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Drones over Paris 25 Feb 2015 23:40 #1

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US Embassy, Eiffel Tower: Unknown drones buzz Paris landmarks

At least five drones were spotted flying over the center of Paris with police unable to find who is operating them. The pilotless aircraft were previously sighted near the presidential palace and nuclear plants in what is becoming a recurring problem.

The sightings of the drones come at a time when security has been heightened in the French capital following last month’s terrorist attacks, which killed 17 people. In previous months, they have also been witnessed near strategically important facilities, like nuclear power plants and nuclear submarine bases.

The first drone was seen flying near the US Embassy. Police tried to follow the unmanned aircraft, but they soon lost sight of it. Four other drones appeared, which were spotted at locations, which included the Eiffel Tower, the Place de la Concorde and the Montparnasse tower, the tallest skyscraper in the French capital.
rt.com/news/235087-paris-drones-police-security/
3 Al Jazeera journalists detained in Paris for flying drone

Three Al Jazeera journalists have been detained in Paris for operating a drone in an urban area. The arrests follow sightings of unmanned aerial vehicles at sensitive locations in the French capital this week.

All three journalists are foreign nationals, Paris prosecutors' spokesperson Agnes Thibault-Lecuivre said.

While Monday’s and Tuesday’s aerial trespassers were civilian, as opposed to military-grade models, police still said the flights were an “organized provocation” that “disrupted the surveillance chain and protection of these sites.”

Officers were unable to capture any of the UAVs, and authorities say they are unsure if the flights were coordinated, or who may be behind them.

The drone sightings come after security was heightened in the French capital following last month’s terrorist attacks, which killed 17 people. In previous months, drones have also been witnessed near strategically important facilities, like nuclear power plants and nuclear submarine bases. On January 20, there was a sighting near the presidential palace.
rt.com/news/235555-paris-journalists-aljazeera-drone/

What about french air defense ? I mean near nuclear plants... its like ali baba and his 19 thieves with boxcutters flying through US airspace. :facepalm:
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Drones over Paris 26 Feb 2015 10:28 #2

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Previously on a different thread...
US Embassy, Eiffel Tower: Unknown drones buzz Paris landmarks

At least five drones were spotted flying over the center of Paris with police unable to find who is operating them. The pilotless aircraft were previously sighted near the presidential palace and nuclear plants in what is becoming a recurring problem.

The sightings of the drones come at a time when security has been heightened in the French capital following last month’s terrorist attacks, which killed 17 people. In previous months, they have also been witnessed near strategically important facilities, like nuclear power plants and nuclear submarine bases.

The first drone was seen flying near the US Embassy. Police tried to follow the unmanned aircraft, but they soon lost sight of it. Four other drones appeared, which were spotted at locations, which included the Eiffel Tower, the Place de la Concorde and the Montparnasse tower, the tallest skyscraper in the French capital.
rt.com/news/235087-paris-drones-police-security/
3 Al Jazeera journalists detained in Paris for flying drone

Three Al Jazeera journalists have been detained in Paris for operating a drone in an urban area. The arrests follow sightings of unmanned aerial vehicles at sensitive locations in the French capital this week.

All three journalists are foreign nationals, Paris prosecutors' spokesperson Agnes Thibault-Lecuivre said.

While Monday’s and Tuesday’s aerial trespassers were civilian, as opposed to military-grade models, police still said the flights were an “organized provocation” that “disrupted the surveillance chain and protection of these sites.”

Officers were unable to capture any of the UAVs, and authorities say they are unsure if the flights were coordinated, or who may be behind them.

