time. By equipping drones with heat sensor cameras, intruders can be observed much more easily. In the future, this may also be extended with facial recognition to identify individuals.3. Are US nuclear power plants prepared for a drone attack like we saw in Saudi Arabia?RE: Are US nuclear power plants prepared for a drone attack like we saw in Saudi Arabia?I am by no means an expert on how nuclear power plants are protected, but I do know that the reactors themselves are VERY hardened targets contained in a building which is built to resist airliner impact. Why go after a hardened target like a nuclear power plant when you can attack much softer targets and do a lot more damage?Plus there is not a drone ever designed, let alone made, which can reach the US from Iran.If that attack proves anything it shows us AGAIN that we here in the US are dependent upon foreign sources of energy. Oh, BTW, there is enough uranium and thorium right here in the US to supply our energy needs for thousands of years, by which time we should have figured out how to make fusion work.If you want to worry about something like a hypothetical release of radiation from an attack which will probably never happen, then I suggest, instead, that you focus your attention on the very real, everyday, and voluminous releases of toxic chemicals into our air and water by the people who burn coal, oil and natural gas and the people who supply those materials. That attack is effective and it causes casualties every day. LOTS of casualties. Air pollution - World Health OrganizationWho's next to die from fossil fuels?
31 Best Dropshipping Niches for 2021 [marketing Tips]
Thinking about the best niches for dropshipping? You could delve into drones and accessories. They come in varieties ranging from cameras to remote-controlled drones and mobile drones. However, this is quite a vast niche, and you might not do so well when you focus on everything. Here's what to do; choose a sub-niche, and hone your focus on finding your best audience. There are various sub-niches in the drone category, and virtually all can give you good bucks.How Drone Cinematography WorksA drone is a way safer bet for catching mesmerizing images of the bubbling Bardarbunga volcano system. Against a black night, glowing red-orange, molten lava pours down the sides of a volcano in the remote wastelands of northern Iceland. The camera operator swoops closer and closer. You can almost feel the heat pouring through the screen as the lava bubbles and spews. You begin to worry about whoever's holding the camera and whoever's flying the helicopter. You've seen the set-up: a chopper zooming overhead, cinematographer hanging out the side, risking life and limb for the perfect shot. What if that volcano stops bubbling and begins to blow? You can stop worrying; the operator is a safe distance away, holding a joystick and looking at the monitor on his cellphone. The camera is a GoPro attached to an off-the-shelf drone called a quadcopter. To get this shot, Cheng had to drive 15 hours outside of Reykjavik to within 1.2 miles (2 kilometers) of the volcano's main caldera before deploying his toy. Even then, he was having trouble getting the right shot. A policeman who accompanied him said that if he went any closer, he would be proceeding at his own risk. Cheng decided to take the chance. He hiked close enough to send his drone in for a series of extraordinary shots that would be impossible for a human holding a camera to achieve. Even better, he recorded the footage wirelessly as it was shot - so even if the camera was destroyed, he would still have the results. It's easy to see why the film world is getting excited about drone shots. They are safer, cheaper, and easier, and that's why it seems likely that the spectacle of a cinematographer dangling from a copter may soon go the way of silent film. Joseph Kennedy was piloting an early-model drone when it exploded over Suffolk, England, in 1944. England, 1944: U.S. The plan is that once he reaches a predetermined altitude, he will abandon the plane and parachute to safety. A "mothership" will then take over control of the aircraft, piloting it by remote radio-control until it crashes into its target and explodes. Tragically, Kennedy's plane explodes prematurely in mid-air over Suffolk before it even crosses the channel. The quasi-drone Kennedy was piloting was part of the military's long evolution of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). After the war, the U.S. Thanks in part to America's success with rockets, UAV research slowed down until the Vietnam War. The miniaturization and proliferation of digital technology is the key element that has made the 21st century explosion in drone use possible. According to Chris Anderson, former editor-in-chief of Wired magazine and cofounder of 3D Robotics, civilian use of small drones essentially took off when hobbyists realized they could use smartphone technology to control small UAVs. What started as a do-it-yourself geek-fest has rapidly turned into a growth industry as everybody from climate scientists to search-and-rescue professionals to parcel delivery companies realized how useful a drone can be. Just how popular is this hobby? Order your own drone, slap a camera on a mount and head out into the great beyond to make your movie. A breathtaking panoramic view of a lush green valley turns into a traveling shot as the camera swoops down between mountain ranges and coasts through the valley, following the course of a river