The drone industry saw dramatic growth in the past year and is showing no signs of slowing. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced that over 300,000 people have registered as drone owners in the US alone, as of January 2016, after estimating that 1 million drones were sold during the 2015 Christmas period. Outside consumer markets, drones also continue to find numerous, new commercial applications. In the UK, the police force will start using drones in high-risk situations.
Posts from January, 2016
Las Vegas is often hailed as the “adult Disneyland.” But when you add a week-long show dedicated to new and emerging technology, this small desert city becomes a playground for adults and their tech toys of the future. That’s why it’s no surprise that when people show up they want to fly higher, stay unplugged longer and see the bigger picture. As such, this year’s biggest CES highlights involved drones, self-driving cars, virtual reality and connected everything!
We are in the midst of a digital dilemma. Our devices, from smartphones to tablets, have become central to our lives. They enable us to do our jobs, manage our schedules, and get us from point A to B with a single tap of the screen. But there is one major problem – limited battery life.
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