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For years, Professional Drones were used in military and defense operations. However, recent advancements in technology have made it possible for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) to make a foray in to the commercial realm and the consumer domain.
People have found new ways to transform their day to day activities using drones, and drones of all kinds are expected to dominate the skies in the years to come. In fact, experts believe that flying drones is going to be big and are at a stage, similar to how automobiles were over a century ago.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has now allowed working day operation of small devices. By incorporating restrictions an increasing number of entrepreneurs and corporations can make use of drones for a number of applications.
Despite safety, privacy and security issues, unmanned aerial technologies looks really attractive for several industries.
Besides being used for aerial cinematography and photography, professional drones are being used for search-and-rescue missions, security surveillance, monitoring the health of crops, monitoring traffic, firefighting, disaster area assessment, news reporting, mapping, on construction-sites, and more.