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If you see an unmanned aerial vehicle flying overhead, it is much more likely looking at local topography or...

Originally shared by Gary Mortimer

If you see an unmanned aerial vehicle flying overhead, it is much more likely looking at local topography or searching for a hiker than spying on you, according to Tad McGeer, owner of Aerovel, a company specializing in unmanned aerial vehicles, commonly called drones.

Many people believe, McGeer, said, that “if you put a camera on an unmanned aircraft, somehow it’s sinister and dangerous.”
http://www.suasnews.com/2013/03/21881/insitu-founder-speaks-to-lawmakers-about-drones/

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