The T-Hawk MAV (Micro Air Vehicle) is an "unmanned eye in the sky." Honeywell's T-Hawk is a lightweight small aircraft that can fit in a suitcase, and can be deployed in under 10 minutes. It can fly autonomously, via waypoints, or can be controlled manually. Onboard is a gimbaled camera that can be used in the day or night. It can travel up to 10,000 ft, move up to 50 MPH, and has a use time of 46 minutes. Very much inspired by that evil drone from Empire Strikes Back.
Currently the T-Hawk is being used by the military, extensive use in Afghanistan, and the above video shows its use at the Fukushima plant in Japan. Tokyo Electric Power company needed to get an overview of the damage in a highly radioactive area, and the T-Hawk was the best tool for the job. The damage looks severe. Let's hope the army of robots being sent into that area can help stop this ongoing disaster soon.
T-hawk is named after the "Tarantula Wasp." Below is a picture of one fighting its mortal foe.