Honeywell's Hovering UAV

Nov. 16, 2008
This little hovering UAV designed by engineers at Honeywell Defense & Aerospace sounds like a leaf blower.
This little hovering UAV designed by engineers at Honeywell Defense & Aerospace sounds like a leaf blower. But it is actually a key development for Darpa that lets troops see around street corners and over obstacles. Machine Design Editor Leland Teschler interviews members of the design team who describe their thought process in devising the innovative craft.

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