International Drone Day - 07 May.

Every year on the first Saturday in May, International Drone Day celebrates all things related to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV). It’s also a day for drone enthusiasts to convince the world that drones are good. 

Drones are a type of aircraft that are controlled by a pilot. The catch is that the pilot is not actually inside the aircraft. Instead, the pilot is controlling the aircraft on the ground via a remote control. Drones are becoming quite popular throughout the world. 

People use drones for following tasks.

  • Take aerial photographs and videos
  • Deliver supplies 
  • Take amazing selfies 
  • Race other drones 
  • Gather data 
  • Monitor property

Many people also just have drones for the fun of it. While many people love drones, some say they should be banned from personal use. They argue that drones can be used to spy on people or to steal information. Others say drones mess up air travel. 

David Oneal got his first drone in 2014. Because of the lack of information about drones for personal use on the Internet, he decided to start his own video show. He called it “That Drone Show.” He, along with other drone enthusiasts, created International Drone Day. It was their goal to convince the world that drones are good. The first event was held in May 2015. It has been held on the first Saturday of May ever since. 

Source: https://nationaldaycalendar.com


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