Drone technology has been around for a long time, but it is only recently that it has gained popularity. Drones have never been more popular, with applications ranging from photography to agriculture to military surveillance. Drones have even been used to deliver items to remote residents. Both the technology and the unmanned aerial vehicles themselves are referred to as “drones.” The name “drone” is an abbreviation for “dynamic roaming remotely operated node” The term “dronie” is also gaining popularity, and it refers to a selfie taken using a drone.
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Who invented drone?
Drone is an unmanned flying vehicle that is controlled without a person on the device. Drones are primarily used for military purposes, but are becoming more popular for civilian uses. Many people believe that the drone was invented by the military.
The military has used drones for at least a century and the first recorded use of a drone in the U.S. military was in 1898. But its not drone was made by Abraham Karem a designer of fixed and rotary-wing unmanned vehicles who is regarded as the founding father of UAV (drone) technology.
Who Invented drone In India?
Rustom is based on the NAL’s LCRA (Light Canard Research Aircraft) constructed in the 1980s by a team led by late Prof Rustom Damania. The UAV will undergo structural upgrades as well as a new engine. Rustom will replace/supplement the Heron UAVs now in service with the Indian military.