Drones are commonly known by the name of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), and represent aircraft that operate without the need of placing a pilot on board. At this moment in time, UAVs have the possibility of operating at various level of autonomy, with some being fully independent whereas others require the presence of a human, in a control room, to remotely pilot the aircraft.
It’s worth keeping in mind the fact that military drones are mostly used in missions that are considered too dull or dangerous for humans to take part in. Drones originated via military applications, yet they have quickly evolved and are now used for other purposes such as commercial, recreational and scientific work.
During the last couple of years, the United States alongside with other nations of the world have been trying their best to develop UAV technology and come up with deadlier and more capable drones. In today’s article, we’ll talk about 10 of the world’s deadliest drones, their technology, what weapons they carry, how they operate and the damage that they are capable of causing.