A Look at the New Drones at CES 2016
If you took a stroll through the "Unmanned Systems Marketplace" at CES 2016 and saw the multitude of drone manufacturers hawking their wares, you'd think that drones are poised to go mainstream this year. And you might be right. Some of those products will go on to become highly successful in 2016. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) was even on site to register attendees' drones.
The leaders in the category (to date) had some news to share. Parrot introduced Disco, an ultra-light wing-shaped drone that is controlled by autopilot "with no learning process," said the company.