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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Suppiah » 29 Feb 2004 16:15

I think it is significant that India sent a team of pilots and their machines, that too some women thrown in. Looking at pictures in clubsnap.org, one can see that they attracted lots of attention and media coverage. Singapore has a fair share of expats from practically every nationality and lots more come from the region.

It is small things like these that change perceptions. The unfortunate fact that we share borders with a country of fanatic barbarian terrorists often spills over and affects our image, even in the near neighbourhood. These shows and active participation of women etc., will create lasting impressions.

Big thanks to whoever thought of sending these guys and gals over!

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Abhisham » 29 Feb 2004 16:59

Vignesh yea i went to the MBDA stall and tried to nail that gora fellow. In the end he still stuck to the thing that ASRAAM is better. Though he did acknowlege the fact that R-73 can turn corners better but with loss in energy whereas ASRAAM takes a larger route but with a much faster speed. Then he started talking about close combat senarios and he basically tried to put down the IRIS-T rather than the R-73. ANyways i was able to nail him down on the Brahmos issue :rotfl:
All he could say was compared to the exocet Brahmos was in a different league of Anti-ship missiles and there was nothing with MBDA that they could offer against it.

Sorry nitin don't have pics, though Vignesh did take videos hope he has a bit on the LSV. Surely he did get the ALH in action so hopefully he can put it up in a video or something sometime soon. According to the person the only problem with Singapore is that they don't produce in high numbers thus the / unit price for each equipment stays relatively high. The tavors beat the SAR-21 and they are just a bit worried that 100K/LSV might be a problem but 1000 vehicles might bring the price down.

I have just become an avid admirer of the Rafale. Saw the pics of the interior of the cockpit man it was mind boggling. Large MFD's comfortable seating arrangment as well as very wide field of view. AS per the pilot the seat is a bit raised and with bubble canopy like the F-16 it gives a very well all round awareness.

Few other things that interested me were the Primus 2000 by singapore. 39 calibre but extremely light SPH, spacious inside as well as fully computerized fire solution etc.

Hopefully indians should get their hand on the Storm Shadow. Impressive missile marketed by an impressive video that they were showing over and over again.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Rudra » 29 Feb 2004 19:50

larger nos of KEPD-50 and Mjoelnir type boxes with smart submunitions is what we need , Brahmos will do whatever Taurus/storm shadow does.

in ODS-2 reports say half a iraqi tank column got
obliterated by 2 x WCMDs containing AT bomblets unleashed by a B52 from 40kft!

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Abhisham » 01 Mar 2004 00:23

well was going through all the stuff i collected at the airshow and i found a ALH dhruv corporate video by HAL. It is a 154mb file with lots of tit bits about the Dhruv. Even the cockpit has been picturized very well. They show the Dhruv conducting quite a few manouvers and the different variants avaliable. If anyone wants it how do i put it up..and what are the the other technicalities i need to know..!!

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Jagan » 01 Mar 2004 00:27

Originally posted by Abhisham:
. If anyone wants it how do i put it up..and what are the the other technicalities i need to know..!!

Abhisham
Paging Cy_baru - the last time we had this mega size file downloads was during the maiden flight of TD2!

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Cybaru » 01 Mar 2004 01:38

Sure lets take it offline..
You have my email id..
cy_baru at yahoo dot com

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby vverma » 01 Mar 2004 05:46

Whatever you do, don't cut down the size of the video. I can host it if necessary.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Cybaru » 01 Mar 2004 06:11

If you want, I can put up both versions.. Need some way for modem users to be able to see it as well.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby rags » 01 Mar 2004 08:33

cy_baru,
Can you make the downloadable as zip file. Can't download if the file has a any video extension.
:o
thks

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Cybaru » 01 Mar 2004 08:47

I haven't received the goodies yet... so lets wait for a while shall we.

Paging Abhisham.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Radhey » 01 Mar 2004 18:44

Folks..

Singapore Aerospace photos for your viewing pleasure..
http://radheysphotos.fotopic.net/c127148.html

Regards,
Radhey Shyam

PS: Flight display were too fast and too far for my ‘tiny’ digital camera...

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby abhejit » 02 Mar 2004 01:42

HAL bags $5-m deal at Asian aerospace meet

The `trial order', bagged by the HAL, is for the supply of tail rotor blades for Bell-206 helicopter. The HAL Chairman, N.R. Mohanty, said: ``It is a good order, and the value of the order is more than $ 5 millions. It is just the beginning.''

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby JaiS » 02 Mar 2004 09:46

Originally posted by Radhey Shyam:
Folks..

Singapore Aerospace photos for your viewing pleasure..
http://radheysphotos.fotopic.net/c127148.html

Regards,
Radhey Shyam

PS: Flight display were too fast and too far for my ‘tiny’ digital camera...
Thank you !

BTW folks, check this out.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby CPrakash » 02 Mar 2004 13:34

Originally posted by Radhey Shyam:
Folks..

Singapore Aerospace photos for your viewing pleasure..
http://radheysphotos.fotopic.net/c127148.html
PS: Flight display were too fast and too far for my ‘tiny’ digital camera...
Nice photos..

<small>psst ...the Sarang 'Pilot' is a ground support crew - (notice the havaldar stripes)

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby shiv » 02 Mar 2004 18:27

Originally posted by Suppiah:
To those that missed the Singapore show - here is one you should not miss:

The Iran Aerospace Show

Don't dismiss these guys Suppiah. They are a lot different from Pakis and have a future.

http://www.ari.ac.ir/

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Radhey » 07 Mar 2004 09:32

Folks..

