The use of predator drones has revolutionized surveillance overseas and along both U.S. borders. Now local law enforcement hope the extra eyes in the skies will keep the public safer.
When you think about drones, you might think about large unmanned aircraft flying high above their targets, often costing millions of dollars to build.
A new generation of drones is hitting the market, often about the size of a kite and a fraction of the cost of other surveillance methods such as helicopters.
The T-Hawk is only about 17 pounds.
The defense company Honeywell, which is based in Phoenix, makes the T-Hawk and is marketing it to police departments around the U.S...