Spy planes to recharge by clinging to power lines

Spy planes to recharge by clinging to power lines


By Paul Marks NEXT time you see something flapping in the breeze on an overhead power line, squint a little harder. It may not be an old pair of sneakers or a plastic bag. It could be a miniature aircraft in disguise, stealing power from the line to recharge its batteries. The US Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) in Dayton, Ohio, has come up with this bizarre idea in order to keep surveillance planes in the air for much longer than is possible today. Very small spy planes known as micro air vehicles (MAVs),
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