Which country is Best of high technology Country?
Correct me if I am wrong.
>GERMANY REAL HIGH TECH
Do the Germans even have a world class jet engine business like Rolls Royce?
Rolls Royce engines and turbines power the Airbus A380, the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the new USN Zumwalt Class cruisers, and British submarines, destroyers and aircraft carriers
I doubt it. I mean those lists are silly anyway - is Switzerland less high-tech than Germany because it does biochemical meditech stuff instead of muh engines? Are the USA less high-tech than Britain because they fatso-engineer the perfect nano-processed fast food that is a billion iterations removed from actual natural ingredients, instead of the British n-dimensional hyperqueue?
A most ignorant distinction imo
Oh, yes, and the Eurofighter Typhoon engines of course
If defence technology counts as high technology, well this should count for something
This. Little known fact; France is rated by many intelligence organisations as a higher risk than the Chinese in terms of industrial espionage.
Just goes to show you really can't trust non Anglos unfortunately. Particularly those slimy frogs.
Anglo countries invent the shit themselves, or else invite the inventors over here.
Inmarsat is IIRC the biggest provider of global satellite communications. .
>they fatso-engineer the perfect nano-processed fast food that is a billion iterations removed from actual natural ingredients, instead of the British n-dimensional hyperqueue?
Even your national broadcaster admits it Pierre. Face it, you're just as cheap and untrustworthy as the rest of the continentals.
>I'll post a link to prove my lies, I don't care what it really says
>"France is worse than China or Russia when it comes to stealing industrial secrets, the head of a German satellite company has been quoted"
Because the whole world is a german satellite company right? stupid filthy anglo.
You're right brother, we must be careful not to tell them too much. Shilling routine: deactivated. (for now)
Your own politicians are pissed at it. It's lost the German economy millions. It's more your problem than ours.
>steal our technology and projects
>complain when we sink them
It's either that or Alcatel Lucent giving away for free the patent for 3D printing that was owned by France.
Omg that fatfuck posts the same link.
this is why I don't respect anglos. They're either totally obsessed with France and will spout lies about it whenever they can or they're simply just too subhumans and that's why they were forced to leave europe.
That is an Iphone houmbre
Funny enough I was searching for a picture of a touchscreen phone, didn't think I found it, and then posted this one without knowing it was proof. Hahaha
Who else is trying to create new super villain tier weaponry besides the USA?
Sorry I didn't see the earlier post. I'd have given any other of the innumerable articles on the subject.
Here's a free google search. On me.
It's the same with the 5 Eyes, it's just that 5 Eyes can't be sued.
Germany actually tried to sue America over Echelon-industrial espionage once in the 90s or so, but of course the American judge basically went "PROOFS?" and dropped the thing, because oh wonder, the NSA wasn't ready to admit they'd done it, and without the NSA coming forward voluntarily to admit industrial espionage, the poor judges' hands were regrettably tied.
Of course we get spied on by basically everyone who has intelligence agencies.
Apple is the most popular phone brand in Japan.
Samsung is the most popular phone brand in South Korea.
Why have Japanese companies failed to have a corner on the (smartphone) market in their home country?
That gun is made by BAE Systems, a British company. Although an American company has made a similar railgun.
Also, yes the Royal Navy has plans to put laser weapons on its ships
Ramps only available for British customers
>Do they come with a ramp?
Of course ;)
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Interesting attempt, although it still lacks a mechanism to filter out those "trivial" patents that wouldn't be recognized by other respective countries because of a lack of invention depth (example: Apple's patent on "rounded edges"). Not sure if that is even possible though, still a nice infographic and way better methodology than many others.
i seriously doubt France is higher than germany in term of high technology seriously, maybe they are caring on south we don't know about like robot surgery or kind of shit, but in the dailylife i trust more german manufactures than french one.
>even when we're not in the thread we get bullied
I got no idea m8, they might be for all I know. Maybe a French guy makes the patent and a German corp sells the product, I have literally no idea how this would be controlled. Also what if an American working for Mercedes...oh nevermind really.