Link Logger , if you, by posting your last three in a row solo posts here, try to sell your drones to us or recruit new drone pilots, you're in a wrong place. And this forum is not a billboard for your selling pitch. It's just getting ridiculous to see all that spam, don't you think?
Meanwhile, I'll just repeat the question, that you've avoided to answer:
Sorry not selling drones, and not looking for drone pilots, but trying to educate people that this technology is moving far faster then most people could even imagine in so many ways. I am one who agrees with James Burke in that unless people understand what is going on with technology, they won't be able to understand where its going or be able to influence it. In a few short years drones are going to be everywhere and doing a lot of things, some things you might like and some you might not, but once the cat gets out of the bag, it ain't going back in it.
Blake -- Vendor: Author of Link Logger which is a traffic analysis and firewall logging tool
Not every new technology should or will survive. For example, in past century some folks were excited to see how their feet fit new shoes right in the shop. Of course, later they discovered, that the X-ray, while being a new and "wonderful" technology (as some, selling it, pitched that at the time), could be very dangerous... But wisdom usually comes after an excitement.
While policing us from the sky could, for some, seem "exciting" new technology, I'm confident that people don't want to see new drones starting falling from the sky right on their heads... -- Keep it simple, it'll become complex by itself...