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“Many of the applications the Army wants to develop—for instance, the ability to watch full-motion video shot from a drone—can already be done with equipment now in the field.”
“Last year, the Pentagon provided $495 million to buy 34 tethered surveillance blimps that give troops a bird's eye view of certain areas and sent in more unmanned surveillance aircraft so route-clearance patrols would have the benefit of full-motion video.”
“It may have taken Microsoft a few years to catch up with Nintendo and Sony in full-motion gaming, but it was worth the wait — and we get to dump the controller. —”
“The products are used for video applications, including surveillance and full-motion video capture, as well as high-performance computer programs used for scientific research.”
“Continental convinced the FAA by showing that pilots who successfully go through its training program are just as proficient as those who use full-motion simulators.”
“Continental pilots still must periodically demonstrate mastery of certain flying skills in full-motion simulators.”
“The disagreement within United Continental revolves around using fixed-base simulators—which don't mimic the movements of planes in flight—rather than full-motion devices to conduct certain types of mandatory, recurrent pilot training.”
“A decade ago, Continental received Federal Aviation Administration regulatory approval to use such devices, costing roughly one-third less than full-motion simulators, during the last phase of periodic proficiency checks for pilots flying its Boeing Co. 777 fleet.”
“That would undercut the general tendency of commercial-jet manufacturers and global pilot-training companies to prod fast-growing carriers to embrace full-motion simulators with the greatest possible realism.”
“The NTSB continues to champion full-motion simulators for recurrent training.”
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