CNN Highlights the Softer Side of Drones
As the different technological, political, and religious factions of the world come closer to making their ways more acceptable and commonplace, one of the biggest challenges is reversing the damage that has been done to the reputation of drones. They will likely be a key for the powers that be to keep tabs and control over the people in the end times and they can’t have us not accept them as normal parts of life.
As such, projects that use drones for beneficial or neutral causes are starting to pop up. That’s to be expected; human ingenuity can find the good uses for things even if the government only sees what powers they can protect. This is not a case against those companies. However, you will see more and more “good uses” of drones being highlighted in the mainstream media. You will also see a rise in the use. Some will even get help from the government when necessary to get their projects “off the ground” as more drones will fill the skies.
Some will be visible. Many will not. It doesn’t matter. We’re entering into an age when drones are becoming the norm. The technology is easy to duplicate and improve on with little investment and the potential uses are limitless.
Watch the skies. Watch the news. The drones are coming. Most of them will be beneficial. Some will be watching your every move. Others may even try to kill.
According to a fluff piece on CNN:
“Really, this technology is an extra tool to help an industry be more effective,” says Gretchen West, the executive vice president for the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI).
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