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    Quote Originally Posted by vande matrum View Post
    what is that Machine Gun on the boat? looks like M60, correct me if I am wrong.
    Seems like it. Doesn't look like PK for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Indoamericanistani View Post
    I like to call it Armed Dhruv. Makes no difference.
    Yes, it won't. Just like Su-27, Su-30mk or Su-30mki.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinblade View Post
    Seems like it. Doesn't look like PK for sure.
    Thats French FN Minimi or FN Mag.....!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by assaulttush View Post
    Yes, it won't. Just like Su-27, Su-30mk or Su-30mki.
    What? Those are all different variants.

    Just like there's no problem calling Tejas, LCA. There's nothing wrong with calling Rudra, Armed Dhruv or WSI Dhruv..






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    Quote Originally Posted by Indoamericanistani View Post
    What? Those are all different variants.

    Just like there's no problem calling Tejas, LCA. There's nothing wrong with calling Rudra, Armed Dhruv or WSI Dhruv..
    Chill down man. There's no problem, but when internal systems are modified, weapons are added to a utility heli; then it becomes a new variant at all. I think so. I am not that much educated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by assaulttush View Post
    Chill down man. There's no problem, but when internal systems are modified, weapons are added to a utility heli; then it becomes a new variant at all. I think so. I am not that much educated.
    Nah man.. Before Rudra got its official name people called it Armed Dhruv, Weaponized Dhruv, etc. It's all the same.

    I still call Tejas, 'LCA'. And I'll probably call LCH, LCH even after it gets its official name.

    Point is Armed Dhruv, Weaponized Dhruv, etc are the same as Rudra...

    Idk, this isn't a big deal anyways.

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    Arrow CABS touches 21 Spirited scientists await prying plane Sub-systems for surveillane

    [*******#333333][FONT=Verdana]The Centre for Air-Borne Systems (CABS) touched 21 silently with a story matching that of the proverbial Phoenix. With a morale virtually reduced to ground-zero following the tragic crash of their pet prototype plane Airborne Surveillance Platform (ASP) in 1999, today the CABS has made most of its detractors run for cover. Thanks to the decision-makers at the Defence Research and Development Organisation ([/FONT][/COLOR]DRDO[*******#333333][FONT=Verdana]) HQ in Delhi, the CABS got a fresh lease of life in 2004, when they bagged the prestigious Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) system project. [/FONT][/COLOR]

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    Arrow Smart processing of images & videos that makes the mission menacing








    [*******#333333][FONT=Verdana]Bangalore: Photographs and videos are two vital intelligence inputs that make the mission meaningful and menacing. With the advent of digital imagery, the option to process, enhance and disseminate the imagery intelligence opened up. Today, the trend is fast-pacing towards ubiquitous imaging, grabbing of videos rather than still images, and of creating large image collections.The call of the hour hence is for specific technologies to process, store and exploit large number of images and videos. A comprehensive image and video processing solution that brings together the various processing capabilities that exist in the civilian space.[/FONT][/COLOR]

    Source:http://tarmak007.blogspot.in/2012/02...deos-that.html

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    Arrow Inspired by nature, scientists develop artificial neural network models



    [*******#333333][FONT=Verdana]Bangalore: Want new ideas? Log on to nature! Well, this could be the in-thing Indian defence scientists are wedded to, while exploring the mesmerising possibilities of Artificial Intelligence (AI). The Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (CAIR), the focal point of this series, is developing AI network models that emulate the computing style of intelligence inherent in nature. “Nature’s creations consist of highly complex systems. The human brain’s Neural Network is an example.[/FONT][/COLOR]
    Source: http://tarmak007.blogspot.in/2012/02...s-develop.html

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