Drones and their use by public and private bodies

An unmanned aerial vehicle is a remote controlled unmanned aerial vehicle that can also be used for specific operations, except that it can simply fly. Drones are used for photo and video shooting from above. Some are used for scientific or technical measurements. Some carry weapons and are used as combat tools. Still others are used to carry goods and posts between places. The latest developments are drones that carry tools for installation and repair.

The basic technology in the drone consists of some power plant, some drive mechanism, some steering mechanism, some sensors for recognizing the place and path and the sender-receiver unit for transmitting and receiving signals for control and recording. Drones are found in all forms that can be found in large aircraft, as well as in all kinds of exotic forms, such as oblong airships, discs, triangles, donuts, stars, or may resemble large insects or birds.

Small or light drones are typically driven by screws connected to battery-powered electric motors. Constantly more than one produces very light drones powered by solar panels that can fly in the air for weeks. Some drones are held in the air by lighter gas ignition, such as air, which also allows the drones to stay in the air for a long time. Higher or heavier drones generally operate from some combustion engine, such as piston, turbojet or turbojet engines.

You can also design drones powered by nuclear energy that can be in the air for days or weeks, especially if these drones are partially made of gas-filled burrs. Such nuclear energy sources should not be considered as nuclear reactors. Special isotopes can be generated from the energy source, which are highly emitting and thus produce enough heat to feed the drone. Some of these isotopes emit mainly alpha or beta rays that can be protected without heavy shells.

Since most drone applications are secret or simply not publicly disclosed, it is difficult to give a complete picture of the extent of their use and of those who use them, but based on official sources, journalistic and scientific articles from & # 39; and stories about people who interact with the drones that are in use.

Most drones are likely to be used by civilians and property owners for home surveillance of all kinds, such as border control, traffic surveillance, fire detection, air photography, geographic mapping, pipeline control, electrical network monitoring and behavior monitoring. Drones are constantly used to convey views of sports championships. Police forces use drones to detect and investigate crimes, a practice that also involves the direct spying of drones on private citizens in their homes.

Military forces have long been using drones to monitor foreign territories and war zones. The use of small tactical drones to deliver bombs, launch missiles and firing is old, but it is becoming increasingly important. Until 2014, such drones are widely used to investigate terrorist bases, to bomb such bases and to kill suspected terrorists. The classic drone used for both military and shelter facilities is the global Hauk RQ-4. Small Northrop-Grumman MQ-8 UAVs (A, B, and C) fire reconnaissances are examples of smaller combat drones used in local operations and launched from small ships or from ground corpses.

Long-range drones, in comparison to bomber aircraft, are used for both surveillance and destruction of targets at ground and sea level. Well-known examples of this are the Atomics MQ-1 Predator, an Atomics MQ-9 header capable of carrying heavier weapons loads and an even more sophisticated Atomics Avenger unmanned drone. The Isreli Eitan drone is a large long range surveillance and ground combat drone capable of keeping itself aloft for 70 hours.

Effective laser guns have been invented to date, and drones armed with laser guns are likely to be a reality by 2014, at least in experimental versions, but these drones need to be a certain size since the laser requires a large power generator driven by a turbine.

However, by 2014, the technical controls are probably not so sophisticated that it was possible to design fully reliable supersonic drones with fighter capabilities. However, unmanned supersonic fighters have been in the works for some time, and they have been tested for 2014 by 2014. By 2014, the x47B had been deployed from these Stelt-Grümman northern bombers to be deployed for realistic testing of aircraft carrier combat operations.

BAE is developing a hidden supersonic fighter drone in a project called Taranis. The French producer Dessault, together with other European actors, is working on a similar project called nEUROn. Both projects have produced pilot versions, which departed for testing by 2014. There are speculations that the 6th generation of fighter jets will be unmanned or can be manned or drone, depending on the choice. Lockheed-Martin Skunk Works and Boeing Corporation Phantom Works are the leading American developers of combat vehicles, including drones.

The information available indicates that Lockheed Martin is developing unmanned combat aircraft that use much of the same technology as the covert, vertical takeoff and landing F35B, a supersonic fighter, and that they are also developing a high-flying hypersonic unmanned spy plane. . It is logical to think that this hypersonic aircraft will also receive bombing capabilities.

Drones that simulate birds or other small animals have been designed and can be used for spying, shooting or poisoning purposes. It is rumored that such drones are already in use by some authorities. Rumors can tell that even spy and attack drones are being developed that resemble insects in shape and size. Probably, microtechnology has not yet gone so far as to make such drones, but there is a physical possibility of manufacturing such drones.

The US plans to allow solar-powered drones to be permanently housed in the upper atmosphere for surveillance. Such drones can be built at a lower altitude to avoid clouds and patrol areas that cannot be done with satellites. But perhaps high flying drones, which have been operating in the air for days or weeks, are powered by nuclear energy, have been used since ancient times. Some UFO sightings seem to point in this direction.

You can ask how often people see drones in flight or in use until 2014. Of course, there are no statistics about this. Sometimes people see flying objects that are clearly recognized by drones. Most often it will be difficult to determine what you have seen. Most UFO reports by 2014 are probably caused by drones.

Since at least larger drones can be compared to other airlines, they are obliged to keep lanterns and other means to prevent collisions, but since unmanned augers tend to want to keep a secret flight, such lanterns may be lit. only when other traffic is nearby or when operators want visual contact. This type of intermittent light is characteristic of many classic UFO sightings.

Also, the drones used for surveillance and investigation will mimic the image seen by objects in UFO reports: Sometimes they fly at different speeds, sometimes stop and just hover, they will often change direction from where they will come. maneuver near the ground, then fly up and forward.

Drone lights can also be used to illuminate targets, often on the ground, to record images, which is also seen in classic UFO stories. Many drones also have a shape similar to the classic UFO. In addition, drones will emit only a small noise, which is also typical of so-called UFOs.