The summary is a blatant rip-off of the BBC article found here.
Lots of reasonably priced displays, some with touch and on-bard "intelligent" controllers.
+1 for the E6520. I have one with an SSD and it flies, the screen is great and it has a full size keyboard with the numeric keypad,not that I use it
the cause of the mishap was the pilot's failure to recognize and initiate a timely dive recovery due to channelized attention, breakdown of visual scan, and unrecognized spatial disorientation
The board also found that
by preponderance of evidence, organizational training issues, inadvertent operations, personal equipment interference, and controls/switches were factors that substantially contributed to the mishap
Capt. Haney, in accordance with procedures, should have activated the Emergency Oxygen System, but was probably hampered by the Cold Weather gear and Night Vision Goggles he was wearing for the mission. No explanation has been found for the failure of the bleed air system and this seems to be the primary aim of the lawsuit.
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O'Dwyer operated the site "TV-Shack" which didn't offer any files itself, but posted links to streams and files hosted elsewhere for 3 years from 2007 until 2010. O'Dwyer was first arrested in June last year by British police acting on information from US Immigration and Customs Enforcement. The domestic investigation was subsequently dropped, but Mr O’Dwyer was re-arrested in May on an extradition warrant to face charges in America.
Eh, Wireshark has been cross platform from day 1.
Lt Gen David Deptula, USAF deputy chief of staff for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, says the hacked videos resulted in no "significant impacts" on operations and tactics and went on to say "What do you mean the 'compromise of the data', nothing is compromised. I want to get information out to the joint forces on the ground, you follow me? If someone does pick [the video feed] up and they don't know the context of how the information is being used, what's the compromise?"
The story originally broke in the Wall Street Journal as a "hack" where the insurgents were using a software package called SkyGrabber to capture the drone video downlink.
Apparently encrypting the downlink seems to escaped the manufacturer and the USAF as a possibility of keeping their tactical info out of the hands of insurgents.
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It's almost inevitable I end up providing this service for family and friends anyway, I figured it's a good time to consider trying it for a living.
Or the battery could have condition monitoring built-in.
I don't see how an exchangeable battery could be safe without it.
And where do you get this info from?
In the UK prices of USB keys have been in freefall. I see no sign of any music tax.