What is a Drone?
Drones are unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) that can be remotely controlled to perform tasks. The term is often used interchangeably with Unmanned Aerial Systems” (UASs). A drone is not a helicopter, airplane or glider. Drones are used in a wide range of applications, including agriculture, aerial photography, mapping, construction, search and rescue, border patrol, and firefighting. Drones are also used for military purposes, including reconnaissance, surveillance, and attack. A drone is an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle that is controlled by a human pilot or remote operator.
What Are Drones Used For?
Drone-based weed control
The University of Minnesota has a project that uses drones to monitor fields for weed growth. The weed-tracking drones are equipped with a special sensor that detects the chemical signature of the weed’s root system. The project is still in the early stages, but it seems like a promising application.
They can also be used for surveying, especially if they are equipped with cameras and can take photos and video. They can be used to spray chemicals in fields or even to spread seeds and fertilizers.
Where can I fly my drone?
There are three main places where you can fly your drone. They are: Open spaces, Specially designated areas, Public spaces,
What is a drone?
A drone is an unmanned aerial vehicle, or UAV. UAVs are remote controlled aircrafts that are flown by a person sitting in a remote location. They are used for various purposes, including photography, mapping, and surveying.