A Better Way to Fly Drones in Strong Winds with Kestrel Weather Meters

Drone technology has surged in recreational popularity during the 2010s. Since their invention in 1916, these unmanned flying aerial vehicles are attractive to people of all ages. With the recreational drone market expecting to explode to over $4 billion by 2022, it's clear that users want an enjoyable and exciting experience from this product. A large part of the popularity of recreational drones is aerial photography. However, other commercial uses include: Remote sensing: heat sensors built into drones that monitor the temperature of livestock Surveillance for emergency response Air quality readings by way of biological sensors Counting and measuring crop...

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