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  1. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    07/12/2017
    Ammunition Market By Manufacturers, Regions, Type And Application, Forecast To 2021
    Ammunition Market By Manufacturers, Regions, Type And Application, Forecast To 2021The global ammunition market is projected to grow from USD 18.08 Billion in 2016 to USD 21.98 Billion by 2021, at a CAGR of 3.98% from 2016 to 2021. The base year considered for the study is 2015, and the forecast period is from 2016 to 2021....
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  2. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    06/12/2017
    Ammunition Handling System Market worth 3.50 Billion USD by 2022
    Ammunition Handling System Market worth 3.50 Billion USD by 2022 According to the new market research report "Ammunition Handling System Market by Platform (Land, Airborne, Naval), Weapon Type (Cannons, Gatling Guns, Machine Guns, Main Guns, Launchers), Feeding Mechanism (Linked, Linkless), Component, Mode...
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  3. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    29/11/2017
    Unmanned Systems Fiber Reinforced Polymer Market projected to be worth $7.76 Billion by 2020
    Unmanned Systems Fiber Reinforced Polymer Market projected to be worth $7.76 Billion by 2020The Unmanned Systems Fiber Reinforced Polymer Market is estimated to be valued at $5.22 billion in 2015 and is projected to register a CAGR of 8.26% to reach $7.76 billion by 2020.Download PDF...
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  4. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    28/11/2017
    Inertial Navigation System (INS) Market | Study and Desing Stratergy for Grwoth
    Inertial Navigation System (INS) Market | Study and Desing Stratergy for Grwoth The inertial navigation system market report provides an analysis of the market from 2017 to 2022. It discusses industry and technology trends that are currently prevailing in the inertial navigation system market, along with the drivers,...
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  5. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    13/11/2017
    Satellite Bus Market: A Billion Doller Industry by 2022
    Satellite Bus Market: A Billion Doller Industry by 2022The satellite bus market was USD 9.28 Billion in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 13.64 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 5.97% during the forecast period. The base year considered for the study is 2016 and the forecast period is from 2017 to...
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  6. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    02/11/2017
    What Factors making Airborne LiDAR Market to grow?
    What Factors making Airborne LiDAR Market to grow?The global airborne LiDAR market was valued at USD 971.8 Million in 2016, and is expected to reach USD 2,533.7 Million by 2022 at a CAGR of 17.32% from 2017 to 2022.Download PDF...
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  7. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    27/10/2017
    #latest_report: Airborne LiDAR Market
    #latest_report: Airborne LiDAR MarketThe global airborne LiDAR market was valued at USD 971.8 Million in 2016, and is expected to reach USD 2,533.7 Million by 2022 at a CAGR of 17.32% from 2017 to 2022.Download PDF...
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  8. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    12/10/2017
    Ammunition has Potential Market Growth Factors
    Ammunition has Potential Market Growth FactorsFactors such geopolitical tensions, territorial conflicts, and political unrest in various countries across the globe are expected to drive the growth of the global ammunition market during the forecast period. The global ammunition market is...
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    Laurent Boscherini
    12/10/2017 #3 Anonymous
    Thank you @Pooja Patange for sharing your informative and interesting post, but other data seems to be more hurtful and increases it much more.
    The total value of the global arms market is estimated around $100 billion a year, with around $ 25 billion attributed to ammunitions for pistols, rifles, machine guns, and bullets. - Whitney, Craig R. (December 2012). "Ruling Arms". World Policy Journal. / Schroeder, Matt & Lamb, Guy (2016).

    The total illegal arms and ammunitions trade is harder to estimate, but the illicit small arms market has been estimated at 15–25% of the total global arms and ammunitions trade. - The illicit Arms Trade in Africa /African Analyst. Archived from the original study on 21 February 2007. Retrieved 17 June 2016.
    Laurent Boscherini
    12/10/2017 #2 Anonymous
    Thank you @Pooja Patange for sharing your informative and interesting post, but other data seems to be more hurtful and increases it much more.
    The total value of the global arms market is estimated around $100 billion a year, with around $ 25 billion attributed to ammunitions for pistols, rifles, machine guns, and bullets. - Whitney, Craig R. (December 2012). "Ruling Arms". World Policy Journal. / Schroeder, Matt & Lamb, Guy (2016).

