The use of unmanned aircraft for military purposes is no longer a secret, but the same technology could also be used for public safety drone purposes.
So what are the advantages and disadvantages of this?
Police forces across many countries are increasingly using UAVs or drones to deal with terrorist threats.
One such country that has adopted this technology for its own purposes is the United States where Dr. Patrick Lin said: “There’s not much difference other than the platform” between types of UAVs deployed in commercial hobbyist settings today and those designed specifically as weapons against criminals.
Commercial purpose or public safety drone?
Even though commercial purpose seems more attractive it has some disadvantages too.
The biggest advantage of drones is that they are cost-effective. There is a growing number of people who are using drones for commercial purposes.
Drones are often more cost-effective than manned aircraft, but there’s also an implied disadvantage. Since they take money out from public safety systems that could be used for things like funding traffic tickets or stadiums it may not go where you want it to!
Another advantage of having an unmanned aerial vehicle in public safety is that it would allow officials to gather information about illegal activity or research operations without putting further lives at risk. Also, this option does not have any political barriers as politicians do not have to explain anything about their decisions concerning drone use because it’s an unmanned device.
With all the amazing things these drones can do, it’s no wonder our society is changing so much.
It might seem like there are only positive aspects of using one but you should always think twice before putting yourself into potentially dangerous situations because someone else with access to your device could wreak havoc on innocent people nearby or even far away from where they live!
The best part? You don’t need a pilots license so everyone who owns this gadget
Another disadvantage worth mentioning is that if someone wanted to do harm using drones then it would be difficult for police officers to search for them unlike when they’re looking for a specific person driving a car.
Furthermore, some countries might not allow the use of drones in public safety due to religious or ethical reasons.
The decision about whether to use UAVs or not is very important.
While drones seem like a great idea for police forces they also pose bigger problems such as public privacy violations which is an issue of serious concern in some countries. For now, most law enforcement officers seem to prefer using them only when there is no other option available such as tracking criminals on the run, but we will see how things change in the future.
Right now, more and more police forces are using these aircraft in order to fight crime because it’s a cost-effective option. In my opinion, the only way that drones will become controversial is if people start to abuse their power by spying on people without them knowing for example.