Airborne Robots are nothing but Flying robots or unmanned aerial vehicles are already in use for a variety of assignments, such as police surveillance, perimeter observation, spraying crops, spotting forest fires before they get out of control, locating lost children, and by hobbyists. Flying robots with cameras allow law enforcement to assess dangerous situations before intervening or engineers to check on bridges and dams where human observation would be impractical. They might even be used to deliver pizzas.
Agriculture use-Sensors and digital imaging capabilities can give farmers a richer picture of their fields. Military use of airborne- To Target and decoy,Reconnaissance, Combat to providing attack capability for high-risk missions, Logistics. Research and development – improve UAV technologies. Civil and commercial UAVs – agriculture, aerial photography, data collection.
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