The ace of military surveillance and aerial surveillance is now available to us; and operating it is just as easy as playing a toy. Drones have been around ever since the advancement of military technology. Most armies around the world use this unmanned aerial vehicle to collect information from the lands, using live feeds from its built-in camera to record slopes and terrains of other foreign countries. As with any type of technology, the call to make drones smaller grew, the first portable drones are now being used for science and military, making the flying maneuver easier to operate and use. Surely enough, these drones became more popular and easier to build, allowing third-party manufacturers to commercialize this wonderful technology, and make it more available to the public.
Unlike the very standard and military-like design of the army drone, most drones that are marketed towards the public look more simple and portable. In-fact, most people may even mistake this as a toy. However, these drones provide many advantages compared to the usual toy helicopter. For starters, the drone has the capacity to carry luggage several times its own weight. The drone also has multiple controls, allowing omni-directional surveillance, as compared to the up-down, left-right mechanic of the toy chopper. But possibly one of the greatest advantages of the commercial drone is its capacity to remotely record and capture videos and pictures on its built-in camera. You can also use the device to stream live-feeds toward your camera device. All these coming from a very reliable aerial device.