As early as 2005, a study of UAV crashes suggested that improved interfaces may reduce the number of accidents. The fact is, there's no reason to fly a drone with a joystick. That is a holdover from Air Force practices, and while it makes a lot of sense for an on-board pilot, so much of drone flight is automated that simpler, human-proof interfaces are better. Hence the recommendation of workplace ergonomic standards--while the drones themselves are more complicated than regular cube farm tasks, piloting them shouldn't be. Adopting and adapting to the mundane of an office might be the least cool thing for drone pilots to do, but it's also the most fiscally responsible.