The drone sightings come after security was heightened in the French capital following last month’s terrorist attacks, which killed 17 people. In previous months, drones have also been witnessed near strategically important facilities, like nuclear power plants and nuclear submarine bases. On January 20, there was a sighting near the presidential palace.
rt.com/news/235555-paris-journalists-aljazeera-drone/

What about french air defense ? I mean near nuclear plants... its like ali baba and his 19 thieves with boxcutters flying through US airspace. :facepalm:

As you again seem to know nothing its not one of these ffs :facepalm:


Its one of these, which you can pop down the shops and buy :facepalm:



Cost anywhere from a few hundred £ to a couple thousand £

As for AD near nuclear facilities, MAYBE you need to do some research on that :wissl:

If the journos had put a glass base on the bottom of that drone, they could of got you to stick to the bottom of it with them specialist window licking lips :yup: Just a thought :cool2:
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Drones over Paris 26 Feb 2015 11:14 #3

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Shut up K-i-k-e, as if it was believable that BBC trained Al Jazeera 'journalists' fly drones over NATO airspace. :facepalm:
French Police still don't know who did it. :chuckle:
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Drones over Paris 26 Feb 2015 11:32 #4

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The k-i-k-e is just being his usual moronic self utilising a brain a goldfish would even be pitiful over.

The Al Jazeera journos were arrested for flying UAVs
What Is a UAV

The term UAV is an abbreviation of Unmanned Aerial vehicle, meaning aerial vehicles which operate without a human pilot. UAVs are commonly used in both the military and police forces in situations where the risk of sending a human piloted aircraft is unacceptable, or the situation makes using a manned aircraft impractical.

One of the predecessors of today’s fully autonomous UAVs were the “aerial torpedoes”, designed and built during World War One. These were primitive UAVs, relying on mechanical gyroscopes to maintain straight and level flight, and flying until they ran out of fuel. They would then fall from the sky and deliver and explosive payload.

More advanced UAVs used radio technology for guidance, allowing them to fly missions and return. They were constantly controlled by a human pilot, and were not capable of flying themselves. This made them much like todays RC model airplanes which many people fly as a hobby. It is interesting to note that the government considers all aircraft UAVs, if they are unmanned and used by a government or business.

After the invention of the integrated circuit, engineers were able to build sophisticated UAVs, using electronic autopilots. It was at this stage of development that UAVs became widely used in military applications. UAVs could be deployed, fly themselves to a target location, and either attack the location with weapons, or survey it with cameras and other sensor equipment.

Modern UAVs are controlled with both autopilots, and human controllers in ground stations. This allows them to fly long, uneventfully flights under their own control, and fly under the command of a human pilot during complicated phases of the mission.

What Are UAVs Used For?

Since their creation, UAVs have found many uses in police, military, and in some cases, civil applications. Currently, UAVs are most often used for the following tasks:

Aerial Reconnaissance – UAVs are often used to get aerial video of a remote location, especially where there would be unacceptable risk to the pilot of a manned aircraft. UAVs can be equipped with high resolution still, video, and even infrared cameras. The information obtained by the UAV can be streamed back to the control center in real time.Scientific Research – In many cases, scientific research necessitates obtaining data from hazardous, or remote locations. A good example is hurricane research, which often involves sending a large manned aircraft into the center of the storm to obtain meteorological data. A UAV can be used to obtain this data, with no risk to a human pilot.Logistics and Transportation – UAVs can be used to carry and deliver a variety of payloads. Helicopter type UAVs are well suited to this purpose, because payloads can be suspended from the bottom of the airframe, with little aerodynamic penalty.Types Of UAVs

There are many different types of UAVs, designed for different purposes. The US air force is one of the most prominent users of UAV technology, and classifies UAVs by dividing them into tiers. To get a general idea of the different types of UAVs used, here is an abbreviated version of the US air force specification:

Micro UAVs – small, extremely portable units.Low altitude, long endurance UAVsHigh altitude, long endurance UAVs employing a conventional design.High altitude, long endurance UAVs using a low observable design.

Some UAVs use a blimp design, and are well suited to carrying large amounts of cargo.
Some of the first UAVs were called “drones” and were not autonomous, because
they required constant control input from a remote human pilot. Computer technology now allows UAVs to make their own decisions, or fly autonomously. Autonomous flight involves the UAV making decisions as it flies.