until it reaches the sea. We are familiar with these views from nature and travel documentaries or the opening shots of epic feature films. Once upon a time they signaled high-production values and a budget big enough to pay for renting a helicopter and hiring both a first-rate pilot and an experienced, fearless cinematographer. Now, that same sweeping vista can be captured by a lone traveler with a drone and camera purchased from a department store. In other words, that could be you hiking up some impressive summit, unpacking your UAV and guiding it through canyons and fjords, past waterfalls and wildlife. And that also means that we are about to be overwhelmed by incredible travel and nature cinematography as more and more filmmakers take advantage of this increasingly inexpensive technology. National Geographic has used both drones and robots to capture extraordinary close-up shots of Serengeti lions that would've been impossible to safely film in person. Hollywood is already onboard. A camera mounted on a crane can go up only so high before it reaches its limit. And a helicopter can come down only a certain distance before it begins to interfere with the shooting. As long as its battery lasts, the drone-mounted camera has no limits to its reach or range. Drone shots can include everything from extreme close-ups to panoramic vistas filmed from hundreds of feet up. Unlike the long-range Predator drones used by the military, drone cinematography depends on small quadcopters or octocopters - with four or eight propellers, respectively. The range of options open to the cinematographer is vast, and, for pros, the equipment is often custom-made. For the aspiring drone filmmaker, the New York Film Academy recommends the Pocket Drone or the DJI Phantom Aerial UAV Quadcopter, which comes with an attached high-definition camera. Calvo also uses carbon-fiber propellers, anti-gravity motors and something called a "first-person view system." Whether you are a hobbyist or a professional cinematographer, you have to follow the FAA's rules when it comes to piloting your drone-camera combo. When productions like "Skyfall" have used drones, they were shooting in countries where it was legal to do so. In the U.S., it was illegal until the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) ruled on drone cinematography in September 2014. Thanks to an application from a group of aerial photography companies, the FAA granted a waiver to six production companies to use UAVs. But even with these waivers, the rules are strict. For the hobbyist who wants to record drone footage for non-commercial purposes, the rules are similar. Although you do not need certification, the 400-foot (120-meter) ceiling applies, and if you are within 5 miles (8 kilometers) of an airport you must notify the FAA. The website Know Before You Fly offers clear guidelines and suggests checking with local authorities since the laws and ordinances that govern this kind of activity can vary from region to region. And make sure to do the same if you are planning to film abroad. To get that footage of the volcano in Iceland, for instance, Eric Cheng had to clear a few local bureaucratic hurdles first. There are other restrictions besides the legal ones. As yet, the battery life for a typical drone is not very long. There's also the problem of learning to fly a drone so that it can shoot good footage. It can take quite a bit of practice to be able to control the machine well enough to have it stay focused on what you want to film while keeping the shot steady and smooth. By some accounts, however, a background in gaming is an asset. If you already have a GoPro camera, you can buy a good drone for $600 or $700 and get started. With the right equipment -- like this DJI Phantom 2 quadcopter and GoPro Hero4 camera -- you just might make the next great piece of cinema. You know an innovation has moved from trend to full-fledged "thing" in the world of film and video when it gets its own festival. Claiming to be the first of its kind, The New York City Drone Film Festival debuted March 7, 2015. While the bulk of these shorts were, in essence, documentaries, there was also a jaunty fictional short called "Superman with a GoPro." As the title indicates, we get the man of steel's POV as he speeds over cityscapes and landscapes on his mission to return a misplaced camera. In one particularly haunting work called "The Fallout," a drone camera sails through the ghost town of Chernobyl. While radiation levels have fallen low enough that the nuclear disaster site has in recent years become a destination for tourists, the film has the feel of sci-fi poetry in which a robot camera surveys the ruins of a post-human future. Speaking of the future, "The Fallout," taken together with the incredible footage of the Icelandic volcano mentioned in the intro, could point to at least one direction for the future of drone cinematography. That's the direction in which humans dare not venture. Hollywood has, so far, used drones as substitutes for helicopters and cranes. That means they take the kinds of shots we've come to expect from big budget films, only more safely and cheaply. The full potential of drone cinematography has yet to be explored and will truly come of age when we see more unexpected and exciting footage like that taken by Eric Cheng at the Bardarbunga Volcano. Like that volcano, drone cinema will be both disruptive and creative. One way or another, it's certain to have a major influence on the future of film.
