British Soldiers Use Palm-Sized Helicopter Drones For Surveillance
The UK Ministry of Defence has started to use Black Hornet Nano drones to help troops in Afghanistan.
British soldiers in Afghanistan have started using mini helicopter drones for surveillance. The ‘Black Hornet Nano’ measures only 10×2.5cm and weighs just 16g.
BBC News reports that it features a tiny camera and sends images and video to a handheld control terminal so the soldiers can see past obstacles and around corners.
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