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Robots

This presentation is about the use of Robots in the military
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John Krupski

on 26 February 2013

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unmanned_aerial_vehicle

http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2013-02/what-model-airplanes-have-do-drone-rules

http://www.howstuffworks.com/reaper1.htm

"Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems Association Advantages of UAVs." Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems Association Welcome. Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Systems Association, n.d. Web. 26 Feb. 2013. <http://www.uavs.org/advantages>.

"Killer Robots - Drone Strikes of the Future?." YouTube. The Young Turks, 23 Nov. 2012. Web. 25 Feb. 2013. <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHMHpCTJBNE>. The opinions put forth by the previous video were our opinions as well. We support the usage of drones in the military, assuming that they remain under human control. VS Drones are cheaper to manufacture than military aircraft. A new reaper drone costs approximately $53 million, while an new F35 fighter jet costs $135 million. (And Why We Support It) They are quicker and easier to learn to fly than normal human piloted aircraft. American casualties are minimized in completing the following tasks:
-surveillance (to gather intel)
-preparing and executing attacks on specific targets
Drones are often more successful and efficient in completing the above mentioned tasks Benefits of Drones A Reaper Drone firing a missile Attack drones can be used to engage hostile ground targets. They are used to follow targets and eliminate them, usually with laser guided missiles. They can stay in the air for an average of 20-24 hours. Attack Drones Aerial Spy Drone Drone Usage in the Military Drones are unmanned robotic vehicles. They are remotely controlled by a trained operator from a distance. Drones have various uses for the military. What is a drone? Spy drones are flown over enemy controlled territory. They provide valuable intel about hostile environments, which aren't safe for human reconnaissance Spy Drones Drones can stay in the air longer than manned vehicles. Manned vehicles can stay for a few hours or at most a day (with aerial refueling), but drones can stay for a few days or even weeks (up to 30+ hours without refueling), and a drone that can stay in flight for months, possibly even years, is under development. An Aerial Drone A Reaper Drone firing a missile
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