Drones and Future of Aviation

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Many people are pondering the various uses of aerospace vehicles that are not piloted by a person in the vehicle. "Drones," "RPVs," "UAVs," etc. What is your opinion of the future of these types of vehicles, both in commercial and military use? Try to give an answer in this essay that fits into the historical flow of the development of U.S. aviation and aerospace industry.

Write a short, formal academic essay (about 750 words; 12 pt, double-spaced; unless quoting, third person, no contractions, no prepositions ending sentences. There should be in-text citations in APA format.). At least three references.

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Drones and the future of Aviation
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DRONES AND THE FUTURE OF AVIATION
Drones and the future of Aviation
Drone technology is rapidly evolving as a big investment and new innovation is
introducing more advanced drones to the market every few months (Floreano & Wood,
2015). Unmanned aerial vehicles are almost covering everything from the aerodynamics of
the drone, their circuit boards, chipsets, materials used in the manufacture of the physical
UAV together with the software which is entirely the brain drone. Most businesses and
government organizations over the past few years have majorly used drones and have gone to
the extent of assisting in the industries where work had been at a stand-still as well as
lagging. Drones have proved to be of much importance to reach in areas where a man cannot
easily access or cannot perform work efficiently and on time. The UAVs have made work
more efficient and productive, reducing the production cost and the workload. The level of
accuracy has gone up in conjunction with refining services and customer relations due to
drone technology. It has also resolved the security issues (Custers, 2016).
Military forces have used drones over a decade, portable and smaller o...

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