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Drone footage captures lorry blaze that led to road closure
A spokeswoman said the lorry had caught fire around one mile west of Drymen, near Stirling. The road was closed in both directions from 3.30pm for around two hours.
An English return for the watchmakers
Back in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, Britain was at the forefront of the science and engineering of watchmaking and the measurement of time.
Risers & Fallers: Herencia Resources, Circle Oil, Poundland...
Altitude Group PLC (LON:ALT) up 36% to 14.5p. The Company is currently in early stage discussions over the sale of its exhibition and publications business, the completion of which would result in Altitude focusing entirely on the technology business.
The necessity of invention
Van Zanten could probably be called the father of vehicle autonomy, although it's a title he shies away from; and as a lifelong proponent of 'defensive driving', his own use of his invention has probably been minimal, in a stark contrast to the high ...
January 1941: The first flight of the Lancaster bomber
To celebrate our 160th anniversary here at Engineer Towers we're looking to showcase the magazine's archive, exploring its depths in greater detail than ever before.
Lufthansa plane in near miss with THREE drones during Spanish airport landing ...
A pilot flying a packed passenger plane was forced to take "evasive" action to dodge THREE drones as he attempted to land at a Spanish airport.
This superjet tech will one day fly you from London to Sydney in two hours
At the Woomera Testing Range, they were able to send an experimental scramjet attached to a rocket booster to an altitude of 278 kilometres with a top speed of Mach 7.5 - more than seven times the speed of sound.
Interview: Jean Botti, Chief Technology Officer, Airbus
Perlan, for example, is an atmospheric research project involving the development of a glider designed to fly at an altitude of 90,000ft. “We are looking at the prospect for supersonic passenger flight, and those aircraft will certainly fly at that ...
UK tech startup claims “world first” with air traffic control system for drones
Cloud based software that offers real-time air traffic control for drones, could help address the growing safety concerns prompted by recent “near-misses” its developers have claimed.
Airbus to build solar powered pseudo-satellites for Ministry of Defence
... be used, although November 2015's Strategic Defence and Security Review does make reference to the procurement of advanced communications equipment for Britain's special forces, including investment in advanced high-altitude surveillance aircraft.