BAE Systems Bug Nano Drone

British Army reveals stealthy new ‘bug drones’ that can spy on enemies 2km away – and fly through heavy winds – The Sun

A NEXT-GEN “mini drone” that can fly through heavy winds has been snapped up by the British Army. The tiny spy drone has been named the “Bug” – and can spy on enemies up to 2km away. Built by British firm BAE Systems, the Bug weighs just under 200g and is small enough to sit on a palm.

Read our article from The Sun below with a link to the full article that can be found at the bottom of this post.
A NEXT-GEN “mini drone” that can fly through heavy winds has been snapped up by the British Army.

The tiny spy drone has been named the “Bug” – and can spy on enemies up to 2km away.
Built by British firm BAE Systems, the Bug weighs just under 200g and is small enough to sit on a palm.

That’s a similar weight to an average smartphone.
But it’s a mean machine, capable of flying for 40 minutes while recording and live-streaming footage.

It means British soldiers can get a heads-up on enemy movements and fortifications without alerting the other side.
According to BAE, the Bug drone is capable of flying in winds of up to 50mph…….

Read the full article from The Sun: https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/13598589/british-army-bug-drones-bae-spy/
Image Credit – BAE Systems

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