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I can pretty much guarantee you that local governments and taxpayers are going to love drones too, considering the helicopters they now have to use for aero-searches cost $1,700,000.00 and a drone, which can do the same things, only more safely, cost approximately $40,000.00
AeroVironment engineers have been secretly testing a miniature helicopter named Qube, which features four whirling rotors that can lift it as high as 200 feet above ground and a sophisticated video camera.
The new drone weighs a little over 5lbs, fits in a car trunk and is controlled remotely by a tablet computer.
Compared to a normal sized helicopter currently used by law enforcement agencies that can cost as much as $1.7million, the Qube drone comes with a modest $40,000 price tag.