Current Issue - Mar-April 2018

   
   

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IAI develops innovation, first-of-its kind operational and technological capability.
IAI focuses efforts on green energy for the development on electrically - powered aircraft
Importance of Indo- Israel defence cooperation
Asia and the Middle East lead rising trend in arms imports, US exports grow significantly, says SIPRI
How the Internet of Things is enhancing flight experience

 

IAI develops innovation, first-of-its kind operational and technological capability.

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has recently developed and demonstrated a breakthrough operational and technological capability for the Heron Family. With the new capability, Heron can automatically land in remote runways located thousands of kilometers away, where it is serviced by a small crew and basic fueling infrastructure before it takes off for an additional mission.
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IAI focuses efforts on green energy for the development on electrically - powered aircraft

Israel Aerospace Industry (IAI) has begun working on the development of green energy solutions for the future development of electrically powered aircraft, combining environmental benefits together with longer ranges and endurance and with significant fuel cost savings.

 
 

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Importance of Indo- Israel defence cooperation

Indo Israel defence cooperation began after Prime Minister PV Narasimha Rao from the Congress party, in January 1992, established full diplomatic relations, defence ties with Israel.

 

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Asia and the Middle East lead rising trend in arms imports, US exports grow significantly

Continuing the upward trend that began in the early 2000s, the volume of international transfers of major weapons in 2013-17 was 10% higher than in 2008-12, according to new data on arms transfers published recently by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). The flow of arms increased to Asia and Oceania and the Middle East between 200812 and 201317, while there was a decrease in the flow to Africa, the Americas and Europe. The five biggest exporters the United States, Russia, France, Germany and China together accounted for 74% of all arms exports in 201317.

 

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How the Internet of Things is enhancing flight experience

With environment issues always on top of the agenda, commercial aviation engines will need to reduce their carbon foot print. Efforts are being made to manuracture engines that are nearly 50% carbon efficient.

 

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