Tactical UAV or serious toy spy plane? Keep up withâ€”and keep tabs onâ€”the Joneses
By Eric AdamsPosted 03.09.2006 at 2:00 am 1 Comment
It takes two sets of wings to Tango-this unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) from Draganfly Innovations uses tandem front and rear wings pitched in opposite directions (front set up, rear set down) to significantly increase its stability in the air, which makes it easier to control. Available as either a remote-controlled UAV or a fully autonomous drone, the fiberglass Tango uses a camera [A] in its underbelly and a 2.4-gigahertz radio antenna to send TV-quality live video to your computer.