Originally Posted by Requiem
I got about 9 drones in my shed.
A friend of mine does work on them for the forestry service, I think, and helped them develop some sort of mapping software that he apparently can't talk about now because he just got sent over somewhere in the ME.
This ship has come and sailed, folks. Halfway to Portsmouth by now. The only solution is to nip it in the bud and start regulating. Anything over a certain weight ratio or something like that needs to be licensed and registered. That way you're not outlawing stuff that is purely for entertainment and not capable of carrying out an attack, but honestly...I don't even know enough about drones to even begin to fathom what they're currently capable of, let alone what they will be 5, 10 years in the future. This is something that needs to be brought to the forefront of discussion with the public before
it gets out of hand.