BAE systems is the world’s biggest defence contractor and the makers of the BAE super bee.
It has a history of building weapons and equipment, and has been linked to the deaths of civilians and contractors in conflict zones in Africa.
Here is our pick of the best BAE drones, drones that are just a bit different, and drones that you will want to keep an eye on.
Bee decor A drone with a lot of bells and whistles.
Bee decor, as its also known, is an unmanned aerial vehicle that looks like a bee with the eyes of a bee and the antennae of a hummingbird.
It’s a tiny, light, four-rotor drone with the wingspan of a small plane.
It is the second-smallest drone in the world, but has the most powerful engines of any drone in this category, and can carry a payload of up to 12kg.
Bae’s Bee Drones Bee DPs are designed to deliver weapons to targets, while Bee DMs can carry the payload themselves.
The drone can fly at up to 400km/h and can reach speeds of up 70km/hr.
A drone with four propellers and a camera.
A drone without propellers can be armed with small bombs or missiles, but the Bee Ds are the first to be equipped with cameras.
What is it and where is it?
The Bee D3 drone has a wing-mounted camera that can take high-resolution pictures and videos, and a pair of wing-shaped cameras that capture video.
The camera on the drone can be used to zoom in on an area, or it can be attached to the drone for longer exposures, which can help the drone fly farther.
How does it operate?
Bees can be controlled remotely by an app on the device.
Once the drone has been launched, the drone will fly towards a target with the camera pointed at it.
It will then drop a payload, and the drone then drops it on the target, which in turn will take a picture of the payload.
This will then be transmitted to a server in BAE’s datacentre.
The camera will capture the payload and the data and send it back to the server, where it will be analysed.
In theory, BAE can monitor all the data from the drone.
The drones have four cameras and two cameras that can shoot high-definition video.
How do they perform?
It’s difficult to describe the Bee Drone’s performance.
It has been designed to fly at a speed of up 100km/hour.
This means the drone is capable of taking pictures of targets and recording videos.
However, its wings are designed for the drone to fly as low as 5km/kg.
This would allow it to be able to fly from the air for long periods of time without any problems.
It also allows for the drones to be flown by hand, and without the need for batteries.
The system also has a range of around 3km.
It can carry up to a payload capacity of up 8kg, but its flight range is limited to around 200km.
The drones can also be controlled by remote control using the app.
BAE has also been developing the BECOM (BAE Ecosystem of Common Operating Procedures) system, which will allow the drones not only to operate autonomously, but also to autonomously operate on their own.
As well as the ability to operate remotely, the Bee drones also carry a suite of weapons systems.
The cameras can take images, and when it has been captured the drone drops a payload.
The payload can then be attached, which is then sent to a command centre.
The command centre then controls the drone’s behaviour.
Are there plans for drones to become autonomous?
There is no set timeline for the introduction of autonomous drones.
The first BAE drone was launched in 2009.
But BAE says that autonomous drones are still in development.
In 2016, Bae also announced plans to introduce a drone capable of flying for around 50km, a system known as BAE Drone 4.
The BAE D4 drone is being developed in collaboration with a German company called BAE Dynamics.
More:Bae drone 4 has been shown off in a number of different situations.
It flies over battlefields in Afghanistan and Iraq, and it can carry weapons in combat zones such as Libya.
Bae drones also are currently in testing for a range, including an autonomous air defence system, but this technology is still in its development stage.
The Bee drone has only been tested with the use of a remotely controlled system, and its capabilities are limited.
Should you be flying drones?
Whether you are flying drones as part of your day job or just as a hobby, we have a few tips to help you decide which drone is best for you.