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drone
English
UK/US
Military aircraft that is guided autonomously, by
remote control, or both and that carries sensors,
target designators, offensive ordnance, or electronic
transmitters designed to interfere with or destroy
enemy targets.
http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/497716/u
nmanned-aerial-vehicle-UAV
noun, countable, plural drones
Middle English, from Old English drn; akin to Old
High German treno drone, Greek thrnos dirge
heavier-than-air-craft
aircraft
quadrotor drone
pilotless aircraft
RPVs (remotely piloted vehicles);
UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles)
jet-powered drone
Unmanned aircraft, known variously as drones,
remotely piloted vehicles (RPVs), and now
unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), have been a
feature of aviation for much of its history, though in
limited or secondary roles.
http://www.vectorsite.net/twuav.html
In 2010, the Iranians showed off a new jet-powered
drone, the Karrar (Striker). It was displayed
carrying a 125 kilogram (250 pound) bomb under
each wing
http://www.vectorsite.net/twuavi.html#m6
The typical launch and recovery method of a drone is
by the function of an automatic system or an external
operator on the ground. Historically, UAVs were
simple remotely piloted aircraft, but autonomous
control is increasingly being employed. They are
usually deployed for military and special operation
applications, but also used in a growing number of
civil applications, such as policing and firefighting,
and nonmilitary security work, such as inspection of
power or pipelines. UAVs are often preferred for
missions that are too dull, dirty or dangerous for
manned aircraft.
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dron
romn
Romnia
aparat de zbor fr pilot la bord, ghidat de la distan.
http://dexonline.ro/definitie/dron%C4%83
substantiv comun, feminine, pl. drone, gen-dat. sg.
dronei, gen-dat.pl. dronelor
engl. drone
aparat de zbor
dispozitiv de zbor fr pilot
UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles)
Drona despre care se discut n cazul accidentului
elicopterului SMURD este una de uz civil, capabil s
zboare cteva zeci de minute i este comandat de la
distan.
http://playtech.ro/2014/ce-este-drona-accidentsmurd/
Nu este dron n sensul c poate zbura singur, iar o
denumire mai potrivit este quadrocopter (are patru
motoare). Astfel de drone sunt folosite pentru filmare
i fotografiere de la nlime i aa a fost cazul i celei
care a nregistrat accidentul SMURD.
http://playtech.ro/2014/ce-este-drona-accidentsmurd/
Principalele lor utiliti n armat sunt colectarea de
informaii i bombardarea anumitor puncte strategice,
iar asta fr a risca viaa vreunui soldat. Mai mult,
cele responsabile de colectarea de informaii sunt
capabile de autonomii impresionante, fiind alimentate
i cu energie solar. Totui, aceste modele cost zeci
de milioane de dolari. Mult mai ieftine sunt dronele
civile. Ele au intrat n atenia publicului pe msur ce
anumite companii au fabricat i le-au comercializat
pentru uz civil. n 2014 ns au intrat n dezbaterea
parlamentelor din anumite ri ale lumii pentru a le
crea un cadru legislativ n care oamenii le pot folosi.
Spre exemplu, n Romnia un proiect de lege
prevedea ca cele care filmeaz s nu mai zboare fr
aprobare. Nu s-a materializat acel plan, lovindu-se
mai ales de opoziia proprietarilor care ctig bani
din videoclipurile realizate cu astfel de dispozitive.
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