India’s MAYA MALE UCAV and Eklavya Wingman UAS

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This thread is exclusively for India’s Maya UCAV and Eklavya Wingman being developed by India’s Kinetix Engineering Solutions Ltd. and UK’s Marques Aviation Ltd.

A) Kinetix-Marques Wingman
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Features
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Specifications

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Design
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B) Kinetix-Marques Maya UCAV
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Features
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Specifications
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Payload

EO, IR, Thermal, Sensors

Laser Range Finder

Communications Intelligence (COMINT)

Electronic Intelligence (ELINT)

Electronic Support Measures (ESM)

Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR)

Maritime Patrol Radar (MPR)



Communications
Communication Repeater (RCR)

Line-of-Sight (LOS) Datalink

Satellite Communication (SATCOM)


Air Space Integration
Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS)

Identification of Friend or Foe (IFF)


Countermeasures
Electronic Counter-Countermeasures (ECCM)
Radar Warning Receiver (RWR)

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Links to both Kinetix Engineering Solutions Ltd. and Marques Aviation Ltd.
 

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The project looks nice. Any timelines when the prototype will be developed and teested?

Also, I wish a more powerful engine in this UAV which can make it a supersonic wingman to supplement the HAL loyal wingman which is subsonic.
hal wingman has twin engines yet still subsonic with larger payload.
this one is a single engine one. if you make it supersonic, you gotta have a larger single engine. which decreases payload.
 

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Ya'll Nibbiars Ekalavya is a character from the epic The Mahābhārata. He was a young prince of the Nishadha, a confederation of jungle tribes in Ancient India. Eklavya is called as one of the foremost of kings in the Rajasuya Yagya where he honours Yudhishthira by offering shoes with respect.
 

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Ya'll Nibbiars Ekalavya is a character from the epic The Mahābhārata. He was a young prince of the Nishadha, a confederation of jungle tribes in Ancient India. Eklavya is called as one of the foremost of kings in the Rajasuya Yagya where he honours Yudhishthira by offering shoes with respect.
And he loved Drone-acharya :troll: .
 

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And he loved Drone-acharya :troll: .
Ya'll Nibbiars Ekalavya was hurt when he was rejected by Dronacharya because of his lower caste. His father Hiranyadhanu was the commander of the most powerful king of that time, Jarasandha. Ekalavya still didn't give up on his resolute will to master archery. He once stayed hidden in the forest while guru Drona was teaching the Kaurava and Pandava brothers, after they left for the ashram, Ekalavya collected the mud on which his Guru walked, as a symbolic gesture of reverence for his Guru's knowledge and footsteps. Later he went into the forest and fashioned a statue of Drona under a big old well-grown tree. He began a disciplined program of self-study over many years. Accepting the statue as his guru, he practised before it every single day.

One day when Drona and his students were going out into the forest, Arjuna saw a dog that was unable to bark due to an amazing construction of arrows in and all around his mouth. This construction was harmless to the dog but prevented the dog from barking. Drona was amazed but also distressed: as he had promised Arjuna that he would make him the greatest archer in the world. Wondering who such a fine archer could be, Drona and his students investigated and came upon Ekalavya. Upon seeing Drona, Ekalavya came and bowed to him.

Drona asked Ekalavya where he had learned archery. Ekalavya replied "under you, Guruji", and showed Drona his statue while explaining what he had done. Drona then reminded Ekalavya that to truly be Drona's pupil, Ekalavya would have to pay Guru Dakshina. Readily, Ekalavya offers to do anything for Drona. Drona knew Ekalavya in the future will work for Magadha which was the enemy of Hastinapur. Drona asks Ekalavya to cut off his right thumb as Guru Dakshina. Happy and Smiling, Ekalavya cuts off the thumb and presents it as Gurudakshina to Dronacharya.
 

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Are there any other Private Companies in India working on such systems? NS?
 

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And he loved Drone-acharya :troll: .
Ya'll Nibbiars Ekalavya was hurt when he was rejected by Dronacharya because of his lower caste. His father Hiranyadhanu was the commander of the most powerful king of that time, Jarasandha. Ekalavya still didn't give up on his resolute will to master archery. He once stayed hidden in the forest while guru Drona was teaching the Kaurava and Pandava brothers, after they left for the ashram, Ekalavya collected the mud on which his Guru walked, as a symbolic gesture of reverence for his Guru's knowledge and footsteps. Later he went into the forest and fashioned a statue of Drona under a big old well-grown tree. He began a disciplined program of self-study over many years. Accepting the statue as his guru, he practised before it every single day.

One day when Drona and his students were going out into the forest, Arjuna saw a dog that was unable to bark due to an amazing construction of arrows in and all around his mouth. This construction was harmless to the dog but prevented the dog from barking. Drona was amazed but also distressed: as he had promised Arjuna that he would make him the greatest archer in the world. Wondering who such a fine archer could be, Drona and his students investigated and came upon Ekalavya. Upon seeing Drona, Ekalavya came and bowed to him.

Drona asked Ekalavya where he had learned archery. Ekalavya replied "under you, Guruji", and showed Drona his statue while explaining what he had done. Drona then reminded Ekalavya that to truly be Drona's pupil, Ekalavya would have to pay Guru Dakshina. Readily, Ekalavya offers to do anything for Drona. Drona knew Ekalavya in the future will work for Magadha which was the enemy of Hastinapur. Drona asks Ekalavya to cut off his right thumb as Guru Dakshina. Happy and Smiling, Ekalavya cuts off the thumb and presents it as Gurudakshina to Dronacharya.
Eklvaya was not rejected by dronaacharya because of his cast he was rejected because pitamah bhisma give drona a respectable job, home and food when drona have nothing and his family sleeping hungry most of nights and when everything goes happy and dandy he should accept another prince as student without even completing his first contract.
And one more thing parshuram teaches karna because he say he is a sootputra or lower cast not a kshatriya.so linking this to cast is just wrong.
 

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Eklvaya was not rejected by dronaacharya because of his cast he was rejected because pitamah bhisma give drona a respectable job, home and food when drona have nothing and his family sleeping hungry most of nights and when everything goes happy and dandy he should accept another prince as student without even completing his first contract.
And one more thing parshuram teaches karna because he say he is a sootputra or lower cast not a kshatriya.so linking this to cast is just wrong.
Instead of Eklavya , they should have named the drone dronaacharya

SMH really missed opportunity there.
 

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