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Drones, unmanned aircraft, quadcopters – whatever you call them, the term “drone” encompasses a wide variety of flying, remotely controlled devices. With so many different types of drones and the various things you can do with them, how do you know what’s right for your unmanned aircraft needs?
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Drones for Dummies introduces you to the fascinating world of UAVs. Written with friendly instruction, Drones for Dummies provides you with the information you need to find the perfect drone for you, ways to use a drone and even drone etiquette and the laws and regulations governing consumer drone usage. Plus, you’ll discover the basics of flight, including how to use a drone to capture photos and video.
Originally designed to assist in military and special operations applications, the use of drones has expanded into the public service sector and the consumer market for people looking to have a good time flying an aircraft remotely. Drones for Dummies covers everything you need to know to have fun with your UAV, and is packed with cool ways to expand your drone’s use beyond simply flying.
With a feather-weight ABS reinforced structure, the Parrot Bebop Drone is robust and safe. To ensure optimal stability without compromising maneuverability, the Bebop Drone automatically analyzes data from numerous sensors.
In the event of any collision, the propellers stop automatically and the emergency mode allows the drone to land immediately. And thanks to a GPS system, a “Return Home” function brings the Bebop Drone returns directly to its starting position.
Equipped with a full HD camera and two dual-band WiFi antennas, take aerial video and pictures like a pro.
Parrot Bebop Drone delivers the best performance whether flying inside or out. And with Drones for Dummies, you have everything you need to take off and take flight.