It may sound like a dream, but it’s a little hard to get people excited about the technology.
But that’s exactly what a drone deal looks like.
If you’ve got an idea for a drone, you could be the first one to get in on the action.
That’s why the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is considering issuing guidelines that would make it easier for companies to bid on a drone that is a part of their business.
The FAA is also proposing to regulate drone technology to ensure it’s not used for commercial purposes.
But what about drones for use by law enforcement?
Well, drones could become the most important weapon in law enforcement’s arsenal.
The Department of Justice’s Cyber Division has already started using drones to conduct surveillance, and the National Guard is working on a project to use drones to shoot down drones that fly over the country.
“The FBI is very interested in drone technology, and we’re working closely with them on drones for law enforcement,” Chris Davis, deputy director of the FBI’s Cyber Center, told Business Insider.
“It’s something we can look at in a really long term way, and ultimately, it could help us with our investigations.”
In many ways, drones are a natural extension of what police officers already do.
They use drones for aerial surveillance, as well as surveillance, crowd control, and other tasks.
And the technology is already being used in other industries, like construction.
The FBI is currently working on building an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to monitor the movement of protesters at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota.
The drone would be used to monitor protesters as they gather to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline.
And in the coming months, the FBI will start working with drone companies to make drones that can shoot down people that are flying drones in populated areas.
This would help police officers better control protesters in areas where drones are already used to surveil.
In addition to drones for police, the FAA has also proposed rules for drones for businesses.
The rules are being called the Commercial Use of Drone Rules, and they would apply to drone use in industries such as retail, manufacturing, entertainment, and food services.
The agency wants to ensure that drones are used for legitimate commercial purposes, such as “delivering goods, services, and facilities.”
And the rules would also include a ban on drones being used for “commercial, recreational, or other non-therapeutic purposes.”
But there are other types of drones that would still be subject to FAA regulations.
The most obvious way drones could be used for business purposes is in medical and medical imaging, according to Davis.
A drone could be a crucial part of medical imaging.
This could be because the FAA’s rules do not explicitly allow drones to use medical images, but they do give companies the right to apply for exemptions.
The issue here is that drones already are being used to conduct medical imaging of the human body.
For example, drones have been used to take pictures of the heart, lungs, and blood vessels.
These images could help doctors diagnose and treat a patient.
But drones could also be used in the field for other things.
For instance, a drone could capture and scan images of a person’s blood, to help a doctor identify blood clots.
The technology is also being used by some private businesses, such a grocery store, to sell items to customers without using a doctor.
The biggest difference is that the FAA would require that a drone be used solely for the purpose of surveillance.
In other words, the company must be using the drone to get at a specific person, and not for the company’s own purposes.
In practice, though, drones would likely be used more as security cameras, surveillance devices, or for entertainment purposes.
“This will be a new and exciting area for drones,” said Greg Bauder, an attorney with Davis and his team.
“We have an entire industry of drone manufacturers already operating in this space.”
For instance in California, drones used for the filming of fireworks can be registered as “commercial photography.”
But the FAA is trying to prevent these drones from being used as weapons.
This is because, according the agency, drones can be used by terrorists, criminals, or anyone else that poses a threat.
The rule also would also allow for the registration of drones as weapons in cases where the operator of the drone is a law enforcement officer.
But for now, drones still will be regulated by the FAA, and there are no plans to regulate drones for commercial use.
So for now it’s hard to say what drone companies will do with drones.
And there’s still a lot to learn about drones and the laws they might be used under.
But the more companies look at drones, the more they will have an idea about how they might use them for the betterment of society.
“I think drones are going to be the next big thing,” Davis said.
“And it’s going to open a lot of doors.”