Filipinos build unmanned aerial vehicle

MANILA, Philippines — After successfully launching the first underwater unmanned vehicle, research and development firm Roboteknik is developing the country’s first commercially available unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), which can be used for industrial and military purposes.

The Custos (Latin for guardian) is a remote controlled aircraft almost two meters in length and is similar to some UAVs used in the US, particularly the RQ series made by AAI Corporation and Israel Aircraft Industries.

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