In today's Parade magazine paper it said that Drone Technician is a growing field that pays $60-68,000 per year.
Sidelined?no amazon's not doing it anymore. it got sidelined and it'll stay that way for most likely several years.
if you read FAA's terms and limitations.... it's basically useless. my statement holds true.... we're not gonna see this for several years... or never.
This tells me there's gonna be a plethora of laws passed re: drones....if it hasn't already begun.Yesterday, we were all sitting in my brothers backyard having a BBQ. There was a drone flying over his neighbors house. I was told that the neighbors contractor uses the drone to take measurements for the new roof. A little crazy that people can see what you're doing in your own backyard.
Military Drones can fly higher they say as high 50,000 feetMy Phantom 2 can go up to 400 ft, and horizontally, it can go up to 900 ft but If you beefed up the antenna, it can go up to mile and half but the only problem is that it will drain the battery faster.
Now talking about breaking up the communication, Phantom will either automatically fly back home if you set up home point or will fly toward you till it restore communication.
I don't think there's gonna be civilian drones equal to the military because of a lot of regulatory constraints........Military Drones can fly higher they say as high 50,000 feet
Not to mention the cost to make and operate them. We're talking tens of thousands into the millions of dollars per system. Also, they're powered differently. Military drones use fuel cells.I don't think there's gonna be civilian drones equal to the military because of a lot of regulatory constraints........