Seven Commercial Use for Drones
In March a federal judge dismissed a fine imposed by the FAA on a drone user for commercial reasons. The agency still believes that drones require some type of regulation when it comes to sharing the airspace, but the ruling was interpreted by some as a precursor to the up-coming commercial use for drones.
Drones are officially known as unmanned air vehicles(UAV’s), they have captured the attention of many hobbyists and industries, planning on using them to cut down on their costs and bring up their revenue. Drones evidently have endless commercial use, due to their flexibility. Not having an on-board pilot and the ability to do their designated job quickly is certainly one of their many great features businesses are looking at. But there is always a downside to a great innovation. Many citizens are concerned with the idea of anyone being able to own a UAV, since in the wrong hands it could potentially deprive people of their right of privacy.