Unmanned Aerial and Ground Vehicles are increasingly used in special forces and SWAT teams, providing benefits such as situational awareness, target tracking, non-lethal weapon deployment, and direct tactical support.
Special forces and SWAT teams are increasingly using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) for various operations. UAVs provide real-time information on layout and activity in specific areas, particularly useful in urban environments where threats can be difficult to detect from the ground level. Both UAVs and UGVs can track specific targets and locate hidden threats with advanced sensors. They can also be equipped with non-lethal weapons to control crowds and provide direct tactical support during operations. The integration of these technologies has the potential to improve operational effectiveness and reduce risks to human operators.