The success of the first flight tests of the Turkish "Akinci B" twin-engine drone

The success of the first flight tests of the Turkish "Akinci B" twin-engine drone  The new Turkish drone "Akinci B", which has two engines of 750 horsepower each (a total of 1500 horsepower for the aircraft), has succeeded in its first flight tests, according to Haluk Bayraktar, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Baykar company that manufactures it.  Khaluk Bayraktar, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Turkish Baykar Defense Industries Company, announced that the new "Akinci B" drone has succeeded today in flight tests, pointing out that the drone has two engines of 750 horsepower each (a total of 1500 horsepower for the aircraft).  Bayraktar indicated in a tweet, accompanied by a video clip showing the success of the flight test of the "Akinji B" plane, that the company is currently preparing the "Akinji C" flight, which has two engines of 950 horsepower (a total of 1900 horsepower), to conduct the first flight tests soon.  Bayraktar also announced that his company had completed a deal to export its "Akinji" drones to two new countries.

The success of the first flight tests of the Turkish "Akinci B" twin-engine drone


The new Turkish drone "Akinci B", which has two engines of 750 horsepower each (a total of 1500 horsepower for the aircraft), has succeeded in its first flight tests, according to Haluk Bayraktar, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Baykar company that manufactures it.

Khaluk Bayraktar, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Turkish Baykar Defense Industries Company, announced that the new "Akinci B" drone has succeeded today in flight tests, pointing out that the drone has two engines of 750 horsepower each (a total of 1500 horsepower for the aircraft).

Bayraktar indicated in a tweet, accompanied by a video clip showing the success of the flight test of the "Akinji B" plane, that the company is currently preparing the "Akinji C" flight, which has two engines of 950 horsepower (a total of 1900 horsepower), to conduct the first flight tests soon.

Bayraktar also announced that his company had completed a deal to export its "Akinji" drones to two new countries.

After the Corona pandemic comes the war  Barcelona Mobile Fair is seeking to regain its former momentum. Various devices and themes BARCELONA (Spain) - The Barcelona Mobile Fair kicks off Monday in the Spanish city, where the sector will be on an important date with modern technologies, and event organizers hope to restore the momentum before the Corona pandemic, which affected all exhibitions, while fears increase about the economic consequences that the war may cause. circuit in Ukraine.  After the exhibition was canceled in 2020 and held in a limited edition in 2021, the 16th edition of the event is expected to represent a “complete return to the ecosystem” of the mobile sector, as promised by the International Association of Mobile Network Operators, which is the organizer of the exhibition.  It is expected that between forty and sixty thousand visitors and 1500 exhibitors will attend the exhibition, which is scheduled to be organized from the twenty-eighth of February to the third of next March. This event takes place in light of the world's focus on the ongoing war in Ukraine and sanctions against Russia.  On Friday, the organizers of the exhibition announced the absence of the Russian pavilion from the event, expressing in a statement their "strong condemnation of Russia's invasion of Ukraine" and "the commitment to implement all sanctions and government policies resulting from this situation."  Twelve companies were supposed to participate in the Russian pavilion in the event, which begins on Monday.  It is expected that between 40,000 and 60,000 visitors and 1,500 exhibitors will attend the exhibition, which is held from the end of February to the beginning of March  The Barcelona Mobile Exhibition was canceled at the last minute in 2020 due to the withdrawal of big names in the field of telecommunications, and the pandemic was not officially spreading in Europe at that time.  As for last year, the event was not absent, but it was held in a short version in June, in which participation was limited to twenty thousand people, while it was usually attended by about one hundred thousand participants.  Although this number is not expected to be reached in the next edition of the exhibition, 95 percent of the participants will “present in person,” according to the Director General of the International Association of Mobile Network Operators, Mats Granryd, who considered this return to normality “important” for the mobile phone industry.  In the past weeks, several large companies in the sector announced that they would not attend the exhibition, such as the Japanese company Sony, which was absent last year, the Taiwanese Asus, and the Chinese Lenovo, which will virtually participate in the event.  However, the number of companies withdrawing remained limited, as the global leader in smartphones Samsung confirmed its presence, as did Nokia, Ericsson, Google, Huawei, and Verizon. Companies such as Fujisto will be present for the first time at the fair.  Organizers are expected to attend 1,000 participants, including Nokia President Pekka Lundmark, Vodafone CEO Nick Read and T&A CEO Anna Chao, and about fifty ministers have confirmed their attendance.  The topics that are expected to be covered in the exhibition entitled “Connect without restrictions”, ranging from the boom of the fifth generation of communications to the opportunities offered by the Internet of Things, through to the world of Metaverse and the impact of technology on the environment.  Thumbnail The big companies plan to reveal a few of their innovations, as they have been introducing new products in the past weeks. However, it is expected that innovations related to cameras and mobile devices will be presented at the exhibition.  Forrester analyst Thomas Husson considers that the "vision of manufacturers positioning" in the smartphone market will be "interesting", especially in the face of "Huawei's setbacks" that are losing momentum as a result of sanctions imposed by the United States.  The exhibition allows to closely follow the issue of sanctions imposed on Moscow after its invasion of Ukraine, as Washington decided to limit technological exports to Russia, which could destabilize a market that is already under pressure due to a shortage of electronic chips.  “It is unlikely that the market for smartphones and other technological products will be affected by the crisis, given the economic and geopolitical importance of Russia and Ukraine,” says Marina Koicheva of CCS.  She adds that these two countries are major suppliers of raw materials used in the manufacture of components such as neon and palladium, which may have consequences for supply and production chains.  While there has been a decline for several years, the smart phone market rose by 5.7 percent last year, as 1.35 billion devices were sold worldwide, according to EDC, but the market has been facing logistical problems since the summer that affected the results of the fourth quarter of the year.

