A radio control helicopter is one the latest innovations in the modern technology. It is a model aircraft which has some very distinct difference from the radio controlled aircraft. One of their major differences is their form and construction, their way of flying and its aerodynamics. Aerodynamics is a branch of science under fluid dynamics which focuses on the study of motions in the air especially focusing on the interactions with air and solid materials or objects.
A radio controlled helicopter as what the name implies is being controlled by remote control as it flies up high in the air. There are so many varied kinds of radio controlled helicopters ranging some very simple helicopters that can be easily maneuvered and to the very complex and hard to maneuver helicopters. However, those radio controlled helicopters having very complex maneuvers are also very hard and complex to control, but they give better aerobic capabilities and better performances than any other kinds of radio controlled helicopters. The various radio controlled helicopters are affected and being controlled by the built in small servo motors which are commonly known and called servos. Also, there is a solid state gyroscope sensor that is typically in the tail rotor to be able to withstand some strong wind and to counteract these winds without crashing down to the ground.
Just like any other full-sized helicopters, these radio controlled helicopters can cause as much as serious injuries when not operated, maneuvered and handled well. There have been incident reports regarding the radio controlled helicopters. However, these machines do not impose great danger to the people, on the part of the users, the users must be responsible when using the product and the machine. Remember that the machines would not be able to work without the humans controlling it.