16 October 2023

Drone Swarms in the Military

The advent of drone technology has marked a turning point in military history. From simple remotely piloted flying devices for reconnaissance, they have evolved to become genuine instruments of warfare. One of the most recent and intriguing advancements in this area is the development of drone swarms. But how do they operate? […]
16 October 2023

General Atomics’ Eagle Eye: The New Anti-Drone Weapon for Gray Eagles

General Atomics has launched a new radar, the Eagle Eye, which will transform Gray Eagle drones into anti-drone hunters. This innovation comes at a pivotal time when the use of drones in conflicts is on a significant rise. A New Surveillance Tool on the Battlefield The Eagle Eye is the latest offering […]
5 October 2023

The Defense Innovation Unit develops modular drone system

The U.S. Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) is actively seeking a modular test system to accelerate the development of autonomous drone technology. The Pentagon plans to deploy thousands of autonomous systems in the coming years, which requires an innovative test platform. This article explores the details of this initiative, its potential implications and […]
22 September 2023

The development of kamikaze drones

Kamikaze drones, these sophisticated yet controversial surveillance munitions, represent a new dimension in modern warfare. This article explores in depth what they are, their objectives, producers, advantages and disadvantages, their uses in the field, their geopolitical implications, and the ethical and technical questions they raise. What is a kamikaze drone? A kamikaze […]
22 September 2023

Russia develops a long-range kamikaze drone

Russia has developed a new long-range kamikaze drone called Italmas. This weapon offers enhanced capabilities that could change the game on the battlefield, particularly in terms of range and targeting. The emergence of the Italmas drone Russian drone manufacturer Aeroscan recently announced the development of a new surveillance munition, commonly known as […]
14 September 2023

Using Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) in danger zones

This article explores the challenges faced by US and allied Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft when threatened by aerial aggression. It highlights the need to use unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to preserve the safety of crews and the value of ISRs. The advantages of UAS, their ability to carry out missions […]
11 August 2022

What does it take to be a fighter pilot?

Do you have what it takes to be a fighter pilot? It takes more than just flying skills. Being a fighter pilot requires courage, quick thinking, and nerves of steel. If you’re interested in becoming a fighter pilot, there are a few things you should know. First, you’ll need to have excellent […]
15 July 2013

Testing the X-47B

Are we getting closer and closer to a world of aviation without pilots ? Recent tests have been carried out on a civilian airliner, and more currently, drones are setting up the pace in the Middle East. Now, on July 10th, the Navy moved one step closer to integrating unmanned aircraft into […]