July 13 - Drones are moving off the battlefield and into everyday life, but some worry what will happen when anyone can afford a spy in the sky. Julian Satterthwaite reports from the Farnborough airshow.
Their killing power is immense and the surveillance possibilities are endless. Perhaps it's no wonder that the awesome potential of unmanned aerial vehicles is now being so energetically explored – from the battlefields of Afghanist... Read Post
An Air 2 Air Ltd. Draganflyer Helicopter Base Unit camera holder is exhibited at an international airshow in Farnborough, U.K., on July 22, 2010. Photo by Simon Dawson/ Bloomberg via Getty Images. The drone debate usually centers ar... Read Post