Posted September 29, 2021 03:00:37There’s been some controversy surrounding the new Ace Pilot drone, but there’s some good news: it’s already flying.
The FAA recently granted permission to build a prototype drone for the U.S. military, which is part of a program that is aimed at getting the technology to pilots in the next year or so.
The first prototype of the drone was released in March, and a second is scheduled to be delivered in July 2021.
The drone is expected to fly autonomously in urban areas and be able to deliver packages by parachute.
The new drone is supposed to be capable of flying at speeds up to 30 mph, which could allow it to make it to cities in a matter of minutes.
It is also expected to be able carry payloads of up to 3,000 pounds.
The unmanned aircraft has the potential to be more capable than other drones on the market, as it will be able fly in areas that are far from populated areas, and it will also have a much longer range.
The company that designed the drone has also said that it has a plan to deliver its drone in the U, Canada and South America, where it will likely have a more significant presence than in the US.
There are a lot of questions regarding the drone, as there are still a lot unanswered questions regarding its safety and capabilities.
The pilotless drone has not yet been announced.