Some examples of unmanned aerial vehicles include the Arcturus JUMP 20, the AeroVironment RQ-20A Puma AE, the AeroVironment RQ-11B Raven, the General Atomics Aeronautical Predator C Avenger and the Honeywell T-Hawk MAV. These vehicles are used for a variety of purposes, including reconnaissance, surveillance, targeting and combat.
The Arcturus JUMP 20 is capable of vertical takeoff and landing, can hold 60 pounds of payload, and is designed for mapping, communications and intelligence uses. The AeroVironment RQ-20A Puma AE is capable of operating over land and water, is designed to avoid detection, and is used for intelligence, surveillance and targeting operations. The AeroVironment RQ-11B Raven is lightweight and is designed for rapid deployment, high mobility and low-altitude missions. The General Atomics Aeronautical Predator C Avenger is a high-speed and long-endurance vehicle designed for wide-area surveillance and time-sensitive strike missions. The Honeywell T-Hawk MAV is a micro air vehicle that can hover in place, be deployed within 10 minutes, is capable of vertical takeoff and landing and is designed for surveillance and targeting.