Saturday, October 1, 2011

Using Israeli UAVs.

Both India and Britain have been using Israeli UAVs. Britain has leased Hermes UAVs, and licensed the Hermes technology for British built Watchkeeper UAVs. India has bought Heron UAVs (built by another Israeli firm) and seeks to develop its own UAV industry. The U.S. Predator UAV was developed from earlier Israeli designs, and the companies that make Predator, Heron and Hermes control over 80 percent of the market for medium-sized UAVs (weighing about a ton, can stay in the air 24 hours or more and carry missiles). Britain and India would each like to become major players in the UAV market, and believe some cooperation might help that happen

1-ERDAS IMAGINE -SATELLITE IMAGE PROCESSING

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