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Years ago when the first version of unmanned air vehicle – air balloons – were used to carry explosives for the military purpose who would have thought that it will turn into technology which will shake up the whole market and become widely used in the commercial and military market.  “Drone” and “UAV” are the modern names of the first unmanned aerial technology, which undoubtedly have become a part of our daily vocabulary.
Forest fires have become a global problem and every year more and more territories burn. Wildfires are classified by the Environmental Protection Agency as natural disasters, but only ten to 15 percent of wildfires occur on their own in nature. The other 85 to 90 percent result from human causes, including unattended camp and debris fires, discarded cigarettes, and arson.
There is a new record in Ukraine! On the 6th of September, representatives of the National Records Registry of Ukraine submitted to their official documents a new domestic achievement, which was demonstrated by the unmanned aerial complex Raybird-3 of the Aviation Production Company “Skyeton”. The drone was flying for a maximum duration in the sky. The result was convincing.
Pipeline product theft has become a common problem for different countries, both oil-producing and non-oil producing one. It won’t be an exaggeration to say that illicit hydrocarbons activities are a significant threat to global stability and security. High records of smuggling are seen in Africa, Asia, South America, even – The European Union.

The preservation of African megafauna is a serious task, difficult through politics fluctuations, monetary trouble, and also an increasing international desire for illegal wild animal items. In spite of serious initiatives by a large number of conservationists, ecologists, and local persons, lots of the amazing and charming varieties of sub-Saharan Africa are decreasing. Long range UAV like Raybird 3 can cover large places with a radius on thousands of acres/km and link back video in a short time (within a small period of time and may ray returning live video transmitting).


We think it is a big step for unmanned aerial vehicles. It is approximately 7,300 kilometers between the Pacific coast of Japan and Silicon Valley in the USA which used to be considered almost impossible for UAV a few years ago. This challenge will give a massive push for companies who want to introduce their new projects and develop a number of innovative technologies.

On October 10th the Wall Street Journal reported that the Drone Advisory Committee (DAC) created by the FAA, failed to reach a consensus on how civilian drones should be tracked by authorities. It is a vital problem because in our time UAVs becoming more and more popular for any sorts of tasks across nearly every industry.

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