    The total illegal arms and ammunitions trade is harder to estimate, but the illicit small arms market has been estimated at 15–25% of the total global arms and ammunitions trade. - The illicit Arms Trade in Africa /African Analyst. Archived from the original study on 21 February 2007. Retrieved 17 June 2016.
  9. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    27/09/2017
     Inertial Navigation System Market Outlook: worth 12.26 Billion USD by 2022
    Inertial Navigation System Market Outlook: worth 12.26 Billion USD by 2022 The report "Inertial Navigation System Market by Grade (Marine, Navigation, Tactical, Space, Commercial), Technology (Mechanical, Ring Laser, Fiber Optic, Mems), Application (Aircraft, Missile, Marine, UAV, UGV, UMV), Component, and Region -...
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  10. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    18/09/2017
    Crew Management System Market worth 2.35 Billion USD by 2022
    Crew Management System Market worth 2.35 Billion USD by 2022The report "Crew Management Systems Market by Application (Crew Planning, Crew Services, Crew Training, Crew Operations), System (On-Cloud, Server Based), Device (Smartphones, PCS, Tablets), and Region - Global Forecast to 2022", The global crew...
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  11. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    11/09/2017
    RIFLESCOPE MARKET WORTH 6.87 BILLION USD BY 2022
    RIFLESCOPE MARKET WORTH 6.87 BILLION USD BY 2022The report "Riflescope Market by Sight Type (Telescopic Sight, Reflex Sight), Technology (Electro Optic, Thermal Imaging/ Infrared, Laser ), Application (Hunting, Armed Forces, Shooting Sports), and Region - Global Forecast to 2022", The riflescope...
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    Pooja Patange
    12/09/2017 #3 Pooja Patange
    #2 yes you are i also think that but we can use this to save humanity..
    Paul Walters
    12/09/2017 #2 Paul Walters
    @Pooja Patange I appreciate that this is the profession that you are in, but really do we really need all of this high tech stuff in order to kill each other?
  12. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    07/09/2017
    Inertial Navigation System Market worth 12.26 Billion USD by 2022
    Inertial Navigation System Market worth 12.26 Billion USD by 2022The report "Inertial Navigation System Market by Grade (Marine, Navigation, Tactical, Space, Commercial), Technology (Mechanical, Ring Laser, Fiber Optic, Mems), Application (Aircraft, Missile, Marine, UAV, UGV, UMV), Component, and Region - Global...
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  13. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    06/09/2017
    Satellite Bus Market worth 13.64 Billion USD by 2022
    Satellite Bus Market worth 13.64 Billion USD by 2022The satellite bus market is estimated to grow from an estimated USD 10.21 Billion in 2017 to USD 13.64 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 5.97% during the forecast period. The major vendors in the security solutions market include ASSA ABLOY AB...
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  14. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    08/08/2017
     Riflescope Market worth 6.87 Billion USD by 2022
    Riflescope Market worth 6.87 Billion USD by 2022 The riflescope market is estimated to grow from USD 5.36 Billion in 2016 to USD 6.87 Billion in 2022, at a CAGR of 4.24% during the forecast period. Increasing popularity of shooting sports and animal hunting is expected to drive the...
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  15. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    03/08/2017
     Digital Radio Frequency Memory Market worth 1,222.2 Million USD by 2022
    Digital Radio Frequency Memory Market worth 1,222.2 Million USD by 2022 The Digital Radio Frequency Memory (DRFM) market is projected to grow from USD 613.9 Million in 2016 to USD 1,222.2 Million by 2022, at a CAGR of 12.16% during the forecast period. The base year considered for the study is 2015 and the...
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  16. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    19/07/2017
    Crew Management System Market worth 2.35 Billion USD by 2022
    Crew Management System Market worth 2.35 Billion USD by 2022The global crew management system market is estimated to grow from an estimated USD 1.31 Billion in 2016 to USD 2.35 Billion by 2022, at a CAGR of 10.19% from 2016 to 2022. Stringent regulations pertaining to working hours for crew members on board,...
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  17. ProducerPooja Patange

    Pooja Patange

    27/04/2017
    Attractive Market Opportunities in the Glass Cockpit Display for Aerospace Market
    Attractive Market Opportunities in the Glass Cockpit Display for Aerospace Market The glass cockpit displays for aerospace market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 2.2% in terms of value and 5.3% in terms of volume by 2020, which includes an in-depth analysis of the aircraft types, display types, sizes, and...
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  18. George Touryliov
    For a decade, NASA partnerships with commercial companies have set a foundation of new space-related industries with specialties in everything from engines and life support systems to complete spacecraft designs. More at - http://go.nasa.gov/2ns2mIvGeorge Touryliov
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  19. ProducerBill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    Aerospace Expansion Continues in Southeast, by Bill Stankiewicz, Savannah Supply Chain Guy
    Aerospace Expansion Continues in Southeast, by Bill Stankiewicz, Savannah Supply Chain GuyWorkforceSavannah’s workforce talent pipeline includes a wide variety of job seekers and skilled laborers. Savannah has 10 times the national average of aerospace engineers and was ranked 5th by PricewaterhouseCoopers for aviation manufacturing...
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    Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    08/01/2017 #5 Bill Stankiewicz, 🐝 Brand Ambassador
    #3 @Ramesh.S Ramesh.S, take a look at registering on the Gulfstream Web site, they have 9, 000 employees in Savannah & have another 3-4000 contractors too, they are always hiring. regards, Bill Stankiewicz
    RAMESH.S RAMESH.S
    08/01/2017 #3 RAMESH.S RAMESH.S
    I am completed in B.E CSE. Anything related job
    David B. Grinberg
    07/01/2017 #1 David B. Grinberg
    Keep buzing, Bill. I've shared in three hives. Enjoy the weekend!
  20. Producerpaul wayne

