“I thought of this a few days prior after flying some test runs with my drone/Quadrocopter. I noticed the leafs flying around and was giddy like a little kid.”
– Mike Schreurs
Oh, and in case you’re wondering, Mike swears that the broken rake was just a coincidence.
The use of drones throughout society has been both entertaining and enlightening. As for Mike’s idea to use a drone to sweep up leaves during the fall season, I’d not only categorize it as both entertaining and enlightening, but equally ingenious! According to Mike, he also believes that drones may serve other interesting purposes as well, such as cattle herding. Though he notes that, given the loud noise that drones are currently known for, there’s very little else that can be done (drone deliveries being the exception).
That shouldn’t be a problem though, as I’m sure the future will soon acquire an entire assortment of drones which will vary in size, shape, and sound. Of course, that’ll all depend on whether the FAA uses its regulatory powers for the good (the safe proliferation of drone technology) or the bad (the eventual destruction of drone technology).
Photo Credit: Mike Schreurs