We’re a nation in love with drones.
These camera-carrying drones are now filling our skies, capturing sights never seen before. They now help film our movies, patrol our streets, and keep watch at our borders.
As these drones multiply so do our concerns over surveillance and safety. How much is too much?
Fusion’s Mariana van Zeller goes deep inside the world of drones in Drone Nation.
Part I: Cashing in on the business of drones
Part II: Are drones watching you?
Roberto Daza and Angela Barajas
Mariana van Zeller
Julia Soto and Darwin Phillips
Director of Photography
Trent Siggard, Norman Sidney,
Hector Viloro, Roberto Daza, and Pablo Garcia
Merielen Burbano, Yoana Barciela, and Marco Diaz
Gregory Kershaw, Sam Dublin, and Angela Barajas
Read more of Fusion’s coverage on drones:
- A glimpse into how eco-drones are changing environmental research for the better
- Drones gone wild: A supercut of the most epic drone fails
- How Mexico is becoming the drone capital of Latin America
- Enrique Iglesias’ hand is the first casualty of the war between drones and humans
- These guys are using drones to fight poachers in Africa
- Drones could change life as we know it in America – once we get over our fear of them