Airplane operators have a tough job ahead of them.
It’s a lot of responsibility, especially when it comes to getting a pilot’s plane to the right spot on a flight path that could take up to a half-hour.
But it also means there are a lot more tasks to be done than simply making sure the plane is on track.
The challenge facing aerial operators, and even pilots, isn’t just dealing with the big technical challenges that come with the job, but also dealing with some of the lesser-known but equally important issues that come from operating an aerial device.
There’s no doubt that drone technology is making drone operators more and more powerful and complex.
But what happens when you add an additional layer of complexity to the equation, one that can’t be solved by a single drone operator?
In this article, we take a look at the pros and cons of flying a drone on a given flight path and what it takes to get it to the spot it needs to be.