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Mosquito Drones
WTC7SMOKINGUN
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Mosquito Drones
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Reports indicate the US military has poured huge sums of money into surveillance drone miniaturization and is developing micro aircraft which now come in a swarm of bug-sized flying spies.


According to various internet sources, a team of researchers at the Johns Hopkins University in conjunction with the US Air Force Office of Scientific Research at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Arlington, Virginia, is helping develop what they are calling a micro aerial vehicle (MAV) that will undertake various espionage tasks.

The robotic insect can effortlessly infiltrate urban areas, where dense concentrations of buildings and people, along with unpredictable winds and other obstacles make it impractical.


It can be controlled from a great distance and is equipped with a camera and a built-in microphone.

The new device has the capability to land precisely on human skin, use its super-micron sized needle to take DNA samples and fly off again at speed. All people feel is the pain of a mosquito bite without the burning sensation and the swelling of course.

The hard-to-detect surveillance drone can also inject a micro radio frequency identification (RFID) tracking device right under skin, and can be used to inject toxins into enemies during wars.


As early as in 2007, the US government was accused of secretly developing robotic insect spies when anti-war protesters in the United States saw some flying objects similar to dragonflies or little helicopters hovering above them.

The US is not alone in miniaturizing drones that imitate nature: France, the Netherlands and Israel are also developing similar devices.

France has developed flapping wing bio-inspired micro drones. The Netherlands BioMAV (Biologically Inspired AI for Micro Aerial Vehicles) has also built Parrot AR drones.

Meanwhile, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has produced a butterfly-shaped drone, weighing just 20 grams, which can gather intelligence inside buildings.


The insect drone, with its 0.15-gram camera and memory card, is managed remotely with a special helmet. Putting on the helmet, the operator finds themselves in the “butterfly’s cockpit” and virtually sees what the butterfly sees in real time.
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/07/28/...py-drones/

Please note , this thing has a syringe !
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RE: Mosquito Drones
i believe a similar post was up a few weeks ago on these mini drones and if they do have them it is scary shit.
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RE: Mosquito Drones

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RE: Mosquito Drones
i would catch it and put it in a mason jar [Image: 87A4_5014711A.jpg]

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RE: Mosquito Drones
i dug out my electric flyswatter just in case
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RE: Mosquito Drones
Things like this must surely be possible.

....But I can't help being skeptical about photos like that. I think it wouldn't be so "obvious" like in that picture. I think if there are or will be insect drones such as these, you wouldn't be able to distinguish them. The downside of the internet is it being filled with so much disinformation, false claims, etc is even when something is true you just don't know. A picture doesn't mean anything anymore.Tissue
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RE: Mosquito Drones
FRIED_RICE  Wrote: (07-29-2012 01:09 AM)
i would catch it and put it in a mason jar link to image: http://imgupld.lunaticoutpost.com/graphi...14711A.jpg

until it self destructs.
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Bump Csmeqmmd
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Caseman1967
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The technology is here, no doubt. Thanks to the NDAA, totally authorized to spy on you.
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Blue Waffle
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RE: Mosquito Drones
The picture is of a russian artist's work. Turi Savelich...

http://www.lostateminor.com/2012/03/07/s...-savelich/

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Well be back !  Wrote: (07-29-2012 01:02 AM)
link to image: http://imgupld.lunaticoutpost.com/graphi...146E90.jpg

Reports indicate the US military has poured huge sums of money into surveillance drone miniaturization and is developing micro aircraft which now come in a swarm of bug-sized flying spies.


According to various internet sources, a team of researchers at the Johns Hopkins University in conjunction with the US Air Force Office of Scientific Research at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Arlington, Virginia, is helping develop what they are calling a micro aerial vehicle (MAV) that will undertake various espionage tasks.

The robotic insect can effortlessly infiltrate urban areas, where dense concentrations of buildings and people, along with unpredictable winds and other obstacles make it impractical.


It can be controlled from a great distance and is equipped with a camera and a built-in microphone.

The new device has the capability to land precisely on human skin, use its super-micron sized needle to take DNA samples and fly off again at speed. All people feel is the pain of a mosquito bite without the burning sensation and the swelling of course.

The hard-to-detect surveillance drone can also inject a micro radio frequency identification (RFID) tracking device right under skin, and can be used to inject toxins into enemies during wars.


As early as in 2007, the US government was accused of secretly developing robotic insect spies when anti-war protesters in the United States saw some flying objects similar to dragonflies or little helicopters hovering above them.

The US is not alone in miniaturizing drones that imitate nature: France, the Netherlands and Israel are also developing similar devices.

France has developed flapping wing bio-inspired micro drones. The Netherlands BioMAV (Biologically Inspired AI for Micro Aerial Vehicles) has also built Parrot AR drones.

Meanwhile, Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has produced a butterfly-shaped drone, weighing just 20 grams, which can gather intelligence inside buildings.


The insect drone, with its 0.15-gram camera and memory card, is managed remotely with a special helmet. Putting on the helmet, the operator finds themselves in the “butterfly’s cockpit” and virtually sees what the butterfly sees in real time.
http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2012/07/28/...py-drones/

Please note , this thing has a syringe !
yep, that's exactly what I saw and posted about a few weeks ago. It was flying in my Back Yard, it went towards a tree but instead of going around it or into it it got near and just shot straight up super fast and was gone.
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RE: Mosquito Drones
Blue Waffle  Wrote: (07-29-2012 01:52 PM)
The picture is of a russian artist's work. Turi Savelich...

http://www.lostateminor.com/2012/03/07/s...-savelich/

It is vapour ware and the technology doesn't exist for this device to work.
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TINY flying machines with “insect wings” could become reality thanks to pioneering research being carried out in Oxford.

Experts believe the devices, once fitted with cameras, could have a range of uses from military surveillance to adding an extra dimension to television coverage of sport.

A team led by Dr Richard Bomphrey of Oxford University’s Department of Zoology is carrying out studies of insects’ behaviour and combining their findings with micro-engineering in a bid to bring the technology to life.

The key is mastering a flapping mechanism for the wings that will give the machine thrust and lift, cutting the need for a large engine and allowing machines to be much smaller than current unman-ned surveillance aircraft.

Dr Bomphrey said: “Tiny flying machines could provide the perfect way of exploring all kinds of dark, dangerous and dirty places.”

http://articlechase.com/Oxford-Researche...nsects.php

They be getting much smaller... this was listed at my site last year.

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