Figuratively speaking, long before the era of CBT (computer-based technologies) and now, autonomous tools and mobile units (robot-powered light to heavy industrial machinery and motor cars, agricultural, commercial and industrial use light to heavy duty trucks and haulers powered and driven by robotics), a drone was described as someone who was utterly boring. As they said, he would drone on and on. Now, today’s drones are nothing of the sort.

In fact, these airborne autonomous lightweight creatures are nothing but exciting. Think about the possibilities for the future and what these robotic flying machines can already do today when they are utilized properly, responsibly and sustainably. These small creatures of the high skies are also known as UAVs. UAV is the acronym for unmanned air vehicles. They started out as military purpose vehicles, whether as fighting tools or spyware and monitoring, probing devices.

Today, in the interests of both state and national security, DJI drones are being used more widely. It has been proved that they are being used effectively and responsibly too. These drones are not, per se, killing machines as certain sectors of the media and communications industry have sensationalized them to be. In fact, as it turns out, these drones are saving lives. These drones are being used more specifically for research and industrial and scientific purposes.

Cinema or camera drones are utilized to take aerial photographs and record documentaries and films for the purposes of research, development, manufacturing processes and design, other than for creative purposes to do with the production of dramatic films and TV adverts. The aerial pictures that are taken are renowned for its clarity and accuracy and compatibility with digitized and software devices.