Latest military drones on display

Latest military drones on display

(15 Nov 2012) PAKISTAN DRONES
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Karachi – 8 November 2012.
1. Wide of Shahpar, an indigenously produced drone or Unmanned Armed Vehicle (UAV) , unveiled at the International Defence Exhibition and Seminar (IDEAS) 2012 held at Expo Centre.
2. Mid of international participant looking at Shahpar
3. Member of an international delegation taking a snapshot of Shahpar
4. Wide of Shahpar UAV as it is displayed during the IDEAS 2012 exhibition
5. Mid of the tail of the UAV Shahpar
6. Close of surveillance camera installed in Shahpar UAV
7. Wide of the wing span of Shahpar UAV with members of international delegation looking at the drone
8. Mid of members of foreign delegation
9. Cut away of GIDS or Global Industrial & Defence Solutions, a state-owned Pakistani company, that made the Shahpar UAV.
Karachi – 9 November 2012.
10. Wide of Mr Mahmud Ahmed Khan, Deputy Director General, GIDS, speaking to his colleagues at the GIDS stall
11. SOUNDBITE (English) Mr Mahmud Ahmed Khan, Deputy Director General, GIDS:
“(This is the) First time we are showcasing Shahpar UAV. (And this) Shahpar UAV has a range of, data-link range of, 250 kilometres ; and its endurance is 7 hours-plus.”
12. Wide of model of Uqab, a surveillance drone developed and produced by GIDS
13. Mid of Uqab model, a surveillance drone developed and produced by GIDS
14. Close of Uqab model, a surveillance drone developed and produced by GIDS
15. Wide of various UAVs on display inside the exhibition hall at the stall of Integrated Dynamics Pakistan, a private Pakistani company
16. Mid of UAVs at the Integrated Dynamics Pakistan stall
17. Close of UAVs at the Integrated Dynamics Pakistan stall
18. Mid of member of international delegation looking at a model of a UAV
19. Low angle of Pakistani flag, model of a UAV, and Integrated Dynamics Pakistan’s slogan ‘Drones for Peace’,
20. Close of Integrated Dynamics Pakistan’s slogan ‘Drones for Peace’
21. SOUNDBITE : (English) Mr. Raja Sabri Khan, Chief Executive, Integrated Dynamics Pakistan:
“We started 15 years (ago), developing drones using indigenous materials and technologies. Drones were still a bit of a black art at that time. But with the advent of micro-miniaturised sensors and light-weight surveillance cameras, they become smaller and smaller. And our focus now has gone towards civilian applications for drones: law enforcement, border security, flood control, search and rescue, and disaster management.”
22. Wide of Raja Sabri Khan showing his UAVs to members of Pakistani delegation
23. Top shot of various stalls with UAVs on display
24. Wide top shot of one of the six halls where the exhibition was held
25. Wide with tilt down of the stall of Chinese company, Aerospace Long-march International Trade (ALIT), with model of their latest drone on display
26. Mid of the model of ALIT’s latest drone, CH-4, which can carry four laser-guided missiles or bombs
27. Close of model of CH-4 drone or UAV
28. Cut-away of small flags Pakistan & China
29. Mid top shot of the Chinese area, showcasing various weapons and defence technology
30. Top shot with pan showcasing the various Chinese state-owned and private companies participating in the exhibition. The area was branded as ‘China Defence’
31. Wide of members of the Afghan delegation checking out a sniper rifle on a British company’s stall
32. Close of Afghan delegate mock-loading the sniper rifle and taking aim
33. Close of Afghan flag on the arm of the uniform of the Afghan delegate
34. Wide of the stall of Core Steel, the British company that makes the sniper rifle
48. Close of the tank’s name ‘Al-Zarrar’

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