    paul wayne

    12/12/2016
    Which country will spend the most on Military Helicopters in 2017?
    Which country will spend the most on Military Helicopters in 2017?Broadly speaking, the global helicopter market is currently facing a two - pronged assault. The military helicopter segment has been impacted significantly by continued defense budgetary pressures across most traditional markets, and a recent slide...
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    Brian McKenzie
    18/12/2016 #7 Brian McKenzie
    #6 watching the situation in the US right now, it has the same stink Ukraine did in 2012, and all the same players are at the table. It will be a very interesting month.
    Mark Blevins
    13/12/2016 #6 Mark Blevins
    Did most of my work as a private contractor for the Pentagon. Washed out of the USMC when some officer told me he was old enough to be my father . I cussed him out and called him a Dumbass Redneck. Did my last job in 2009 and told people I was had too many injuries to keep doing merc . shit.
    Brian McKenzie
    13/12/2016 #5 Brian McKenzie
    #4 For me, the military was both the Best of Times and the Worst of Times. ' Travel the world, see new lands, meet new people, and kill them' I am a long play Veteran of U.S, Color Revolutions / Regime Change / Nation Building far too many times we ran the dark schemes that created war. Follow along in my Kyrzbekistan hive - I have been out of uniform since 2004, but the machine never lets me escape.
    Mark Blevins
    12/12/2016 #4 Mark Blevins
    #3 I guess there's a reason I'm retired and have been out of the loop 7 years. It was never a party for me.
    Brian McKenzie
    12/12/2016 #3 Brian McKenzie
    #2 you are 25 years too late to that party. We had them in Gulf War 1 - the imagery and video feeds were amazing.
    Mark Blevins
    12/12/2016 #2 Mark Blevins
    #1 I don't like the idea of flying drones in combat.
    Brian McKenzie
    12/12/2016 #1 Brian McKenzie
    It will be interesting to what happens with rotor based drones over the next few cycles. Surveillance models are already performing well in long term testing.
  21. Javier 🐝 beBee
    Javier 🐝 beBee
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    Phil Friedman
    21/08/2016 #17 Phil Friedman
    #9 #9 @Dean Owen - I can't speak for NASA, although I believe that the Cape Canaveral site was originally chosen at a time before the space program was that big. Moreover, in the U.S. commond sense has nothing to do with it. Congressional influence on the appropriations committee does, for where the launch site goes, so do money and jobs to the surrounding community. At the height of the program, the Titusville area grew to more than 40,000, whereas now it is pretty much a ghost town at 5,000 or less. The Cape offered, moreover, convenient location near a port, plus the ability to isolate the facility for security reasons (except when we used to run up the Banana River from Eau Gallie in an inflatable sport boat and get to within a 1/4 mile of the launch site.). Keep in mind, as well, that a rocket is not ingesting air as does a jet engine, and so is not likely to be choked out by sucking in a flock of birds. Whether striking some birds is structurally risky, I really don't know, but doubt it. Not an attitude that puts wildlife first, admittedly, but then we don't locate our cities in the deserts where they will not disturb native animal populations. Cheers!
    Pamela 🐝 Williams
    20/08/2016 #15 Pamela 🐝 Williams
    #13 That's really interesting William! You need to do a post on the subject. I would love to read it.
    William VanDorin
    20/08/2016 #13 William VanDorin
    It is a spectacle full of thunder and power put on for the public perception of what is possible. Sadly, this does not reflect the true state of our technology, which is exclusively the realm of black ops projects militarized and weaponized. We are a full fifty years beyond this in our spacecraft propulsion systems which do not use explosive force for a means of reaching, or navigating space. There exists zero point field propulsion and magnetic field manipulation systems which render Einstein's speed restrictions regarding mass irrelevant.
    Pamela 🐝 Williams
    20/08/2016 #12 Pamela 🐝 Williams
    #11 The Gobi is huge! We have area 51, but no one knows what goes on there :-). I guess each nation examines the risk and determines the best course of action. The U.S. chose over the ocean.
    Dean Owen
    20/08/2016 #11 Dean Owen
    #10 China has a launch site in the Gobi desert.
    Pamela 🐝 Williams
    20/08/2016 #10 Pamela 🐝 Williams
