Nowadays, unique drones are created that can rise to a decent height, fly quickly and even independently choose your route. Just there is no car that would combine all the achievements together. Rather, it wasn’t until DARPA, as part of the Fast Lightweight Autonomy (FLA) program, demonstrated its lightweight autonomous quadrocopter, which is based on the commercial DJI Flame Wheel ARF. The essence of the project is to develop an UAV that can independently, that is, without external remote control or GPS, make the optimal flight path, moving at high speed over unknown terrain with obstacles. A similar system will find its application in the civilian and military spheres for conducting search and rescue and reconnaissance operations in order to study the situation and minimize possible human casualties. Currently, a drone carrying onboard cameras, lidar, sonar, inertial measuring units and other sensors flew over the room with obstacles at a speed of 20 meters per second (72 km / h).