AI at Edge and Drones Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
I was always curious to answer in the slack group of Udacity for Intel edge AI scholars, as to how edge applications can be implemented in real life.My inclination towards implementing Edge deployment is in the area of unmanned aerial vehicles. We are well aware of the popularity of drones and their expected growth in market for real time applications like delivery, analysis, emergency rescue and so on. There is a big need to develop proficient algorithms that can enable drones to deal with complex situations on their own.To ease the process of development, I have broken down the engineering of a drone in three segments1 ) Technical aspects.2) Mechanical aspects.3) Analytical aspects.Let's hit on all of them one by one :Technical aspects:Machine learning algorithm: This is the part which deals with image processing segmentation (Semantic and Instances)Edge deployment:Now,What is Edge deployment ?According to my understanding, Edge deployment is deployment of Algorithm onto the native device. Considering the example of drone, let's imagine a situation where a drone flies to a high latency and low bandwidth point. A connection can not be established in such scenario if we do not have algorithm running natively. Our drone might not be able to make decision and thus will lead to an unexpected scenario. To prevent the drone from exhibiting unexpected behavior, I prefer using edge deployment.The best solution according me, as of now, is to go with Intel openVINO toolkit from Intel.2. Mechanical aspects :Honestly, I am not much aware of mechanical aspects because we have another team working for that. But still I can sum up some of the parameters like:Torque of motors.Power consumed by motor.Material used for build.Material used for wings.Safety clips for wings so that it does not hurt anyone in case of failure of any component.3. Analytical aspects:So this sector will impact both Mechanical and Technical factorsAreas of implementation:Weather : If the place where the drone would be used is rainy, we have to train our model in a slightly different manner. Nature of land: If the terrain id hilly or plane must also be kept in mind.Temperature: As higher the temperature, faster the draining of batteryHow can I make a working drone using a cardboard and some motor under 100 Rs?u can but you wont be able to control it........if it flies it will only rest till the battery dies .... As for the lipo it will cost you around 300 if you already have it then just a coreless motor and a body and you are good to gothanks.If a stealth airplane turns on its radar, does it lose its stealth? Then what's the point of having manned stealth airplanes? A stealth drone can go drop a bomb in radio silence just as well.Stealth is used to get through enemy air defenses. Their radars are not used on the ingress into the target area since they are not detected and do not have to worry about counter-air. For example, in Iraq 1 where the F-117s flew straight in, dropped their bombs and got out without ever being seen. Remember they have passive GPS to get them to the targetIf Pakistan is an "enemy" of sorts that we drone, why does Walmart sell so many products from there?its cheaper to make things in PakistanWhy do Obama refuse to do anything about his drone strikes that have killed over 180 children?No that's not racism. Conservatives are like this each and every time any democrat is in place of work. that's reported as being in opposition such as what occurs contained in the British parliament. in no way contained in the history of united states of america of america has the philosophy of the events been so a ways divided. info of it truly is the two budgets provided with the aid of the republican congress and democratic senateNow that China and Russia have our knowledge of the drone, will we just create something else better?Probably will but only once we get a commander in chief that has the right idea about the militaryWhy does an untalnted drone like Nick Lachey get more air time then people who really count? Humor me!!!!!?For the same reason his untalented ex-wife and her little sissy are all over the place. This country is full of clueless people who only care about boobs, muscles, and gossip
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