Microdrones: Drones of Tomorrow

As technology has advanced, scientists have decoded many of nature’s secrets. And engineers have developed the first flying, insect-inspired vehicles, opening the door to an entirely new class of machine: the microdrone.  Read more here

In the ongoing quest to shrink drones, engineers have built a flying robot so small it can sit in the palm of your hand. But don’t let its size fool you—these intelligent nanoquadrotors are far smarter than any drone we’ve seen so far. Micro-robotic technology is a rapidly growing area of exploration, and one in which the Defense Department is eager to delve into. The government is pouring money into researching and developing artificially intelligent swarming robots, and the looming question is whether this cutting-edge technology will be used for good, or bring about a dystopian future of smart and lethal machines that could be used against humans. Read more here

These insect-like drones are high-tech surveillance tools that could be used by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). In June of 2011, the US military admitted to having drone technology so sophisticated that it could be the size of a bug.- See more at:

The concerns regarding these micro-drones are real and valid. It is hoped that the use of these will not be abused at all.

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These insect-like drones are high-tech surveillance tools that could be used by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

In June of 2011, the US military admitted to having drone technology so sophisticated that it could be the size of a bug.

– See more at: http://www.occupycorporatism.com/home/next-gen-insect-drones-built-navigate-urban-cities/#sthash.ArsNnE3k.dpuf

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