Silent Falcon carries the FalconVision imaging suite
Silent Falcon has a flight endurance of up to 14 hours
Silent Falcon captures solar power from thin film panels mounted on the wings
Silent Falcon is man-portable and can be launched by hand
Silent Falcon's construction is modular with interchangeable wings
UAVs have become increasingly common in everything from carrying out missile strikes against terrorists to helping map archaeological sites. They come in all sizes from jet-powered behemoths to ones so small that they can sit in your hand. On Monday, Silent Falcon UAS Technologies of Alburquerque, New Mexico rolled out the latest in the small UAV class with the unveiling of its solar-powered Silent Falcon at the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) conference in Las Vegas.
« Back to Solar-powered Silent Falcon UAV unveiled
Other Images from this Gallery