Drones Need Jobs!
What Do They Even Do?
So what ARE drones?
Amazon has a line of flying delivery drones in their newest project, "Amazon Prime Air." In theory, these little guys will make deliveries in thirty minutes or less!
The FBI has announced that they use drones to spy on US citizens, but only occasionally. What else is new?
Even every day people can use drones for their benefit! The drone shown here could be used for crop dusting lower to the ground, reducing pollution around the field.
Jobs For Drones
1.) Commercial Use: As stated before, almost anyone can use a drone, so why not big companies? Well, some do (or plan to). A popular example of this is Amazon.com's "Amazon Prime Air". Although these specialized delivery drones haven't been released to the public yet, Amazon is getting people ready for their "thirty minute or less delivery". But of course, this is just one example, and many of them aren't big company drones. For example, real estate agent Bill Knapp III uses his drone to take exotic pictures of houses and real estate.
2.) Government Use: Not too surprisingly, the government has picked up on the opportunity to use these sneaky little flying machines for multiple reasons, like making fighter plane missions safe for pilots and spying on US citizens. The first one is probably the more well known one as the government has been using them for many years now, but yes, the FBI does use surveillance drones to spy on american soil. What exactly they're looking for (if anything in particular), little is known about it.
3.) Everyday Life Use: Companies use them, the government uses them, but so can everybody else. In fact, they're even on toy store shelves (which is probably where some commercially used drones come from). Whether it's for shooting an indie movie or just flying it around for fun, drones can be used by children too. Heck, I have a drone at my house! Most drones come with an attached camera, which makes it so useful for capturing those exciting moments.