By David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com The following article is property of DefenseReview.com (DR) and is copyrighted material. If you are reading this article on another website other than DefenseReview.com, please email us the website address/URL (where the unauthorized DR article reprint is located) at defrev (at) gmail (dot) com. Thank you. July 17, 2012 Wired Danger Room ... Read More »
BCB/AAI SQ-4 RECON Nano Quad-Rotor MAV/UAS/UAV (NUAS/NUAV) Bat-Like Unmanned Spy-Copter Stealth Micro Air Vehicle for “Over the Hill” Observation and Reconnaissance: Special Operations Forces (SOF) Get a New (Small) Backpackable/Manpackable Quadcopter VTOL Eye in the Sky…Maybe (SOFIC 2012 Video!)
By David Crane ; defrev (at) gmail (dot) com All photos and video clips contained in this article were shot by DefenseReview.com, and are copyrighted. DefenseReview.com owns the copyright on these photos and video clips. The photos and video clips embedded below were shot with a Canon PowerShot S90 10-megapixel digital camera (still camera with video capability). The following article ... Read More »
Prioria Robotics Maveric Flexible-Wing Mini-UAS (Mini-Unmanned Aircraft System) at SOFIC 2011: Manpackable, Throwable SUAV (Small Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) with Flexible/Bendable Wing! (Photos and Video!)
By David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com All photos contained in this article were shot by DefenseReview.com (DR), and are copyrighted. DefenseReview.com owns the copyright on these materials. The photos were shot with a Canon PowerShot S90 10-megapixel digital camera (still camera with video capability). May 23, 2011 Last updated on 5/25/11. A company called Prioria Robotics out of ... Read More »
Fresh DR articles from SOFIC 2011 (Tampa) on the way soon, and heading to NDIA Small Arms Systems Symposium 2011, today.
By David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com May 23, 2011 DefenseReview (DR) saw and handled a veritable plethora of will be cool and interesting hardware and technologyat the 2011 Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC 2011), and we’re going to start publishing articles on it very shortly. We’re actually still on travel, and we’re flying out to the 2011 ... Read More »
General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper UAS/UAV Retrofitted with Gorgon Stare Electro-Optical/Infrared (EO/IR) Multi-Camera System: The All-Seeing Eye in the Sky…You Look at It, You Die.
By David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com January 3, 2011 O.k., so the article title may be a bit hyperbolic considering the Gorgon Stare-retrofitted General Atomics MQ-9 Reaper UAS/UAV (Unmanned Aircraft Systems/Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) is non-weaponized, but if this thing can see you and locate you, how hard is it for a weaponized MQ-9 Reaper armed with a full ... Read More »
Northrop Grumman/ATK VENOM Targeting Pod Armed with 6-Round GATR-L Tactical Precision-Guided (Laser-Guided) 2.75″/70mm Hydra Rocket Pod for Military Special Operations (SPECOPS)
By David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com All photos contained in this article were taken by DefenseReview.com, and are copyrighted. DefenseReview.com owns the copyright on these photos. The photos were shot with Canon PowerShot S90 10-megapixel digital camera (still camera with video capability). June 24, 2010 Updated on 8/13/10 Anyone who’s been reading DefenseReview for the last few years ... Read More »
by David Crane defrev at gmail.com This article may be modified/updated with new information in the coming days, so readers might want to check back in (to this article) over the next week. August 15, 2007 In late February 2006, DefenseReview broke the story on a developmental (but functional) prototype remote-controlled armed/weaponized semi-autonomous/fully-autonomous unmanned mini-helicopter called the AutoCopter Gunship, which ... Read More »
Northrop Grumman TouchTable + Zebra Imaging 3D Digital Holographic (Digital Hologram) Technology + Interactive Wall Tech = Better Warfare Ops
by David Crane defrev (at) gmail (dot) com Click on photos below to view them full-size. There's no doubt that geospatial information systems (GIS) have become an important component of network centric warfare (a.k.a. net-centric warfare). Military analysts/strategists, as well as those tasked with Homeland Security missions, have to be able to visualize geographic areas and correlate those pictures ... Read More »