Disrupted Airspace – FAA says you can only fly drones if you have a pilot's license

Just as drones were starting to get very interesting – the FAA squashes them. . .

Every square mile of sky will soon be littered with hundreds of drones – from Amazon delivery drones, to photo drones, to pleasure/video drones to ambulance and military drones.

Just as they were about to get really useful, the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) in the USA has decided you can only fly one if you have a pilot’s license. That’s fine. We can understand why at this time. But we assume that when drones haveĀ AI so they can stop flying into things the FAA will rescind that legislation. . . or perhaps not. . .

To demonstrate how sophisticated they are getting check this video out:

Of course as drones get more sophisticated and larger they will completely disrupt transportation – just like Uber.