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LIFE OF A DRONE

I’m sure that if drones could speak to us (and, maybe one day they will) they would have countless stories and experiences to share. They have a pretty good gig: flying above cool places, recording live music, delivering life saving items to people in need, flying! Need I say more? Drones are going places that we humans cannot. Which brings me to the question… What if a drone could talk?

1. “Dude, the views”

drone viewing lighthouse

I’m sure they would tell us all about how amazing the scenery is. The dynamic little machines can go places that manned aircrafts cannot. They can fly relatively low to the ground and for a good amount of time. Luckily, we have cameras and Go Pro’s to strap onto drones and we are able get a feel for what it would be like to see from such a perspective.

2. “Wow, there sure are a lot of people looking at me”

on-lookers point done

When Hoovy flies for a client people can’t help but gather in a crowd and watch the UAV buzz and maneuver in the sky. They are attention hogs! They are drawing eyes wherever they go.

3. “Birds are vicious”

hawk

If you do a quick goole search, you can find some pretty crazy videos of birds attacking drones when they fly into their territory. Bird lovers have always advocated for the protection of things winged animals when it comes to aircraft. Although around 13 million birds die every day, manned and unmanned aircraft does not account for much of that total. Pesticides, feral cats, and birds running into things top the list of causes for bird deaths. If anyone has to watch their backs, its the drones.

4. “Look, another drone”

The number of small personal drones flying in the sky has greatly increased. According to Dronelife.com, 500,000 units have been sold in the United States, and commercial drones aren’t even legal to fly yet, technically. The FAA states that domestic drone sales will reach $90 billion within a decade. That’s a lot of drones. The year 2014 was a benchmark year for the drone industry, it was the first time that drone sales ascended.

Don’t Miss Out

Judging by the opportunities that are stemming from the drone industry and early predictions for growth, we will definitely be seeing a lot more of the little flying machines in our skies. The question is, how will you incorporate this technology to benefit you? Keep checking Hoovy.co for tips on drones and the drone industry and how you can prosper with this technology.

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