Heroes in battle: Cobras, helicopters and robots on the move

Cobras and helicopters are back in the news after a year in the making.

In May, a team of American researchers launched a robotic research and development project dubbed the Cobra.

Cobras can be controlled by a smartphone app, but there’s a lot more to the robot than that.

The robot is powered by solar energy, and is a joint effort between the US Air Force and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

The team behind the Cobras first unmanned flight test in April 2017 showed off a basic version of the robot, but they wanted to make it even better.

A few months later, the team had a second flight of the Cobraza, and this time they had the opportunity to bring their robotic research even further.

The Cobra is a drone that has a fully autonomous control system, which can be turned on and off to improve flight performance, according to the company.

Its main mode of operation is flight control, and it can fly autonomously for up to 60 minutes at a time.

The project also included an unmanned helicopter, called the Cobral, which is capable of taking off from a drone, and then landing vertically.

It is also possible to operate the Cobracer as a helicopter by deploying a GoPro camera on the drone.

According to the Cobrapedia, the Cobar can take off and land vertically at speeds up to 25km/h.

It is also capable of cruising for up 50 minutes without refueling.

In the air, the cobra can carry out a variety of tasks.

For example, it can autonomously fly a drone to collect food, or a drone can be used for aerial photography.

The team at the US military’s Aberdeen Proving Ground is also working on a drone capable of carrying out a similar mission.