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British Army is testing tiny autonomous 'bug drones' that can fly in strong winds of 50mph and spy on enemies more than a mile away
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British Army is testing tiny autonomous ‘bug drones’ that can fly in strong winds of 50mph and spy on enemies more than a mile away – Daily Mail

Autonomous flying ‘bug drones’ that can spy on enemies more than a mile away and operate in strong winds of up to 50mph are being tested by the British Army. Developed by the British defence firms BAE Systems and UAVTEK, ‘The Bug’ is a fist-sized robot weighing just 6.7 ounces (191g) — roughly the same as a smart phone.

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BAE Systems collaborates to develop nano bug drone
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BAE Systems collaborates to develop nano bug drone – Aero-Mag

BAE Systems, in collaboration with UAVTEK, has developed a nano ‘bug’ drone, and delivered the first 30 units to the British Army, which has put it through its paces as part of a trial. The Bug is a nano-unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) weighing 196g – similar to the weight of a smartphone.

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