Like other technologies, drones come with a wide spectrum of advantages. But, along with the positives, the sad truth about drones is that there are certain burning flaws like sudden crashes, hacker risks, and privacy issues that plague the technology.
Drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles, are attracting eyeballs due to their unique data capturing and bird’s eye view potential. As the term ‘unmanned’ goes, the vehicles do not require a human operator to fly it. It might leave many of us surprised, but the truth about drones is that they aren’t a novel concept or a newfound technology.
The roots of drone technology are decades old, to be honest. Remember the science fiction movie, Back to the Future Part II, released in the year 1989, which featured unmanned aerial machines for newsgathering? Now you know where it’s heading, right? There are numerous Hollywood sci-fi movies featuring drones, like the one