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Speedy camera drone -Yuneec Q500 4K Drone


First off, I’d like to say that this is one of the better and more fun drones to fly. The Yuneec Q500 4K Drone is long lasting, with a total flight-time of 25 minutes per full battery charge. Amazing right? Some drones can’t even fly for 10 minutes without needing another charge up! Like seriously, get in the game! Alongside the ridiculously amazing flight-time, the Yuneec Q500 4K Drone has a very interesting feature… It can keep it’s camera on the pilot no matter where they are! Imagine that you have the controls in your hands, and you start walking around.

You then just enable the Watch Me feature and the drone’s camera will follow you wherever you go! Pretty cool, huh! Another pretty cool feature that the Yuneec Q500 4K Drone holds is the Home Mode. Taming this mode on enables the drone to return to where the pilot is and land within a range of 13-26 feet of them. Think about this for a second. If you get lazy and don’t want to use the controller to fly the drone back to where you are, just enable the Home Mode and it will return to you on it’s own! How cool is that! Not only does the Yuneec Q500 4K Drone have some cool, and pretty amazing modes. It also has a feature called the No Fly Zone feature.

This forces the drone to fly no higher than 400 feet in the air, this is good because this will keep the drone from going over the legal flying height. This feature is not changeable, which means that it cannot be switched on nor off. This is convenient for those people who have an annoying little brother or sister or maybe even an annoying friend who enjoys messing with your stuff. If they could turn this feature off, then that would mean trouble for you if the drone flew past 400 feet. Thank the creators that this feature is fixed into the drone.

And plus, 400 feet is way up there anyways! You can still have all the fun you want flying your Yuneec Q500 4K Drone up that high! Lastly, after all of that explaining and information about this amazing drone, I’d like to end with a few observations of mine about the drone itself. This aircraft, if you will, is very easy to handle. To start it and fly it, all you need to do is just twist on the propellers, put the battery in it’s compartment, turn it on, and it’s ready to fly! It’s camera is truly amazing and creates such a beautiful image that professional photographers would most likely use it to snap photographs of their favorite things. I believe that this drone is suitable for all ages, kids included! Doesn’t seem okay, right! But it is, the Yuneec Q500 4K Drone is so easy to control that I think everyone can use it, and have the time of their life while they’re doing it!

Drones-The Future of Technology


In years past we have fantasized of the day when automated self controlled vehicles would become a reality. Nearly every science fiction or space aged genre of movies show this idea. For the past 15-20 years the idea has become more and more possible, and today drones have a variety of practical and sometimes intimidating uses.

The three main uses that developers have emphasized in drone use are that of agriculture, search and rescue, and the military. Each of these presents pros and cons in their real life application. Nevertheless the importance of drones in our world is increasing rapidly. Agriculture: Farmers and Engineers have worked together in joint cooperation towards the development of drones as an agrarian tool. For Engineers this allows a safe a practical laboratory for the development of their product. It also gives them the ability to contribute in a more practical and productive way to the advancement of the human race. Farmers benefit in this arrangement in that they receive useful technology to make their work more efficient and cost effective.

Drones allow farmers to evaluate field nutrient levels from the air using thermal and chemical sensors. This provides a much cheaper and quicker alternative to renting a plane or helicopter. One fall back in this area however is that as productivity goes up the need for workers goes down.

Search and Rescue:A problem that has haunted humans for their entire existence is that rescuing of a fallen, hurt or lost comrade. In many cases it is so dangerous for others to go help the endangered victim that rescue is impossible. During these cases of postponed rescue attempts the victim is unable to be found or is already gone by the time they are found.

As we have heard numerous times before the first 48 hours are key in any rescue. Drones give us the ability to go where we ourselves may not be able to access. Drones do not need heat, oxygen, or food to continue a mission. This makes them the ideal rescue device. Developers have already developed drones that can carry food and supplies into isolated areas during the even of search and rescue missions.

Military: Like all technological advances one of the first uses is always that of military. Often times this is tragic in that it causes the loss of more life. Drones however bring an entirely different card to the table. Because drones can be operated thousands of miles away from their location it is possible for a soldier to be engaged in battle while sitting at a desk thousands of miles away.

Just imagine a world where wars and conflicts were no longer an issue of human life but rather the mere loss of a computer. The lives of millions of soldiers can be saved by this technology. The downfall to this however is the expense of the endeavor. Placing one drone in the air costs as much as placing 10-20 foot soldiers for an entire year Hacking risks also present themselves. Like all technology drones can be hacked. If fallen into the wrong hands drones can present imminent danger to everyone. Drones have seemed to be something from the future for most of our lives, however, now they are here. The choice is ours on how to use this useful piece of technology. Like all technology the use of drones has its pros and cons. One thing is for certain the importance of drones will become vital to our lives one way or another.