I saw that they've gotten a patent on that thing. Good for them. However, I would think that they might have a bit of trouble getting clearance from the FAA.
Yup. ''Tis going to be an interesting transition period. If the Blimps are suppose to hover at 45,000 feet and drop drones that start up on their own power at around 5,000 feet.. no fly zones are the only possible accommodation. Though honestly I don't really see that being an issue. The majority of land in the US never sees a commercial plane flying directly overhead. I give it 5 years.
You may well be right. I'll be eagerly waiting to see how this plays out.
Oh I think you should... It sounds like a lot of fun...
Oh Cezar... try flying a drone before you give me the frown face. :)
That is a wary smiley.