As per Mark Zuckerberg’s post on Facebook,“Over the next year we’re going to keep testing Aquila – flying higher and longer, and adding more planes and payloads. It’s all part of our mission to connect the world and help more of the 4 billion people who are not online access all the opportunities of the internet” Facebook has finally launched it personal drone. The drone took a flight of 96 minutes approximate. The drone flew for about 2,150 feet above sea level. But Facebook expects it to fly between 60,000 and 90,000 feet for as long as 90 days consecutively. The drone will work by using laser techniques which will send away direct signals to the headquarters, where the news will be reported online. It has a boomerang shape and weights for about 1000 pounds. The main aim of the company is to provide internet access to 4 billion people around the globe.

AQUILA By Facebook Passes It’s First Test Drive

As per Mark Zuckerberg’s post on Facebook,“Over the next year, we’re going to keep testing Aquila – flying higher and longer and adding more planes and payloads. It’s all part of our mission to connect the world and help more of the 4 billion people who are not online access all the opportunities of the internet”

Facebook has finally launched it a personal drone. The drone took a flight of 96 minutes approximate. The drone flew for about 2,150 feet above sea level. But Facebook expects it to fly between 60,000 and 90,000 feet for as long as 90 days consecutively.

The drone will work by using laser techniques which will send away direct signals to the headquarters, where the news will be reported online. It has a boomerang shape and weights for about 1000 pounds. The main aim of the company is to provide internet access to 4 billion people around the globe.

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