Friday, January 11, 2019

Chinese Drones Now Have The Ability To 'Talk' To Fighter Pilots

China’s new stealth drone, the Sky Hawk, went on display to the public at Airshow China in November. Photo: China Aerospace Science

SCMP: China’s Sky Hawk stealth drone has capability to ‘talk’ to fighter pilots, developer says

* Manned-unmanned teaming technology allows aircraft – with or without pilots – to communicate and collaborate during surveillance and combat operations
* But despite claims, system is still only in development stage, expert says

One of China’s newest stealth drones, the Sky Hawk, features state-of-the-art technology that allows it to communicate and collaborate with manned aircraft during surveillance and combat operations, its developer said.

Known as manned-unmanned teaming (MUM-T), the technology means pilots and ground staff can receive information from drones to improve their situational awareness while allowing them to remain at a safe distance.

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WNU Editor: The Chinese are rushing to feed a demand .... Chinese drone technology flooding the market in the Middle East (Middle East Eye).


Jac said...

I hope that the American Defense Industry has taken all the step for being "safe" against Chinese hackers. What is lost is lost, but we have to protect the new stuff.

Anonymous said...

You get what you pay for...

Anonymous said...

So they now have the same or arguably more narrow scope of capabilities than Siri on a 2015 iPhone that can deal with many more use cases ,languages and dialects? And they only needed 1.5bn people? Impressive

*Claps slowly*