The Battle Drones On

A drone versus another drone; it looks like the battle between unwanted drones and the anti-drones will continue for as long as there are drone operators not mindful of how, where, and when to fly their UAVs, and the risk of terrorists using hobby drones for their nefarious activities remains a real threat.

DJI Mavic Pro

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The Pentagon is thinking about the future, and how to shoot it down. We don’t know, exactly, what the future holds, but DARPA, the Pentagon’s future-projects wing, expects that there will be a lot of small drones, and if possible, they’d like a tool that can protect against those drones. Read more at:

Helicopter drones which could shoot down Islamic State’s new remote-controlled weapons are under development, the Defence Secretary announced yesterday. Sir Michael Fallon said the terror group’s latest drone tactics in Iraq – in which they drop grenades from the skies – had been a ‘wake-up call’ for Britain. Read more at:

However, another kind of drone battle is more exciting: a healthy dose of competition.

Two of the best drones in the industry, siblings DJI Phantom 4 Pro and DJI Mavic Pro are known to be two of the best drones in the market today. Industry experts find it difficult to weigh in their thoughts as to which reigns supreme, but at end of the day, one has to be chosen. Read more at:

As the review above says, both drones are superb – in terms of features and capacities. But only one gets to be the better one, especially good for aerial photography/videography, or even for those offering uav aerial photography services as a business.

At the end of the day, responsible, safe drone flying will ensure the consumer drone industry to soar much higher in the skies.

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