Unmanned Aerial Vehicles or Uninhabited Aerial Vehicles (UAVs)denote aerial vehicles that perform autonomous flying under an input program without an operator or by recognizing an ambient atmosphere on their own. UAVs are equipped with infrared-ray sensors, video cameras, and weather radars to scout the enemy camp. If they are equipped with missiles, they will be able to attack the enemy.

MAVs are micro-mini UAVs. MAVs are so small that individuals can carry them. They measure 30cm and weigh about 150g. As they fly for about 20 minutes, they can collect information such as video and sounds about areas that are inaccessible by regular model planes and send the information back to the controller.

Basically, MAVs belong to the category of small planes; however, since they can perform special tasks, they have elements that can be used to collect information and data as well as the components of regular UAVs. The required components of MAVs are a receiver for the remote control, a video recorder, a transmittance device, a transmitter that enables the sending of recorded materials, and batteries to supply power to the installed devices. In addition, gyroscopes are sometimes installed to ensure precise controllability and GPS can be used to detect positions.

Since competition has become fierce in advanced countries like the U.S., Europe, and Japan to develop technology for MAVs, the MAV industry is a future-oriented industry, which is being intensively invested, researched, and developed.