Unmanned surveillance drones: They’re not just for war zones any more.
In fact, they’re coming soon to a city, town or sheriff’s office near you.
The FAA predicts 30,000 drones overhead by 2020 after Congress passed an FAA Reauthorization Act in February ordering the FAA to fast-track introduction of drones into American airspace.
They’ll have many good uses, of course: looking for lost kids, missing hikers and adults with Alzheimer’s, fighting forest fires, monitoring our borders, and so on.
But that’s not all.