Category Archives: Unmanned airships
Source: Voice of America (VOA) – voanews.com By George Putic Battery-powered drones have mostly replaced manned aircraft in a range of tasks, from scientific measurements to aerial photography, with one persistent disadvantage – the limit of their power source. … Continue reading
Source: The Guam Daily Post – postguam.com By Tihu Lujan Innovative balloons may improve weather forecasting Five French meteorologists are on Guam testing a set of miniature blimps that may lead to innovative weather forecasting.
Source: Discover- discovermagazine.com By Carl Engelking Limited flight times are such a drag — and Boeing seems to agree. The company just received a patent for its design for a drone that can remain airborne in perpetuity.
Source: rustechnologies – rostechnologiesblog.wordpress.com Russia’s first unmanned DP-29 airship has passed factory tests and is now at the stage of corrections. This was announced by Alexander Kolesov, Deputy Director General of the Dolgoprudny Automatics Design Bureau.
Source: Winnipeg Free Press – www.winnipegfreepress.com By: Martin Cash Solar-power system to run hangar may one day produce hydrogen.