Because @Phoenix750 asked for some ideas here are my two cents:
The problem I see is that the hacking package is basically just a small PC with a limited power resources. So the only advantage you get (besides the freaking cool James Bond feeling) is the positional advantage from the drone (flying and dropping a “proxy” somewhere).
Which could be useful for these features:
Trilateration + AP/Client information collection
Flying with the drone over an area you can’t enter and roughly determine the APs positions, their authentication methods and collect information of phones (e.g. probe packages from phones).
"Jamming" + Rogue AP
Kicking phones out of their WiFi could be handy sometimes if they connect to your rogue AP on the hacking station. Although I think the denial of service aspect of jamming (technically it’s not jamming but who cares), is more beneficial because you could refuse IoT devices to talk to their network.
The problem with this is, that the batteries of the raspberry pi will be empty pretty quick. Additionally, for both of those attacks you need some decent network cards, which leads to more weight.
I’m by no mean an expert or anything in this, but it seems like you can clone some IDs (ESN/MIN) from the phone when it is authenticating itself at the base stations. Later you could use these numbers to send SMS in the name of the owner.
Besides that, the hacking station should have the ability to send silent SMS. Sending them from your own phone could reveal your position afterwards (see Trilateration). While the SIM of the hacking package can be destroyed.
That were my ideas I’ve got yesterday. What do you think about them.
Edit: A hell lot of grammar.