This is a good quote from the article.........."Bikies are just the selling point, it will be used across the board."
That selling point has been used for the anti-association laws as well.
But back to the use of drones. How will they fly them around the suburbs when light aircraft are filling the sky's more these days? With no pilot on board and the small size making them difficult to see it all sounds a bit risky to me.
I wouldn't mind one of these drones.
Well, I am in the business of drones, so I am a bit biased, BUT... I will say that I don't know who these organisations talk to, but 50 GRAND!! Really!! Someone is making a MOTZA and it's not me!! LOL!!
If anyone has seen the Fox Copter on the footy or the cricket? One of them will cost you about $10,000 air worthy. A fixed wing bird with plenty of range will come in just under double that.
That said, for $600 you can get a small copter that will carry full HD cams, and be completely autonomous. It will fly itself!!
I started playing with UAVs about 6 years ago, and since then the industry has boomed. They are hear to stay.
I just hate all the dooms day rhetoric claiming that there will be UAVs outside your window watching you shower. Really?? They are actually not that quiet, and it would be easier to sit across the street with a handy cam!
Holy cone tits
She was hot, she was called 7 of 9 in Star Trek Voyager her name in real life is Jeri Ryan
trekys riding harleys yay
Don't buy a drone just hack one!
Yes it will be interesting to see how many do get hacked in the future
I just want one of these Disclaimer ( This may or may not be real) But wont be far off if it isn't
Man, that is fricken awesome. Just need it to be a lot quieter, and it would be a great piece of technology to be used in Afghanistan. We'd have a lot less deaths and casualties.