Jessica Cauchard, Mohamed Khamis, Jérémie Garcia, Matjaž Kljun, Anke Brock
The field of human-drone interaction (HDI) has been steadily growing over the past few years, especially as drone technology has become increasingly present in human spaces. The Covid-19 crisis has shown that "drones were ready"  and that, beyond taking photos and videos, drones could be used for a range of novel applications, from food and medication deliveries to population monitoring and law enforcement . This crisis has highlighted the presence of drones all over the world, showing us that drones are here to stay, revolutionizing our technological habits much like cars and phones did at different times in…
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