Robotic bird fools its biological counterparts

06/5/2013 | Washington Times, The · Military.com

A robotic bird that flies like the real thing could prove a silent and subtle airborne-spy platform for future Army field missions. The Robo-Raven's in-air performance is so convincing that birds sometimes attempt to fly in formation with it, or even attack, according to these articles. The Robo-Raven's stealth qualities make it more suitable than helicopters for low-flying missions in hostile territory, according to Military.com.

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