Featured Image

FLIR Black Hornet Personal Reconnaissance System

Posted By

Feb 4, 2019

Category: Tech

The U.S. Army just picked up a revolutionary nano unmanned aerial vehicle for their utility belt to gives soldiers a third eye in battle. FLIR’s Black Hornet Personal Reconnaissance System is a palm-sized silent drone ready to save American lives.

The Black Hornet PRS provides a soldier with visual awareness day or night up to a distance of 1.24 miles. The 6.6-inch mini-drone flies at a maximum speed of 13.52 mph, acting as a watchful eye in the sky for nearly half an hour, transmitting photos and live HD video back to home base. It will be used to stealthily scan for threats, as soldiers can let it fly independently or control the flight themselves. The compact pocket helicopter can withstand winds up to 15 knots, as well as light rain, so it won’t be swept away when the elements come into play. The Black Hornet will give U.S. soldiers the edge they need to prevail on the modern battlefield.

Learn More: Here

More From Tech

Thumbnail

G-SHOCK’s Rugged GBD800 Is Built For Athletes

Analyze your fitness data with the comprehensive Connected app.

Posted By Mike Bitanga

Partner
Thumbnail

Conquer The Outdoors With STNGR's Shatterproof Alpine Sunglasses

Boasting durable materials, certified strength, and innovative design.

Posted By Chris West

Partner
Featured Image

Samsung’s The Wall Luxury Is A Gargantuan 292-Inch 8K TV

A customizable MicroLED centerpiece for your home entertainment system.

Posted By

Jun 14, 2019

Featured Image

Konami Jumps Into Retro Gaming With The Turbografx-16 Mini Console

HDMI-compatible device loaded with your favorite old-school video games.

Posted By

Jun 14, 2019

Featured Image

You Can Now Design A Custom Livery For Your Favorite Porsche

Second Skin adds a personal touch to the legendary sports cars.

Posted By

Jun 13, 2019

Featured Image

Learn To Code With DJI’s AI-Powered Battle Tank Drone

STEM learning kit from the masters of consumer robotics.

Posted By

Jun 13, 2019