Pocket-sized drones developed by the US military for its soldiers


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Pocket-sized drones developed by the US military for its soldiers
The U.S. military will spend $ 39 million on surveillance drones that are size enough to fit into soldiers ' pockets or palms.

Wars in Modern times also require the use of modern equipment. The U.S. military also wants to use drone technology in this sense and to give itself an advantage through this technology.

The idea behind drones is simple. These small drones, manufactured by FLIR Systems, are expected to give soldiers a “lethal advantage” and give soldiers the ability to view from the top.

FLIR Systems is currently delivering “nano-unmanned aerial vehicles.” These devices are called Plack Hornet Personal Reconnaissance Systems.

“This contract is a very important milestone in the world's largest military in terms of operating large-scale nano UAVs,” says Jim Cannon, CEO of FLIR Systems.

The question of how efficient these tools are on the front line is not yet answered.
A new type of coronavirus that has emerged in Wuhan, China, has sparked panic around the world.

After the mysterious virus, questions such as” how the virus is transmitted, what should be done " were wondered. Infectious diseases and microbiology specialist Prof. Dr. Nail authenticity has made important statements about coronavirus that the whole world is talking about, warning citizens who use airports.

How is coronavirus transmitted?
How is coronavirus diagnosed?
The virus is transmitted through the mouth or nose after touching the environment and things where the virus is present. As a result, it reaches the respiratory tract, liver, stomach, intestine and nervous system, creating a table of diseases. There is also a transition from various animals to humans.
How is coronavirus diagnosed?
Signs of fever, sore throat, shortness of breath, respiratory failure are in the foreground. The mortality rate of patients infected with this virus may be 35-40 percent. Individuals with respiratory failure are admitted to hospital for diagnosis. Samples from respiratory secretions, serum and feces are sent to the Public Health Laboratory for PCR testing. As with every outbreak, a history of travel to the outbreak site is required for possible case identification, in addition to fever and clinical symptoms.

What to do to protect against the virus, what precautions should be taken?
The main transmission route of the disease is through droplet infection that is spread through the respiratory tract during cough sneeze, so it is recommended that respiratory infection prevention measures be followed to prevent transmission. The first condition of this is the avoidance of close contact from person to person. Close contact means to be at a distance of about one meter from the sick individual, to be exposed to droplets spread by the respiratory tract during coughing sneezes, kissing, hugging situations such as. Thus, the virus can reach the nearby person's mouth, nose, and eye mucosa.