Aerospace & Defense

The objective is to design a drone which resembles a bird, also called ornithopter. This drone can be mounted with a camera that can be used for aerial surveillance and photography.

The Rotodyne principle has a niche market in future intercity travel in thawt the concept proposed will have a cruising speed close to regional propjets,

The main problem of space exploration are the costs due to an obsolete technology after sixty years we are still with liquid thrusters,

Today’s autonomous drones have reaction times of tens of milliseconds, which is not enough for navigating fast in complex dynamic environments. To safely avoid fast moving objects, drones need low-latency sensors and algorithms. We departed from state-of-the-art approaches by using event cameras,

The Silver Lock fastener is a permanently locking, high vibration resistant fastener, that for maintenance is reversible and reusable. It employs a mechanical lock, which does not rely on friction. With the engagement of a standard 6-point socket, the fastener is free spinning,

In 1923 Professor Paul Biefeld and his student Thomas Townsend Brown discovered this effect during the test of a new type of capacitor. Basically the Biefeld Brown effect is electro gravitation.

The lightweight modular defensive wall (LMDW) is a mechanism for the protection of personnel, buildings and equipment at designated locations.

A defensive wall concept has been schemed that has a thickness of 400mm.

During training for or in emergency response situations, it's useful to know team members' positions in real-time, but can be difficult to do so. Losing someone’s position could have undesired impacts, such as a failure to contain/apprehend or friendly fire situations.

Non-Inertial Onboard Navigation was designed to replace currently deployed combinations of IMU and GPS in the Space-speed Applications.

on Sagnac effect of propagation of light in the body under rotation,

The risk of illegal use of drones has greatly increased in terms of privacy violation, spying, and terrorism. The current state-of-the-art drone detection systems (DDSs) involve diverse sensing methods such as acoustic sensors, video surveillance, and RF methods. However,

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