Drones are drones that can fly around and can be used for specific tasks. Drones are used for photography and video from above. Some are used to perform scientific or technical measurements. Some carry weapons and are used as combat tools. There are also some used for shipping goods and mailing between places. Drones are the latest development with tools for installation and repair.
The basic technology of drones includes some kind of power unit, some kind of propulsion mechanism, some kind of steering mechanism, some kind of sensor for recognizing position and path, and a transceiver that sends and receives signals for turning and recording. You can find drones of various shapes on large planes, as well as all kinds of fancy shapes, such as oval airships, disks, triangles, donuts, stars, or can be like big insects or birds.
Small or light drones are usually driven by a propeller, which is connected to a battery-powered electric motor. Stably, more people produce very light drones, powered by solar panels, which can in principle fly for several weeks in the air. Some drones keep the air high through lighters, just like airships, which also allow them to stay in the air for a long time. Larger or heavier drones are powered primarily by some internal combustion engine, such as a piston engine, turboprop, or turbojet.
It is also possible to build nuclear-powered drones that can stay in the air for days or weeks, especially if they are partially manufactured as inflatable airships. Such a nuclear power source need not be a so-called atomic reactor. The energy source can be a special isotope that is intensely radiated to generate enough heat to power the drone. Some of these isotopes mainly emit alpha or beta rays, which can be shielded without the need for heavy armor.
Since the use of most drones is secret, or only publicly announced, it is difficult to fully describe the scope and personnel of drones, but according to official news, news, and scientific articles, people have A pretty clear understanding of the commercials of drone manufacturers and the stories of people's contact with drones in use.
Most drones may have been used by civil administration and property owners for various forms of home surveillance, such as border control, road traffic surveillance, wildfire detection, aerial photography, geographic mapping, pipeline control, grid control, and crowd behavior monitoring. Drones are increasingly used to convey the point of view of sports championships. The use of drones by police to detect and investigate crimes also appears to involve drones directly monitoring private citizens in their homes.
The military has long used drones to monitor foreign territories and theaters. The use of small tactical drones to transport bombs, launch missiles and carry out artillery bombardment is old, but increasingly important. By 2014, such drones had been widely used to monitor terrorist bases, bombard such bases and kill individuals suspected of terrorism. The RQ-4 Global Hauk is a classic surveillance drone for the military and civil service. Northrop Grumman's MQ-8 [A, B, and C] fire reconnaissance aircraft are examples of small reconnaissance drones used in local operations. Ships or land-based formations.
Compared to bombers, larger long-range drones are used to monitor and destroy ground and maritime targets. The most famous examples are the Atomics MQ-1 Predator, the Atomics MQ-9 Reaper capable of carrying heavier weapons and the more advanced stealth jet combat drone Atomics Avenger. The Isreeli Eitan UAV is a large remote surveillance and ground combat drone capable of maintaining high altitude flight for 70 hours.
So far, effective laser guns have been invented. At least in experimental versions, by 2014, drones armed with laser guns may become a reality, but these drones must have a certain size because the laser needs to be powered by a turbine Engine driven large generator.
However, by 2014, the technical control mechanism may not be so advanced that people can already build fully reliable supersonic drones with fighter capabilities. Unmanned supersonic stealth fighters have been built for some time and have been testing for a long time until 2014. Among these Northrop Grumman stealth bombers, the x47B will be deployed in field tests of aircraft carriers by 2014.
British company BAE is developing a stealth supersonic fighter bomber in a project called Taranis. French producer Dessault and other European participants are working on a similar project called nEUROn. Both projects have produced experimental versions that will be tested in 2014. There is speculation that the sixth-generation fighter will be unmanned and can carry people or be used as a drone, depending on the choice. Lockheed Martin's Skunk Factory and Boeing's Phantom Factory are leading developers of US combat vehicles, including drones.
The available information seems to indicate that Lockheed Martin is developing an unmanned fighter that uses the same technology as the F35B stealth, vertical takeoff and landing, and supersonic fighters, and they are also developing hypersonic unmanned reconnaissance aircraft flying at high altitude . . Logically, this supersonic aircraft will also be capable of bombing.
Drones that mimic birds or other small animals have been developed and can be used to spy, shoot, or inject poison into a target. There are rumors that some authorities are already using such drones. There are rumors that even spies and attack drones that are similar in shape and size to insects are being developed. Maybe microtechnology hasn't evolved to the point where such drones can be made, but the physical possibilities of making such drones are there.
The U.S. plans to make airship-powered, solar-powered drones permanently placed above the atmosphere for surveillance. This drone can be lowered to a lower altitude to avoid clouds and patrol a certain area, which is impossible for artificial satellites. But for a long time, high-altitude flying drones powered by nuclear energy may have been operating at high altitude for days or weeks. Some observations of the UFO seemed to point in that direction.
One might ask how often drones are seen flying or being used by 2014. Sometimes people see flying objects that are clearly considered drones. In most cases, it is difficult to determine what you see. By 2014, most UFO reports may have been caused by drones.
Since at least larger drones are comparable to other air vehicles, they have to keep lanterns and other ways to warn of the possibility of a collision, but since government-operated drones often want to keep flight secrets, this is why A lantern-like lantern may only be lit when there is other traffic nearby, or when the operator wishes to make visual contact. This intermittent glow is typical of many classic UFO sightings.
Similarly, drone flight modes used for surveillance and investigation will mimic those seen by subjects in UFO reports: sometimes they fly at different speeds, forewords, sometimes they stop and just hover, and they often change direction They will come from above, do some actions near the ground, and then fly.
Similarly, the light shot by the drone can also be used to illuminate objects that are usually on the ground for image recording, which can also be seen in the classic UFO story. In addition, many drones are shaped like classic UFOs. In addition, drones only emit very little noise, which is also a feature of so-called UFOs.