The program is called ISIS, short for “Integrated Sensor Is Structure.” And the idea is to park an unmanned airship over a hot zone for a year, at nearly 65,000 feet in the sky. Up there, ISIS can spot enemy soldiers up to 180 miles away, target tanks and trucks, and watch out for incoming cruise missiles 350 miles in the distance — a “detailed, real-time picture of all movement on or above the battlefield,” one Darpa program manager says.
Just in time for the perdicted end of the world, the military is developing a blimp that can help make the process of human demise more easy, espically since the blimp will not be manned. This means that there will be robots in charge. And lest we forget, the blimp is at 65,000 feet, which is close to the moon, which is the “secret” base of our future robotmasters….