In a remote village in Sweden, the world’s most advanced unmanned aircraft company, Flyby, has been quietly testing its drone-equipped aircrafts for years.
They are being tested by the Swedish Air Force, which is looking to put the technology to work.
Flyby is a Swedish-founded drone company that makes an aircraft that looks like a traditional aircraft, but it is equipped with a camera system that shoots images of objects in the sky and uses them to track its target.
This drone’s cameras have the capability to track objects in a large radius, enabling it to follow and even photograph objects it can’t see in real time.
The company has been working on drones for the past five years and recently unveiled its first drone at a technology showcase in Berlin.
Its design is similar to the ones used by the Israeli Air Force and the UK’s Airborne Laser System, or ALAS.
But Flyby has taken a different approach to its drones.
Flyby’s design is a drone that is made out of carbon fiber, which absorbs infrared light and allows it to be more accurate in its target tracking.
Its wings are made of titanium, and its tail and wings are carbon fiber.
Its carbon fiber body and wings allow it to fly at speeds of up to 400 miles per hour, according to a statement on Flyby website.
When the aircraft is at its maximum speed, it can fly at altitudes of around 10,000 feet.
That makes it a very good candidate for an aerial reconnaissance job.
Fly by says that its aircraft is able to follow a target at the speed of light and to track it over long distances, as well as detect objects it has already seen.
Its technology is similar in many ways to the systems that the UK uses for tracking drones.
In the past, Flybys planes were mostly used for small-scale surveillance and reconnaissance, and these days they are increasingly being used for surveillance and surveillance of large crowds.
The Swedish Airforce is looking for a way to get its drone into service.
The Swedish Air Forces has announced that it is considering a plan to use the drones in large-scale aerial surveillance, as the aircraft can detect targets at altitude and speed of 10,100 feet.
This means that the aircraft could be used for reconnaissance, but also in surveillance of crowds, like concerts, sports events, or public gatherings.
The Air Force has also begun looking at how it could use Flyby drones to assist in aerial search and rescue missions.
It is not clear yet if the Air Force is going to go that route.
Sweden’s military has been considering the use of drones in surveillance for years, and the country has developed its own surveillance drone that it uses in conjunction with the military.
However, Fly By is one of the first to use a drone with the ability to fly up to 4,000 kilometers per hour.
It can fly around at around 100 kilometers per second.
One of the reasons the Air Forces decided to pursue a drone surveillance role is that it has some of the best in-the-field imagery, according the Swedish Defense Ministry.
The Ministry is also looking at using the drones to detect and track human targets, which has led the Air Ministry to develop a program to build drones capable of flying into the sky.
It is unclear whether the Air Department will pursue the program, however.
In the past year, Sweden has begun testing a number of unmanned aircrafts.
The first of these was the A3-B2, which can carry up to six passengers and is currently in use by the Royal Swedish Air force.
The second was the S-400A, which was unveiled at the 2014 Farnborough Airshow.
According to Flyby CEO Björn Bjorntorp, these drones are designed to be used as an aerial surveillance platform.
The A3 B2 is capable of being flown at altimeters of up 500 meters and is capable to fly for as long as two days, while the S 400A can fly for up to five days.
The drones can fly in low-light conditions, and they can also be used to monitor the weather.
Flybys is also developing drones that can be used in remote areas to gather and analyze aerial data.
“This is an extremely exciting opportunity for us,” Björntorp told Polygon.
“We’re very interested in seeing how these new systems will be used, and we are also very interested to see what the AirForce will do with them.”
Flyby says that it currently operates two drones.
Its A3 drones can be operated from the air.
The most common model is a small twin-engine jet that has an engine rated at up to 220 horsepower.
FlyBy says it is currently developing more advanced versions that can reach altitudes up to 1,500 meters, which could potentially fly longer missions.
Fly By says it has been in discussions with several military and intelligence agencies, including the US military,