    #9 All launches are done over open water because of the dangers associated with a failed launch. The Challenger explosion threw debris a couple of miles away. After Challenger numerous rockets either exploded on their own and had to be destroyed because they went off course. Considering the speed at which they are traveling and the amount of fuel required to launch them and get them into space there is too much risk. They could explode over a town before mission control realized there was an issue, it happens that quick. Many rockets are launched off Naval vessels in the middle of the ocean.
    Dean Owen
    20/08/2016 #9 Dean Owen
    #6 #7 #8 You are all right. This photo was taken from across the river. But there have been a number of documented encounters where wildlife has struck an ascending shuttle. -http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/behindscenes/roadkill.html View more
    #6 #7 #8 You are all right. This photo was taken from across the river. But there have been a number of documented encounters where wildlife has struck an ascending shuttle. -http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/shuttle/behindscenes/roadkill.html Given the risk to wildlife and crew, wouldn't it make sense to not do launches next to a river? Close
    Pamela 🐝 Williams
    20/08/2016 #8 Pamela 🐝 Williams
    #7 You're absolutely right Phil, They do keep the areas clear, as much as possible, of wildlife. But wildlife will do what they do. This was probably taken from across the river on the viewing lawns. I sat there when my daughter was 3 weeks old to watch the launch of the Columbia, the first launch after the Challenger explosion. I worked on Patrick AFB, which is the support base for the launches. The Air Rescue squadron was sometimes tasked with flying in the area prior to the launches to scare off birds. If you ever paid attention (who would with a launch) they were usually flying over the ocean several miles out when a launch took place. How do I know? For morning launches we (the dining facility) had to have a full breakfast hot and ready for them at 4 AM. High protein steak and eggs all the way!
    Phil Friedman
    20/08/2016 #7 Phil Friedman
    #2 Over several years, I worked serially on a number of on-site contract assignments in Titusville, FL, directly across the Indian River (which is actually an ocean sound) from the NASA Cape Canaveral launch site. And I've watched a number of launches, including the historic last night launch made under the NASA program. There is a lot of wildlife in the area, especially gulls, cormorants, pelicans, and other birds. But to the best of my knowledge,, steps ARE taken to keep the launch site clear of birds. Judging from the relative image size of the birds, they are way in the foreground of an image taken from quite far away with a really long lense. In other words althogh they appear at first glance to be at the launch site, they are a fair distance away. And have probably been raised to flight by the noise and the notably high level of vibration carried through the ground and water, enough to rattle glasses on a table several miles distant from the launch pad. Cheers!
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    20/08/2016 #5 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #2 Much as I would love to claim credit, I have to say,in my best Shaggy imitation, "Wuzzzn't me!" I think I first heard it from, @Alan Geller
    Dean Owen
    20/08/2016 #2 Dean Owen
    I can't remember who, I think it was Paul C, but someone coined the phrase "To Affinity and Beyond". What surprises me about this picture are the birds. I would have thought NASA would have cleared the area much like airports attempt to do....
  22. Rebekah Rounds

    Rebekah Rounds

    01/08/2016
    Rebekah Rounds
    Eternal light, up for grabs
    news.harvard.edu Martin Elvis of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics warns that a loophole in the Outer Space Treaty leaves open the possibility of a race for resources on the...
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  23. Rebekah Rounds

    Rebekah Rounds

    24/07/2016
    Rebekah Rounds
    Why asteroid mining could dictate our entire future in space
    www.sciencealert.com As Earth’s population continues to swell, the strain on our planet’s resources continues to grow. And although ecologists assert that we aren’t at the tipping point just yet, Earth has a finite amount of resources. Eventually, we are going to...
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  24. Rebekah Rounds

    Rebekah Rounds

    24/07/2016
    Rebekah Rounds
    Investments in space are taking off, though the ambitions are mostly down to earth
    www.technologyreview.com Extraterrestrial ventures are no longer limited to deep-pocketed...
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  25. Rebekah Rounds

    Rebekah Rounds

    24/07/2016
    Rebekah Rounds
    Old Radio Telescope Restored for New Uses - Sky & Telescope
    www.skyandtelescope.com Abandoned for 25 years, a 12-meter antenna once used during the Cold War is now introducing astronomy students to the radio...
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