I plan to recycle the space allocated to the aerospace photos after 15th of March. So, those interested in the photos, download it by then..

Thanks,
Radhey Shyam

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Arun_S » 07 Mar 2004 13:10

Radhey Shyam: The photo of GSLV-Mk3 is precious. Unfortunately the picture is not complete. Do you have any other view/shot of the GSLV?

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Abhisham » 07 Mar 2004 18:16

Well Cy_baru should by now be putting up the ALH video. :)

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Cybaru » 07 Mar 2004 18:32

Well, its out there if you cant wait any longer. I am missing a format, I will add regular mepg2 by today/tomorrow evening. I will also add high quality video for those who want that as well.

http://chanakya.dyndns.org/articles/

Have fun.

In another week or so will add the full high quality LCA video as well.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Radhey » 07 Mar 2004 19:17

Originally posted by Arun_S:
Radhey Shyam: The photo of GSLV-Mk3 is precious. Unfortunately the picture is not complete. Do you have any other view/shot of the GSLV?
Sorry Arun.. That's my only picture of the ISRO stall..

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Abhisham » 07 Mar 2004 21:55

:D Did you see the video cy_baru the cockpit looks so impressive. And one more thing somewhere in the middle of the video it talks about ASW varient of ALH as well.!!

There are some other stuff i need to go through but none of it pretains much to indian equipment. Hopefully i can find something else useful.

Abhisham

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby rkumesh » 07 Mar 2004 23:41

Hi,
I am not being able to play the Dhruva video. I downloaded the DivX player, it plays my older videos well but the dhruva one it plays only the first 5 sec. and stops, What should I do?

Thanks.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby member_6082 » 08 Mar 2004 01:25

can't play the Dhruva video as well with the DivX player. playes 4 secs only. :confused:

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Kanu » 08 Mar 2004 02:03

Same here, only plays for the first five seconds.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Cybaru » 08 Mar 2004 05:19

Allright .. gimme a day & i will put up some other format, so something will surely work. In the meanwhile, if you have a fancy phone use that to watch the mp4 video or use quicktime. Its not bad at all.

Abhisham..

Yeah i saw that part and the SAR one as well. they had nice big shiny lights and infrared viewer. They are on the right track with this baby. The end also looks very nice...

Has it worked for anyone ? Just one person acking would be fine.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Guest » 08 Mar 2004 06:05

I could view the smaller version on my desktop... using divx player. the .avi version stops after 4 secs as the others reported.

Originally posted by cy_baru:
Has it worked for anyone ? Just one person acking would be fine.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Cybaru » 08 Mar 2004 06:34

Originally posted by manku thimma:
I could view the smaller version on my desktop... using divx player. the .avi version stops after 4 secs as the others reported.
Okay, will dump the avi version.

Use quicktime 6.4 or later to view.

Uploading a larger 16 MB file. This is what the original size (320 * 240) is. Its almost as good as the real thing. Hardly any loss.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Radhey » 08 Mar 2004 18:38

Check these Brochures...

http://gallery49625.fotopic.net/c131068.html

Regards,
Radhey Shyam

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Jagan » 08 Mar 2004 18:44

Originally posted by Radhey Shyam:
Check these Brochures...

http://gallery49625.fotopic.net/c131068.html

Regards,
Radhey Shyam
Wow!

Excellent Stuff!!

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Cybaru » 08 Mar 2004 19:47

Originally posted by Abhisham:

There are some other stuff i need to go through but none of it pretains much to indian equipment. Hopefully i can find something else useful.

Abhisham
Okay drop me a line if you find something interesting, even otherwise dump it there and let me know.

It would also be nice to have footage from DD of Divya Shakti exercises.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby JaiS » 08 Mar 2004 20:05

Hi,

Originally posted by Radhey Shyam:
Check these Brochures...

http://gallery49625.fotopic.net/c131068.html

Regards,
Radhey Shyam
From the link, see this image .

Is that Su-30 an MKI ?
Is it carrying Sorbitsya Jammers ?

It is carrying the Kh-31.

BTW, Radhey Shyam, thanks for the brochure scans.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Guest » 09 Mar 2004 00:13

Just finished watching the Dhruv video. Boy did it look good or what. Truly impressed!! :cool:

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Yerna » 09 Mar 2004 05:13

That was A*W*E*S*O*M*E

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby rags » 09 Mar 2004 06:45

cy_baru,
can you plz post the file as a zip file. Can't download otherwise due to netwrok restrictions.

Thanks in advance

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Victor » 09 Mar 2004 06:45

Always thought BEML meant farming & mining. This gives the Earth Moving in BEML another meaning!
Bharath Earth Movers :eek: :eek:

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby Cybaru » 09 Mar 2004 08:50

Originally posted by Raghu:
cy_baru,
can you plz post the file as a zip file. Can't download otherwise due to netwrok restrictions.

Thanks in advance
http://chanakya.dyndns.org/articles/dh-L.mp4.gz

Try that.

Have fun...

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

Postby JaiS » 09 Mar 2004 13:08

Abhisham and cyrus, Thank You !

The Video was really good, I liked the night-time footage.

As a side note, if anybody out there does not have an MP4-codec/Quicktime you can download it directly (.zip) from this link if you have a Windows OS. Others with a different OS can download the codec from www.3ivx.com.

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

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Re: Asian Aerospace 2004

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It is a winch used in SAR operations.


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