FLIR Adds Capability To Black Hornet Nano-UAV

The hand-launched Black Hornet 3 can fly for up to 25 min. over ranges up to 2 km.
Credit: FLIR Systems
Weighing just 33 grams and launched by hand to scout ahead of soldiers on foot, FLIR Systems’ Black Hornet 3 unmanned aircraft is now able to autonomously retrace its steps and re-establish contact with its operator if it loses GPS or communications while reconnoitering the inside of a building. The...

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