Since the DJI launched an accessible drone to the public, Phantom, the drone sales exploded among the general public. Being previously used mostly for military purposes, with the advances in technology and lower prices for their manufacturing in China, drones suddenly became a part of our everyday life. Can you recall a day when you were walking in a park near your home or were visiting a place when unexpectedly a drone would appear to take some aerial shots? Many are buying drone because they are fascinated by drone photography and videos that they are able to record from the air. But others saw a great opportunity in different industries besides beautiful aerial photography. It has been estimated by BI Intelligence that the market for commercial drones will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19% between 2015 and 2020. It is important to notice that in most countries worldwide it is required to have a drone pilot license
to fly a drone.