After the Corona pandemic comes the war

Barcelona Mobile Fair is seeking to regain its former momentum. Various devices and themes

BARCELONA (Spain) - The Barcelona Mobile Fair kicks off Monday in the Spanish city, where the sector will be on an important date with modern technologies, and event organizers hope to restore the momentum before the Corona pandemic, which affected all exhibitions, while fears increase about the economic consequences that the war may cause. circuit in Ukraine.

After the exhibition was canceled in 2020 and held in a limited edition in 2021, the 16th edition of the event is expected to represent a “complete return to the ecosystem” of the mobile sector, as promised by the International Association of Mobile Network Operators, which is the organizer of the exhibition.

It is expected that between forty and sixty thousand visitors and 1500 exhibitors will attend the exhibition, which is scheduled to be organized from the twenty-eighth of February to the third of next March. This event takes place in light of the world's focus on the ongoing war in Ukraine and sanctions against Russia.

On Friday, the organizers of the exhibition announced the absence of the Russian pavilion from the event, expressing in a statement their "strong condemnation of Russia's invasion of Ukraine" and "the commitment to implement all sanctions and government policies resulting from this situation."

Twelve companies were supposed to participate in the Russian pavilion in the event, which begins on Monday.

It is expected that between 40,000 and 60,000 visitors and 1,500 exhibitors will attend the exhibition, which is held from the end of February to the beginning of March

The Barcelona Mobile Exhibition was canceled at the last minute in 2020 due to the withdrawal of big names in the field of telecommunications, and the pandemic was not officially spreading in Europe at that time.

As for last year, the event was not absent, but it was held in a short version in June, in which participation was limited to twenty thousand people, while it was usually attended by about one hundred thousand participants.

Although this number is not expected to be reached in the next edition of the exhibition, 95 percent of the participants will “present in person,” according to the Director General of the International Association of Mobile Network Operators, Mats Granryd, who considered this return to normality “important” for the mobile phone industry.

In the past weeks, several large companies in the sector announced that they would not attend the exhibition, such as the Japanese company Sony, which was absent last year, the Taiwanese Asus, and the Chinese Lenovo, which will virtually participate in the event.

However, the number of companies withdrawing remained limited, as the global leader in smartphones Samsung confirmed its presence, as did Nokia, Ericsson, Google, Huawei, and Verizon. Companies such as Fujisto will be present for the first time at the fair.

Organizers are expected to attend 1,000 participants, including Nokia President Pekka Lundmark, Vodafone CEO Nick Read and T&A CEO Anna Chao, and about fifty ministers have confirmed their attendance.

The topics that are expected to be covered in the exhibition entitled “Connect without restrictions”, ranging from the boom of the fifth generation of communications to the opportunities offered by the Internet of Things, through to the world of Metaverse and the impact of technology on the environment.

Thumbnail
The big companies plan to reveal a few of their innovations, as they have been introducing new products in the past weeks. However, it is expected that innovations related to cameras and mobile devices will be presented at the exhibition.

Forrester analyst Thomas Husson considers that the "vision of manufacturers positioning" in the smartphone market will be "interesting", especially in the face of "Huawei's setbacks" that are losing momentum as a result of sanctions imposed by the United States.

The exhibition allows to closely follow the issue of sanctions imposed on Moscow after its invasion of Ukraine, as Washington decided to limit technological exports to Russia, which could destabilize a market that is already under pressure due to a shortage of electronic chips.

“It is unlikely that the market for smartphones and other technological products will be affected by the crisis, given the economic and geopolitical importance of Russia and Ukraine,” says Marina Koicheva of CCS.

She adds that these two countries are major suppliers of raw materials used in the manufacture of components such as neon and palladium, which may have consequences for supply and production chains.

While there has been a decline for several years, the smart phone market rose by 5.7 percent last year, as 1.35 billion devices were sold worldwide, according to EDC, but the market has been facing logistical problems since the summer that affected the results of the fourth quarter of the year.
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