Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Blade Nano QX Drone

In the rapidly growing flying drone market, the all-new Blade Nano QX RTF is set to revolutionize the entire industry. The Nano QX RTF is smaller and simpler than conventional drones, designed for the everyday consumer: “it's a no-frills device — you won't find any GPS- or camera-related tech here — but it more than makes up for that by being exceedingly simple to fly.” Traditional drones have been very complicated and extremely difficult to operate, making them very impractical for more casual users.  On top of the QX RTF being designed for the average consumer, it is priced and built like one too: “For a sub-$100 drone, the Nano QX RTF is also exceptionally well-built. It's small enough to fit in your palm (allowing it to be flown with little resistance indoors and out), but it's surprisingly tough (allowing it to hold up after your inevitable first few collisions)…That's all aided by a built-in set of automatic stability controls, which level out the device if they sense that you're starting to lose control.” So what does all of this mean? It means drone popularity is about to skyrocket. When I was a kid, all I wanted to do was play with my toy helicopter and they were extremely popular and easy to find in almost any toy store. They were simple and every kid loved them. These new age drones could completely re-energize this market and capitalize on it greatly. Buzz around drones and their newfound capabilities have been growing rapidly. Child, teen, and young adult will want one and at an affordable price. On top of this companies like amazon have begun using drones as a means of high-speed delivery service for their products. Unfortunately with this increased popularity there may also be some unintended consequences and questions that will need to be answered. With all the drones in the sky, there will need to be some way to over see and manage which drones are flying where. Drones can fly incredibly high, making them huge hazards in the sky, and any aircraft would need to know where these devices are in order to avoid them. Drones have some amazing capabilities, but some of these capabilities can be taken advantage of. Having extremely powerful cameras on incredibly precise technology can obviously be a recipe for disaster. Pictures of others can be taken of them without them even knowing from long distance. Even though there are some issues that need to be ironed out, the potential is absolutely there and the possibilities are endless.


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