Drones are now a powerful tool for police officers, firefighters and emergency workers. Not only can they track down criminals, they can also assist in search and rescue missions, locate missing children and help to find stolen property.
Even though they are an amazing resource, they are vulnerable in ways that may surprise you. Do you know where the parts for the majority of drones are made and assembled? It isn’t in the U.S. Often times they are made in countries that do not have the United States’ best interests at heart. In fact, in this day and age, it is easy to install a virtually undetected microscopic device that could spy or potentially do some serious damage to a drone user.