Facebook is using the UAV to Internet coverage to compete with google

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, has revealed yesterday 26/3 Internet company has completed the first test an unmanned aircraft that can be used to provide Internet connectivity to remote areas most of the world.

"The plane like this will help connect the world because we can accept service of 10% of the world population living in remote areas without internet infrastructure available," Zuckerberg wrote on his Facebook page yesterday.

Unmanned aircraft has flight tested in the UK, Zuckerberg said.

It is expected that the final design of unmanned aircraft that Facebook used to be produced with the same wingspan of a Boeing 737 wing but lighter than a car.

Powered by solar energy, scheduled aircraft can fly at an altitude of over 60,000 feet (over 18,000) for months at a time.