Drones in subcultures
It isn’t a use case — this reality is more fantastic than fiction
The history of unmanned radio control begins at the end of the 19th century. In that time Nikola Tesla demonstrated the Telautomaton radio-controlled boat. Today, its exact copy can be piloted in one of the missions of the Red Dead Redemption 2 computer game.
The drone evolution continued to evolve rapidly supported by other technical inventions and historical events
In the middle of the 20th century, Radioplane company launched the mass production of the first remotely piloted targets. Once upon a time a woman called Norma Jean worked there. But she is better known now as Marilyn Monroe.
Recently the development of the UAV industry is held back only by the imagination. Technologies worth billions of dollars and unique startups can create something unprecedented by simply combining ideas.
HIVE incorporated the best of the drone industry, automated its operation and launched the serial production of the droneports. It is a huge idea and a foundation for new opportunities
In the final opening of the Silicon Valley series, 3 drones fly by in just 10 seconds. The action takes place modern days, and the prototype of the location is a place that aspires to a fantastic future.
The entertainment industry often depicts near future. In Watch Dogs computer game the action takes place in London, where the stone paving is intact, as it is now, but drones are flying across the sky: industrial, marketing, military, cargo, security. It is a special ecosystem and every player can spend dozens of gameplayhours to try each of them.
UAVs in different forms and shapes are often on TV and computer games. Hitman, The Matrix, Fallout, The Terminator, Black Mirror - in these works UAVs are fantasies of writers and directors.
In the real world, even the most daring ideas are implemented at the Hollywood level: neural networks, automation, HIVE developments and new discoveries - truth that has no limit.
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