Chinese radar announced that it produced an unobstructed "invisible plane." The laboratory, where the technology was developed, opened for the country's press visit.
The laboratory where the technology was developed was opened to the press visit of the country. The news, which is widely available in the country's press, also published photographs of materials produced in Shenzhen.
China, which has increased its military spending considerably in recent years, has taken an important step for a new generation of drone in the past few months.
Chinese radar, a new generation of spy who has developed a new generation of spyware, has begun testing the uninvited spy drone. The most striking feature of the drone is that it will not get caught in the radar.
China's spy drone is also called 'ghost drone' because of this feature. The drone, which can fly 20 miles above sea level, does not get radar to fly at high altitude.