"A technological tool known as unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), which can be controlled remotely or with an autopilot."
“Drones, as radio controlled ships are called, have many applications, civil and military. Someday they will guide huge long-haul fleets from motherships and carry cargoes across continents and oceans. Long distance drones armed with atomic bombs will fly and bomb their targets perfectly «
However, drones were already manufactured and used for military purposes during World War II and turned out to be a tool that served as surveillance of the enemy, with the advantage of not being detected, allowing them to reach places of difficult access and / or high danger index for the troops.
There are other uses of drones, such as: civilians and professionals, among which we can mention: in agriculture, geology, construction, journalism, television, cinema, sports, surveillance, forest fires, natural catastrophes, among others.
The usefulness of drones has evolved technologically according to the requirements of the human being, today there are geodesic drones (shockproof), as designed by Patrick Thevoz. It helps after seismic events, allowing you to reach places where the human being is impossible to reach and with the ability to remove debris.
There are prototypes of drones that help rescuers in their work, such as the GimBall that can enter confined spaces and has an optical and thermal visualization camera that helps locate victims.
Likewise, another of the uses of drones is the control of livestock, the handling and cleaning of toxic waste for humans, and today drones are used for taking images and videos of celebrations and various events.
Finally, the evolution of this tool has been directly proportional to the requirements of man, there being a great variety of models and diversity of functions, which makes it difficult to operate depending on the purpose and complexity of the equipment purchased.
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