Insect Spy Drones in Production

An insect spy drone is already in production according to various internet sources. This robotic insect can be controlled from a great distance and is equipped with a camera and a built-in microphone. It has the capability to fly remotely and lad on your skin, like a real mosquito, and use it’s super-micron sized needle to take your DNA smaple. All you feel is the pain of a mosquito bite (without the burning sensation and swelling of course) This device can also inject a micro RFID tracking device, right under your skin, without you feeling nothing more than a small bite.

(hoaxorfact.com) Is this a mosquito? No. It’s an insect spy drone for urban areas, already in production, funded by the US Government. It can be remotely controlled and is equipped with a camera and a microphone. It can land on you, and it may have the potential to take a DNA sample or leave RFID tracking nanotechnology on your skin. It can fly through an open window, or it can attach to your clothing until you take it in your home. The story comes with a picture claiming to show a Mosquito spy drone that can take photographs and DNA samples of people, and that it is funded by the U.S government for tracking people.

The next time you swat at a pesky mosquito or other insect buzzing around your head, you might want to take a second look.

The next time you swat at a pesky mosquito or other insect buzzing around your head, you might want to take a second look.

It is a fact that there are reports suggesting that research is going on to develop the MAV’s, i.e. Micro Air Vehicles in the form of tiny flying objects like a mosquito. The purpose of these MAVs is to be useful in scientific and military applications. The micro flying robot can have cameras, microphones and other sensors that can take pictures, videos and other useful scientific and biological information from people and places where humans (or the military) cannot reach.

This way the tiny flying robots can also be used as spies and weapons against enemies. The picture shown in the story is not a real robot mosquito drone, but simply one such proposed ‘prototype’ that may become reality in future, and perhaps they will also be able to take photographs and DNA samples of people. But as of now, these are only speculations, and not facts in practical.

A quote from RT America confirms the same: As early as in 2007 the US government was accused of secretly developing robotic insect spies when anti-war protesters in the US saw some flying objects similar to dragonflies or little helicopters hovering above them. No government agency has admitted to developing insect-size spy drones though some official and private organizations have admitted that they were trying.

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