Sunday, July 17, 2011

UAV




IS IT a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a UAV – that’s an Unmanned Airborne Vehicle, or drone, as they are better known, and widely associated with military operations in conflict zones such as Afghanistan.
Thankfully, when one was deployed above Elie beach recently it was armed with a camera and not bombs and was capturing striking images of a giant sand artwork – part of the East Neuk Festival – rather than enemy installations.
The Manta UAV is a flying wing, with no nose or tail, measuring around 165cms. It is made mostly of foam, with no undercarriage, and weighs in at just two kilos.

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