Drone future
A personal project by Dale Rogers to determine current trends in drone use. For the purpose of this data collection drones are broadly defined as unmanned autonomous systems. Your responses will be compiled into a report and infographic describing the current and future aspirations of drone users, makers, developers and industry insiders. Your information will be published by me on LinkedIn and Facebook to help you be better informed of drone trends. All information you provide will not be used for any other purpose except the research, report and infographic previously mentioned. I am not asking for personal information. To get find out the results from this research feel free to email me directly on hello@dalerogers.com.au or check in with Facebook or LinkedIn where the data and report will be published.

When responding you should consider the questions only to refer to the next twelve months (2018)

What is your interest in drones? *
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly Agree
I'm interested in drones for personal use.
I'm interested in drones in business.
What is your expertise in drones? *
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly Agree
I comment on drones.
I develop drone software.
I operate drones.
I develop drone hardware.
I provide drone services.
I make drones.
What industry do you use drones in? *
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly Agree
Hobby/Enthusiast
Horticulture
Mapping
Logistics
Racing
Research
Surveying
Media
Photography
Sports Television
Emergency Services
Farming
Warehousing
Inspection
Forestry
Entertainment
Cinematography
What autonomous platforms are you involved in? *
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly Agree
I'm involved in rockets.
I'm involved in helicopters.
I'm involved in walkers/rollers/other ground movement.
I'm involved in submarine.
I'm involved in multicopters.
I'm involved in planes.
i'm involved in boats.
I'm involved in rovers.
I'm involved in orbital or sub-orbital vehicles.
What do you think will happen to drones in 2018? *
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly Agree
Drones aren't useful. The technology is not good enough yet.
Drones are a fad, some new technology will take off soon.
Drones will become very affordable, everyone will be able to buy one.
Drones will have much greater capacity, they will be able to operate for an hour or more.
Drones will become very usable, they will be easy to maintain and operate.
Drones will be mainly a professional tool, people won't use them for personal use.
Drones will be banned, the government bans drones due to risk to society
Drones will become very capable, they will be able to do all sorts of tasks.
Drones will become very common, everyone will have one.
Drones will be just for cameras and video, only people taking selfies will use them.
Drones will make deliveries, this will become normal.
What do you think are drone problems? *
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly Agree
Drones will be used to kill people.
Drones will become a nuisance.
Drones will be used to monitor people.
Drones will be used to break the law.
Drone swarms are frightening
Drones will contribute to environmental degradation.
Drones will hurt people because of manufacturing faults.
Drone batteries will blow up.
Drones will go out of control and do something unexpected.
Drones will become very dangerous to manned aircraft.
Drones will be used for smuggling.
Drones will be a security threat.
Drones will become a big privacy problem.
Drones will take jobs away from people.
Drones will crash into people.
Drones will be hard to regulate.
What do you think are drone opportunities *
Strongly Disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly Agree
Drones will make many tasks safer.
Drones will make deliveries faster.
Drones will create new jobs.
Drones will find lost people.
Drones will assist people with disability.
Drones will reduce the use of herbicides and pesticides.
Drones will do dangerous tasks.
Drones will make society more secure.
Drones will deliver medicine.
Drones will help identify problems.
Drones will perform repetitive or tedious tasks.
Drones will help us understand the environment better.
Do you have any comments on the drone industry in 2018
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The next section is about technology that makes drones work. If you don't know much about how drones work on the inside, feel free to skip to the regulatory questions
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