Scarab Robot Flying Insect

A tiny flying robotic machine, used for surveillance. (Read the full article)

"Indeed, this sounds like the earliest description of what we would now call a "microtech drone" in science fiction. Possibly the first description of _any_ kind of drone as a recon device. The US Defense Department is working on things just like this, using fuel cells or tiny motors instead of beamed power."
(Jordan Bassior 9/28/2007 2:39:43 PM )

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