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Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
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RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
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pooky  Wrote: (01-11-2017 01:47 AM)
In one of the most significant tests of autonomous systems under development by the Department of Defense, the Strategic Capabilities Office, partnering with Naval Air Systems Command, successfully demonstrated one of the world’s largest micro-drone swarms at China Lake, California. The test, conducted in October 2016 and documented on Sunday’s CBS News program “60 Minutes”, consisted of 103 Perdix drones launched from three F/A-18 Super Hornets. The micro-drones demonstrated advanced swarm behaviors such as collective decision-making, adaptive formation flying, and self-healing.

https://www.defense.gov/News/News-Releas...onstration

This is scary stuff.

No announcement on how much this brilliant program cost?

That's O.K. the children and grand kids will pay for it. Or something.

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Post: #17
RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-11-2017 04:05 PM)
pooky  Wrote: (01-11-2017 01:47 AM)
In one of the most significant tests of autonomous systems under development by the Department of Defense, the Strategic Capabilities Office, partnering with Naval Air Systems Command, successfully demonstrated one of the world’s largest micro-drone swarms at China Lake, California. The test, conducted in October 2016 and documented on Sunday’s CBS News program “60 Minutes”, consisted of 103 Perdix drones launched from three F/A-18 Super Hornets. The micro-drones demonstrated advanced swarm behaviors such as collective decision-making, adaptive formation flying, and self-healing.

https://www.defense.gov/News/News-Releas...onstration

This is scary stuff.

No announcement on how much this brilliant program cost?

That's O.K. the children and grand kids will pay for it. Or something.

It's prolly the $240 million of cali's debt.
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Post: #18
RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
adapting to each other like swarms in nature,” said SCO Director William Roper. “Because every Perdix communicates and collaborates with every other Perdix, the swarm has no leader and can gracefully adapt to drones entering or exiting the team.”


"It's designed to be launched in small or large swarms from land, sea, or air to carry out low-altitude Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) and other missions, and is distinguished from other military drones in that it's based on smartphone technology and uses all‐commercial components, 3D‐printing, and agile manufacturing".
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Post: #19
RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
I've been watching DRL drone racing on ESPN lately
Really may get into this someday when life gives me a little extra


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Post: #20
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China Lake, California

that's the relevant information here

someone wants to send a message
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Post: #21
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60 minutes was invited to the test. They did a whole segment on it Sunday .

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Post: #22
RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
the Skynet will love to control that


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Post: #23
RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
Rudis  Wrote: (01-11-2017 09:03 AM)
Jptdknpa
Still stuck with power problem!
With current technology only so much
power can be packed into current batteries!

So they better take their new toy and do their surveillance very f#cking fast before the batteries run out!
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it works

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pooky  Wrote: (01-11-2017 02:12 AM)


WTF is the bright white light going down the left side of the screen at 24 seconds? doomed
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Post: #25
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-11-2017 05:30 PM)
China Lake, California

that's the relevant information here

someone wants to send a message

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Post: #26
RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
Where do all these little dudes land?
Dr. FEEL
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China called to let us know that pantyhose or socks, and shag carpet, can be used to prevent these drones from entry into your residences.

They still use RF and batteries and the static electricity destroys these high tech devices.

So doomtards are instructed to put on a tin foil hat and pantyhose or socks, and while constant pacing will short circuit them upon entry in your basement or dwellings. chuckle

Also having many magnets on your refrigerator is very useful and can be a deterrent.

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i must be the funniest man alive

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Post: #29
RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-11-2017 04:05 PM)
pooky  Wrote: (01-11-2017 01:47 AM)
In one of the most significant tests of autonomous systems under development by the Department of Defense, the Strategic Capabilities Office, partnering with Naval Air Systems Command, successfully demonstrated one of the world’s largest micro-drone swarms at China Lake, California. The test, conducted in October 2016 and documented on Sunday’s CBS News program “60 Minutes”, consisted of 103 Perdix drones launched from three F/A-18 Super Hornets. The micro-drones demonstrated advanced swarm behaviors such as collective decision-making, adaptive formation flying, and self-healing.

https://www.defense.gov/News/News-Releas...onstration

This is scary stuff.

No announcement on how much this brilliant program cost?

That's O.K. the children and grand kids will pay for it. Or something.

Tomorrow's headline:

North Korea nukes swarm of mechanical locusts.
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Post: #30
RE: Department of Defense Announces Successful Micro-Drone Demonstration
Dumpem high,low power glide in.depleted fuel is also explosive of some kind.swarm attacks/attaches to soldiers and goes off.
I can see no other reason for them.
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