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Big Helicopters for Big Players: Chinese OEMs are in the High Speed Helicopter Race

  Upgrading existing platforms is a natural move for a nascent but dynamic helicopter Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs), such as CAIC. In parallel with the US upgrading the AH64 D into the Guardian model, the evolution of the WZ10 and WZ9, and even the most recent Z19, is not only dominated by China’s evolving military Concept of Operations ...

Cutting through the Complexity (Or: Maybe I Should Have a Yard Sale)

I want to talk about my house. It’s a lovely house: it’s on a golf course, with a beautiful view of the 17th green. It’s in northern Virginia, not far from Washington, D.C. It’s got high ceilings and lots of sunshine and is painted pretty colors. When my husband and I bought it, it was just the two of us (well, and our Corgi, Lizzie). It seemed eno...

Military Embedded Systems magazine article

My analysis of the UAS export business was mentioned in September issue of Military Embedded Systems. ...

UASs for commercial market gaining traction

3D Robotics gets a huge investment as Aeroenvironment lays off workers in the UAS business segment. ...

Latest research on the US Helicopter Market

Please click here to view my latest research on the US helicopter market in both the civil and military sectors. ...

Ka-band in Latin America - Beyond HTS

Published in Via Satellite Magazine Latin America Edition August 2013 Last year we spoke of the promise – and difficulties – of Ka-band in Latin America. Now, we see the technology start to become a reality, with the region’s first Ka-band payload now in operation. The nine spot beams on Hispamar’s Amazonas 3, directed at Latin America’s largest c...

Satellite Broadband: Finally a Reality for LatAm?

Published in Via Satellite Magazine Latin America Edition June 2012 With economic crisis in the saturated European and North American markets, satellite operators are now turning to emerging markets with limited infrastructure and growing demand for communications services for new growth oppor tunities. Latin America is an obvious choice with its ...

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