Indian Cyborgs or Portable Mini & Micro Unmanned Air Vehicle

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    Indx TechStyle Perfaarmance Naarmal Senior Member

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    Developed under National Program on MICro Air Vehicle (NPMICAV), the main difference between them and regular UAVs is that these are alive.:biggrin2:
    @sayareakd @Chinmoy @Akask kumar
    pakis do troll us over catching their kabootar even till today, this one can give a real punch.
     
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    Small wonder: Bug warriors
    Indian scientists are turning beetles into cyborgs for warfare
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    Some of these drones could even pass off as birds because of their flapping wings

    Science fiction?
     
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    Great BRO Great Long Live Bharat
     
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    Donno about hi-tech stuff, but may be bees can used in COIN ops.

    How about releasing a compound Which simulates an aggrieved queen bee into the room where tango is expected to be. Release the bees into the house. That gotta sting a little bit.

    We know bees react violently when their queen bee is in distress.
     
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