7 Amazing Facts About Drones We Want to Spread Out

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Drones are so versatile, that the amount of people using them for various diverse purposes is constantly increasing, and yet what do you know about them? There are some amazing facts that might not be obvious at first sight, or even using them, that will definitely have you marveling at the technology and development of drones.

They Do Not Require A Remote Pilot.

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They can have their flights be previously programmed and their movement spectrum includes straight line flying, circles and even hoovering.

From Airborne Camera Tripods To Flying Spies In War Zones.

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Given that they come in all sizes as well, you have small ones to hold your camera and take a picture above you, or find large military planes keeping an eye on huge conflict zones.

Their Live Feed Is Uninterrupted

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This makes them perfect for surveillance, as they can follow anything around, if you program them for it.

Police Tool

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The policemen are allowed use them just as one more tool for evidence gathering, subject to the same laws and restrictions as the rest of them.

Finding Bin Laden

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It was through a drone called Predator, that the elusive terrorist was finally located. But drones are not just for war waging. They are also used for bringing resources to people in war torn places.

Farmers Use Them

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To survey crops and monitor the harvests for anything wrong.

Not Born In The USA

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In spite of USA being the country with the most drones, it was actually Israel that started building them, and keeps on doing it in about 24 countries. From Israel to USA. From hunting bin Laden or keeping an eye on backyard marijuana plants, to helping the people in difficult areas get their resources, drones can be mass murderers or life savers.

Drone Technology and Agriculture – A Happy Marriage

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Brand new technologies are nowhere to improve our old systems and help us to have the same results with the minimum effort. Drones are one of those technologies that can help us reduce the effort we dedicate to one task and one that can actually take the place of many humans by doing most of the work.

Surveillance Usage

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Drones are now being used to work as surveillance of none other than the agriculture fields which is such a weird combination of old (agriculture) and new (drone surveillance) practices. Such a relationship is now called by farmers as ‘a happy marriage’ meaning that the union of both systems has been more than successful.

The drones have absolutely helped lessen the workload on farmlands because before they existed the only way we had to verify the health of fields was spending long hours walking around them verifying plant by plant. But with the incredible advantages of drones, it can be done from afar in no time.

Shows Real Harvest Status

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Drone system not only saves time with its aerial qualities but also shows more precisely the real state of the whole farmland having also programs specialized in creating colorful images of it.

Moreover, the drones could also have a system of watering quality that reduces twice the work that a farmer would have to do if they lack this technology.

New Experiments Are Being Made

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Recently, it has been shown an experiment being done by three scientists with a drone model called DJI’s MG-1S to verify its effectiveness with delicate live beings such as plants.

Finally, it is a fact that the development of new technologies to reduce the workload of humans in many aspects of life will continue, and we have to keep in mind that such technologies can be extremely good and helpful for our world as many of our prior inventions.