The military says it wants to use the flying robot to monitor volcanoes and landslides as well as any other potential disaster area.
The cylindrical robot is about 20 inches across. It houses a high-speed propeller system for propulsion, while four small wings allow it to move up and down and in every direction. The drone is equipped with high-power cameras and GPS tracking. It can fly for about 30 minutes at a time.
This is the video of North Korea’s military parade from last week.
Around the nine minute mark, it sounds like they’re playing,”If you’re happy and you know it, clap your hands.”