A drone is a remote controlled unmanned aerial vehicle that can also be used for specific work in addition to just flying ability. UAVs are used to record photographs and video from above. Some are used for scientific or technical measurements. Some are weapons and used as weapons. Other things are used to carry cargo and mail between places. The latest development is UAVs that carry installation and repair tools.
The basic drone technology consists of some kind of power plant, some propulsion mechanism, some steering mechanism, some sensors that identify a place and path and a transmitter and receiver unit for transmitting and receiving steering and recording signals. UAVs are available in all shapes that you can find in larger aircraft, and in all kinds of Exotic forms, such as prolonged airships, disks, triangles, donuts, stars or can resemble large insects or birds.
Small or light UAVs are usually driven by propellers connected to battery powered electric motors. Regularly one produces very light UAVs, powered by solar panels, which can fly in the air for several weeks in principle. Some UAVs are held above the air by the gas gas lighter, such as idlers, which also allows the UAV to be able to hold itself in the air for a long time. Larger or heavier UAVs are mostly operated by combustion engines of some kind, such as piston engines, turboprop engines or turbo-jet engines.
It is also possible to build nuclear-powered drones that can stay for days or weeks, especially if those drones are partially manufactured as gas-filled wastewaters. Such nuclear power sources should not be considered atomic reactors. The energy source can be special isotopes that radiate intensely and thus generate enough heat to propel the drone. Some of these isotopes emit mostly alpha or beta rays that can be protected without heavy armor.
Because most UAV uses are kept secret or just not publicly announced, it is difficult to give a full description of their scope and who uses them, but it does provide a fairly clear picture based on official sources, journalistic and scientific articles, drone manufacturers' advertisements, and stories of people coming into contact with UAVs used.
Most UAVs are probably used by civilian authorities and property owners for various types of home surveillance, such as border control, road traffic tracking, wildfire detection, aerial photography, geographic mapping, pipeline control, power grid control and audience behavior. "Tim is more and more used to deliver views at sports championships. Police forces use drones to detect and investigate crimes, a practice that also appears to involve the direct spying of drones on private citizens in their home.
Military forces have long used UAVs to track foreign territory and combat zones. The use of small tactical UAVs to deliver bombs, missile launches, and shootings is old, but is of constant importance. By 2014, such drones have been widely used to investigate terrorist bases, bomb such bases and kill people suspected of terrorism. A classic surveillance drone used for both military and military functions is the Global Hauk RQ-4. MQ-8 (A, B and C) are examples of the smaller surveillance drones used in local operations and obtained from small vessels or dry bands.
Larger long-range drones, similar to bomber aircraft, are used for both tracking and destruction of ground-level targets and at sea. A more advanced fighter jet than an airplane. A solid Israeli drone is a large UAV and long range fighter range, capable of keeping itself above 70 hours.
Effective laser guns have been invented to date, and laser-drone-armed drones are likely to be a reality by 2014, at least in experimental versions, but these drones must be in some degree because the laser needs a large turbine-powered power generator.
However, the technical control mechanisms are probably not so advanced by 2014 that it has been able to build fully reliable super-sonic UAVs with fighter jets capabilities. However, unmanned supernatural stealth jets have been under construction for some time and 2014 has long been flown to the test, and among those bombers fired by North America's Rup-Grumman x47B is close to deploying realistic tests of aircraft carrier combat operations by 2014.
British company BAE is developing a super-son stealth drone blast in a project called Ternis. French producer Desult along with other European participants are working on a similar project, called nEUROn. Both projects will produce experimental versions that are airborne for testing by 2014. There is speculation that the sixties generations of aircraft The battle will be either unmanned or can be manned or as drones depending on the choice. Lockheed-Martin Skunk Works and Boeing Corporation Phantom Works are the U.S. leaders in combat vehicles, including unmanned aerial vehicles.
Available information probably indicates that Lahid Martin is developing unmanned fighter jets that use much of the same technology as the super-vertical fighter plane, F35B, super fighter, and that they also develop a hippie-high unmanned spy aircraft. . It makes sense to think that this hypersonic plane will also get bombing capabilities.
UAVs that mimic birds or other small animals have been developed and can be used for spying, shooting or injecting poison at targets. There are rumors that such UAVs are already being used by some authority units. Rumors can tell that even developed and folding drones similar to insects in shape and size are being developed. Apparently, micro-technology has not yet reached the point where such drones can be made, but the physical possibility of producing such drones exists.
The United States plans to allow drones to be manufactured and powered by solar panels to be permanently placed in the upper regions of the atmosphere. Such drones can be lowered to avoid clouds and toured the area, which is impossible to do with satellites. However, high-altitude flying drones operating for days or weeks, powered by nuclear energy, have long been used. UFO sightings seem to be pointing in that direction.
You can ask how often people see drones in flight or use by 2014. Of course, there are no statistics on it. Sometimes people see flying objects that they obviously sell as drones. It will usually be difficult to decide what looks like. Most UFO reports by 2014 are likely caused by drones.
Because at least larger UAVs are similar to other air traffic, they are obliged to keep headlights and other means to warn of a collision, but because government instances that operate UAVs usually want to keep the flight secret, such headlights may only be lit when other traffic is present In the neighborhood, or when operators want a visual connection. This type of intermittent light emission is typical of many classic UFO sightings.
The UAV flight pattern used for surveillance and interrogation will also mimic the pattern seen by objects in UFO reports: Sometimes they fly forward at different speeds, sometimes they stop and just hover, they often change direction, they will come from the top, do some maneuvers nearby The ground then flies up and away.
UAV lights can also be used to illuminate targets, usually in the field, for the purpose of recording images, which are also seen in classic UFO stories. Many UAVs also have the shape of a classic UFO. Moreover, drones will make little noise, the feature Also known as UFOs.