I know why the caged drone sings

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LAS VEGAS – Drones: They come in all shapes and sizes. Some are palm sized, while others would cover your dining room table. They all share some key attributes, like four rotors, an array of sensors and, usually, cameras for shooting the ground below and even the occasional drone selfie.

And at CES 2015, they’re pretty much all caged. Outside the show floor, drones fly freely, but deep in the far reaches of the South Hall’s lower level, they’re clustered together in the sexily-named “Unmanned Systems” zone. If the drones are flying, unless they’re very, very small, they’re behind fully enclosed nets or even glass enclosures. …

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Via: Mashable: Gadgets

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