Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Kansas City Drone Overnight Lookout

For our early morning shift worker pals we share a soothing and impressive clip offering a glimpse of Kansas City after dark as seen with new tech.

Take a look:

Hopefully, more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!


Anonymous said...

Slightly less annoying than all of the helicopters that go overhead every night.

Donovan said...

Not really "tech" but far more akin to a TOY.

There is a bright side however, there are know shortage of people who crash and lose their drones constantly in KC.

I work at a building downtown and every where there are at least two drones that have wrecked on our rooftop and their owners are nowhere in sight. I've seen debate about their distance from the downtown airport and some threat of FAA fines but from what I've noticed, bad drone pilots usually don't hold on to their gizmos for very long.

Anonymous said...

How's about putting up in the air some gunfire detection drones ? With a direct link to the cops on the ground so they can catch or capp the shooters ?

KC JD said...

^^^ Actually, that's a really great idea.

Why not put the tech to better use than taking pretty pictures?

(Not that I don't appreciate the video) But it would be cool to see PD's all over this town use more drones. Would have money than using helicopters all of the time.

Anonymous said...

Well well if it isn't the OVERNIGHT PANTS SHITTING PLATOON!!!


Get some geezer rest. There's a lot of complaining to be done tomorrow!!!

Anonymous said...

Why don’t they keep drones hovering over Troost and prospect? Just fly routes south of independence avenue to 35th st and comb the side streets.

Anonymous said...

Pretty neat video and I don’t mean to be a killjoy but your not supposed to fly at night and especially not within five miles of an airport aka downtown airport and any major stadium especially during a game. I hope he got approval for those flights! I did notice the mean streets of downtown killa city were virtually empty!

BriskFX said...

It's not a drone shoot. It is a gimbal on a plane.