It may be what gave them their name, but it’s what we hate most about them: drones are a pain in the ears. The race is on, before they are pressed into service, to cure this device’s greatest headache.
Sarah Claridge, writing for Engineering and Technology, considers some of the wider impacts of seeing drones become utilised on a day to day basis. With insights from industry experts including Flylogix’s own Executive Chairman, Charles Tavner, the piece considers some of the more nuanced aspects to managing real drone operations.
“There’s also the nuisance factor – does the sound appear suddenly or is it predictable? Is it there persistently? One of the issues with multirotor devices is that they tend to hover in one place, so they are close to you for a longer period of time.” Charles Tavner, Flylogix
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