Drones

Deadly or a necessity by Eli Kaplan

What is a Drone?

The term drone or an UAV is usually referring to any unmanned aircraft. An UAV is usually a military name for a drone. Drones are very helpful, for example a scientist can fly a drone over a volcano and study it a safe distance away. Also drones can drop relief efforts over a war torn country without the worry of someone dying in the drone.

Drones

Today there are many different types and models of drones. Drones have been apart of the the military since the late 90s but only came into civilians hands quite recently. Since then the government has put in some laws and restrictions to deal with some blurry areas.

Drone Racing in First person point of view

Drone racing: First Person View (FPV)

Drones Used for Police Work

In a Southern state of India the police are using a new type of gadget, drones. The police got a fleet of drones to stop illicit mining near their borders. Still many civilians can't purchase drones in India due to laws but some police and railroad companies have been given the okay to start using drones

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