If you see a tiny little spacecraft-looking-gadget flying through the air, do not be alarmed. It’s just a drone, and aliens didn’t create it. Only if the drone starts to fly in the direction of your head should you be afraid.
Have you ever flown a drone? They’re not like the remote control cars people sometimes use for fun. Drones can be for commercial use. What exactly is a drone? A drone is an unmanned aircraft with a camera that takes either pictures or recordings. Similar to a remote control, there is a GPS tracking remote used to fly the drone by a pilot stationed on the ground.
Why would we need an airbound camera?
Drones can replace humans if the job is too dangerous, dirty, or, well, boring.
If you are looking into purchasing a drone for your own personal or commercial use, here are some tips and guidelines to follow to ensure safety, thanks for the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.
Please practice these safety tips if you ever find yourself flying a drone.
By: KayLynn P.
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