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Sanctions Or Not, Iranian Competition Yields Successful UAVs 147

Posted by timothy
from the force-breeds-resistance dept.
garymortimer writes with word of the result from a high-tech student competition that doesn't come with sponsorship from DARPA or Mobil — far from it. Instead, the sponsors include "military and non-military organizations" within Iran. "In this competition, participants must provide a UAV equipped with a camera to search a 10 square kilometer area for at least 40 minutes to find 3 square meter marks on the ground with different English letters on them. Finding ground targets and reporting the geo location are criterion for choosing the contest winner." (This article updates another from last year, which gives some more details about the competition.)
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Sanctions Or Not, Iranian Competition Yields Successful UAVs

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