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Presentation on modern warfare techniques

  1. 1. PRESENTATION ON MODERN WARFARE TECHNIQUES <br />2ND GROUP PRESENTATION OF PCT BATCH 1 <br />
  2. 2. LOKMANYA TILAK COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING <br /><ul><li>SURAJ GAUD
  3. 3. YOGESH GUPTA
  4. 4. SHRINESH GUNTETI
  5. 5. SUYOG BHOR
  6. 6. ACHARE NIWAS
  7. 7. RADHIKA
  8. 8. SWATI
  9. 9. RUSHAL</li></ul>GROUP MEMBERS<br />
  10. 10. INTRODUCTION TO THE TOPIC<br />MODERN FUTURE <br />WEAPONS<br />
  11. 11. CONTENTS<br /> INTRODUCTION<br />BIOLOGICAL WARFARE<br />NUCLEAR WARFARE<br />DEVELOPMENT IN MILITARY ROBOTS<br />ELECTRONIC WARFARE<br />CYBER-TERRORISM<br />CONCLUSION<br />
  12. 12. INTRODUCTION<br /> Weapon, the name itself causes agitation in the mind. You feel ridiculous because of its destructive nature and exited because of its power. The country is said to be powerful when it has highly sophisticated weapon.<br />Going back if one analysis , the race for weapon started from the days civilization era started and sophistication to weapon were added when industrialization revolution started.. <br />The need of weapon entered into the mind of human being in order to protect from <br />the onslaught of wild animals, and enemies prevailing during those times and to one-up in power from neighboring countries., Initially the weapon were mechanical, as the technology advanced, the type of weapon changed, from wood to stone, Iron to steel, mechanical to nuclear supported by electrical. electronic technology. The weapon became the status of power.<br />Presently the tactics of war has shifted to the following, cyber warfare. Biological weapon, robotics weapon etc…<br />
  13. 13. An unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV; also known as a remotely piloted vehicle or RPV, or Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS)) is an aircraft that flies without a human crew on board the aircraft. Their largest uses are in military applications. To distinguish UAVs from missiles, a UAV is defined as a reusable, uncrewed vehicle capable of controlled, sustained, level flight and powered by a jet or reciprocating engine. Therefore, cruise missiles are not considered UAVs, because, like many other guided missiles, the vehicle itself is a weapon that is not reused, even though it is also unmanned and in some cases remotely guided.<br />

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