Drones (Recon Combat Vehicle)
Drones (Recon Combat Vehicle) are unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), or unmanned ground vehicle (UGV),that have no human pilot on board. Its path is controlled either autonomously by computers in the vehicle, or under the remote control of a pilot on the ground or in another vehicle. The controllers of drones are usually in no immediate danger. They have been in use since the 20th century.
The drones act in coordination with each other and their mother vehicle to create a "sensor chain", increasing the vehicle's detection range by over one hundred percent. The only downside to the system is that unusually-high amounts of background radiation can interfere with the MultiTrack system.
The Pathtrack and NapFind Drones are two such vehicles used on the Hi-Scout Drone Carrier. The Hi-Scout Drone Carrier is a reconnaissance combat vehicle produced by ScolTek Associates since 3000 that had a 15-ton drone hangar. 
- PathTrack - The PathTrack was a tracked, three-ton drone common aboard Hi-Scout's. It packed a sensor load of 0.75 tons and reached speeds of up to 129 kph. A half ton of armor saved it mostly from environmental influences, but the great mobility and high data output made it the backbone of a usual drone-fleet. It had a sensor range of 20km, using infrared, seismic, sound and motion detectors, and was able to intercept enemy radio communications.
- NapFind - The NapFind was a hover-based, two-ton drone aboard the Hi-Scout. A sleek and incredibly fast hover drone, it lacked the sophisticated listening devices of its greater cousin and only had a sensor range of 10km, but retained the same sensor package and used its incredible speed of up to 400 kph to quickly reconnoiter the enemy. BV (1.0) = ??, BV (2.0) = 13
- Technical Readout: 3026 Revised, p. 84
- Experimental Technical Readout: Phantoms, p. 10