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The amount of trolling this guy is receiving on twitter for making this non-lethal weapons(it still can kill people) shows people in India try to pull people down. First of all its not a jugaad and he is not a employee of DRDO. In starting of video he states that Chinese used their traditional weapons, that's why he used an Indian weapon "Trishul". Yaha ade logo ki jal gayi.
Than comes our 2bhk journalists mentioning Chinese hypersonic glide vehicle test, because they themselves make 155mm artillery shells, Ballistic missiles or hypersonic missiles in their backyard.
2bhk piggy might not even know what hypersonic is. Its really sad the way the leftists trolled that guy. They just get triggered when ever they see Indic stuff. The designs are actually impressive hope army orders them. Can be very useful in interrogations to..
 

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The amount of trolling this guy is receiving on twitter for making this non-lethal weapons(it still can kill people) shows people in India try to pull people down. First of all its not a jugaad and he is not a employee of DRDO. In starting of video he states that Chinese used their traditional weapons, that's why he used an Indian weapon "Trishul". Yaha ade logo ki jal gayi.
Than comes our 2bhk journalists mentioning Chinese hypersonic glide vehicle test, because they themselves make 155mm artillery shells, Ballistic missiles or hypersonic missiles in their backyard.
Your 2bhk ((journalist)) and likes of pedo bear were triggered because they just read one word,
>UP and second was the image of 'Trident'

And rest doesn't matter. And even his shock-inducing gloves are not a bad idea, simply used capacitors and make it effective. Trident was pretty good for maybe such ((non-lethal)) use. Rather than mocking him, best thing would be to back him and guide him and probably aid him.

That's how you build an ecosystem, maybe he will create an industry that will create a product widely used for non-lethal usage. Muzzrats and commies are parasites nothing else.

And it's not like we are not investing and don't have hypersonic cruise missile programs, even traditional hypersonic ballistic vehicles, etc. I fucking hate them because these fucktards are supposed to be journalist and let alone reporting they are outright playing into the hands of the enemies.

Best pr would be to try those weapons on the sorry asses of these fucktards.
 

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2bhk piggy might not even know what hypersonic is. Its really sad the way the leftists trolled that guy. They just get triggered when ever they see Indic stuff. The designs are actually impressive hope army orders them. Can be very useful in interrogations to..
It does not even matter if Army order it or not. Just the fact that this guy took his time to build something with an intention to help the military is amazing.
95% engineers will never make such a Project in their life.


The hate against this guy is for obvious reasons.
He used a weapon that has a religious significance.
He is from UP.
He has nationalist intentions.

Keep aside the trishul if u hate religious stuff but what about this.

Shock gauntlet.




I simply appreciate the effort this guy had put in.
 

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T-Works built autonomous hybrid UAV covers 45km

Hyderabad City-based makers lab T-Works on Thursday said it has developed an indigenous vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that can cover up to 45 km in 33 minutes. This UAV has completed over 30 test flights over the course of a week, passing various parameters such as maximum range, endurance, waypoint navigation, and return-to-launch capabilities, it said.

T-Works designed and fabricated the airframe and its components using software design tools, 3D printing, laser cutting, and CNC routing machines.

A winged aircraft consumes up to 75% less power than a conventional multi-rotor since the wings help produce the additional buoyant force, as a result of which it can carry much heavier payloads over much larger distances.

Sujai Karampuri, CEO T-Works, said “The best battery powered multi-rotors in the world are limited to a 40km range while the most common and affordable ones are limited to around 20-25km after which the battery must be recharged or replaced. For wider applications and to cover longer distances, say over 100km, with speed, we must break this range barrier. Here, fixed-wing VTOL UAVs are an efficient option.”
Apart from medical supplies delivery, the UAV can be used for surveying, inspection, defence applications, surveillance, and as a testbed for experimental payloads. The next version of this UAV will have a range of 100km with a payload capacity of 3.5kg.


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T-Works built autonomous hybrid UAV covers 45km

Hyderabad City-based makers lab T-Works on Thursday said it has developed an indigenous vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that can cover up to 45 km in 33 minutes. This UAV has completed over 30 test flights over the course of a week, passing various parameters such as maximum range, endurance, waypoint navigation, and return-to-launch capabilities, it said.

T-Works designed and fabricated the airframe and its components using software design tools, 3D printing, laser cutting, and CNC routing machines.

A winged aircraft consumes up to 75% less power than a conventional multi-rotor since the wings help produce the additional buoyant force, as a result of which it can carry much heavier payloads over much larger distances.

Sujai Karampuri, CEO T-Works, said “The best battery powered multi-rotors in the world are limited to a 40km range while the most common and affordable ones are limited to around 20-25km after which the battery must be recharged or replaced. For wider applications and to cover longer distances, say over 100km, with speed, we must break this range barrier. Here, fixed-wing VTOL UAVs are an efficient option.”
Apart from medical supplies delivery, the UAV can be used for surveying, inspection, defence applications, surveillance, and as a testbed for experimental payloads. The next version of this UAV will have a range of 100km with a payload capacity of 3.5kg.


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This is problem with people like him. Chest thumping.

This state of art is already been developed for CAESAR.
Bhai do u mean the 2006 varient off CAESAR or the latest AESA one in testing???

Do u mean this isn't a much of engineering capability for the exaggerating chest thumping??
Have the Russians and Chinese have this capability??
 

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Bhai do u mean the 2006 varient off CAESAR or the latest AESA one in testing???

Do u mean this isn't a much of engineering capability for the exaggerating chest thumping??
Have the Russians and Chinese have this capability??
The E-variant for Typhoon and Gripen too most probably.

Generally AESA is fixed mounted as there is no need to steer the beam manually in it. But mounting it on a gimbal or electro-mechanical aperture like LRDE would increase its scan area. But along with it, it would make it more complex and maintenance heavy and may be costly too.

Chinese have a fixed mount as far as I know. Russians have gone a step ahead. They have fixed the RADAR across the dome fuselage to increase the scan area. But it too means immense work on data fusion and increase in price tag.
 

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