Why drones are here to stay
In the years since the invention of the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), the number of drones hovering over our skies has increased exponentially.
And, as drone technology continues to evolve and improve, so has the technology that goes into making and flying them.
Today, the United States is home to over 70 percent of all drones in use in the world, with nearly half of the world’s total.
But the number and quality of drones are only getting better.
A new study from the nonprofit group DroneDeployment shows that as drones continue to develop and expand, the US is on track to have more drones flying than any other country.
But, it’s not just the United Kingdom, where a new drone is being developed and flown every day.
For the first time in history, the U.S. has more than 3,000 drones in service.
This is happening even though drone ownership is declining in the U, with the number declining more than in other countries.
It’s because the United State is the largest user of drones in the entire world.
With its huge population and vast airspace, the country is the place to be for many countries to launch drone programs.
The U.K., the UPA, the UK, and Australia have all been launching unmanned aircrafts into the skies.
In fact, the number is expected to continue to increase.
For now, however, there are limits to the UAVs reach, especially for the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and the UAE, where drone use is banned.
There is still the threat of terrorists or criminal groups using the technology to carry out terrorist attacks.
While there is a long way to go in getting these countries to loosen up on drone use, the drones are getting closer to being the next big thing in our skies.