If you are using an electric motorcycle, then you can also deliver the charged battery packs. However, their weight should be very less here.
Honda Motorcycle Drone
Honda is working on a very strange technology where the drone will be tied to your motorcycle. The Japan automaker has recently filed a patent application where the bike-mounted drone has been revealed. According to the information, your drone will fly in the sky as soon as you give the command to the motorcycle, then when you have to call it back, it will come back and fit itself on your bike.
However, it was not clear in this patent what the work of such technology is. But after this it was told that this kind of technology can be useful for you in many ways. Actually, the drone will be a small box on the back of your bike. When you do not want to use a drone, you can remove that box.
Will work like this
While driving a motorcycle, if you feel that you have to record your journey or capture the surrounding view in your drone, then you can immediately give a command to your drone. On giving the command, it will come out of the box and will fly in the sky. Many experts also say that such drones can go ahead of you and find out what the estimates of the accident are. At the same time, they can give you information about traffic jams, bad roads and other things.
At the same time, if you are using an electric motorcycle, then you can also deliver the charged battery packs. However, their weight should be very low here.
Here also the question arises that how will a drone be launched from a moving bike, then how will it come back to the bike at such a speed. However, it has not been clear so far because information about their patents has not been given in the patent. But in the future, this content can prove to be a boon for creators, filmmakers and YouTubers.
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