Generally, autonomous flight consists of the following operations:

Interpreting sensor input, and merging the input of multiple sensorsCommunicating with ground stations, satellites, and other UAVs and aircraftDetermining the ideal course to fly for a given mission, based on sensor input.Determining the best maneuvers to perform for a given taskIn some cases, cooperating with other UAVs to accomplish a common task.

The Swarm Project by MIT is an excellent example of cooperation between UAVs. Autonomy is an area of rapid development, with the ultimate goal of replacing the human pilot entirely.

Conclusion

UAVs represent an area of rapid development in both military and civilian applications. UAVs unique capability of flying dangerous, long, or precision missions give it a unique advantage over conventional aircraft. This article has only briefly introduced UAVs and their applications.



www.draganfly.com/news/2008/08/24/introduction-to-unmanned-aerial-vehicles-uavs/
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Drones over Paris 26 Feb 2015 11:39 #5

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The k-i-k-e is just being his usual moronic self utilising a brain a goldfish would even be pitiful over.

He tries downplay the obvious inaction of french air defense.
What an exposure of actually weakness, imagine it was an armed drone suddely flying over a nuclear plant, or, a big disc shaped object hovering over it. :cool2:
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Yep. Central Paris is loaded with surveillance and military / police personnel .... and the Ille de France houses many French air force bases.

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Yep. Central Paris is loaded with surveillance and military / police personnel .... and the Ille de France houses many French air force bases.


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Drones over Paris 26 Feb 2015 12:18 #8

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It is a very nuked up country. Any ideas what the Al Jazeera journalists were doing? Seems like recognizance as a bare minimum.
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Drones over Paris 12 Mar 2015 19:45 #9

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A friend of mine has one of these small drones and flies the thing everywhere! I suggested that it won't be too long before some sort of enforcement comes into play, such as banning them from specific areas (close to airports for example) and making it unlawful for therm to be used to spy on private property, voyeurism, etc. Numerous criminal uses come to mind too... :nono:
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The red spots are the no fly zones in my country; not much left to fly with a drone... :O
There are laws in my country,and rules are diferent for commercial or hobby flights
the rules for hobby flights are:
- flying at daylight
-max 3 kilometres from civil and military airports
- visibility; so people are able to see planes
- flying at max 300 metres high
- not allowed to fly above our waterworks,railways,harbours,roads
big buldings,bridges
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Israel Is Unleashing Spying Locusts To Spy On Terrorists In Gaza



''It has been reported that Israeli drones are getting tiny.
Their latest project – a locust-shaped drone weighing just 20 grams
the smallest in its range so far – can gather intelligence inside buildings.

The new miniscule surveillance device can take color pictures and is
capable of a vertical take-off and hover flight, just like a helicopter,
reported the daily Israel Hayom. Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) says
this may come in handy in ground clashes, when a soldier would merely
take it out of a pocket and send behind the enemy’s line.

The insect-drone, with its 0.15-gram camera and memory card,
is managed remotely with a special helmet. Putting on the helmet,
you find yourself in the cockpit and virtually see what it sees in real time.

Structures under observation can be anything from train stations or
airport terminals or office buildings – to battlefields and even forests in,
say, southern Lebanon, where Israel believes Hezbollah hides its ambush squads.

The virtually noiseless insect flaps its four wings 14 times per second.
Almost translucent, it looks like an overgrown moth, but is still smaller
than some natural butterflies.

This is bio-mimicry, when technology imitates nature. And this has proved
to hide a trap. When the device was tested at a height of 50-meters, birds
and flies tended to fall behind the device arranging into a flock.

The IAI, Israel’s major aerospace and aviation manufacturer, needs two more
years to polish their “butterfly” project. The product seems to fall into the trend
of reducing drone size. Their recent models promoted for city observation and
conflicts were the Ghost, weighing 4 kg, and Mosquito, which weighs only 500 grams.

While the spy insect may bring “a real technological revolution
,” as the developer predicts, to the military field, questions remain
how it will change the civil life.
The drone is also propped up for police use and there is little doubt
that secret services will be only too happy to grab such an intricate weapon.
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