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In addition to drone utilization in police and military applications, drones have been used to improve efficiency in several industries. Here we list some of the industries that benefit most from using drones.
As the world continues to grow technologically, more and more advancements are implemented into the everyday lives of people and businesses alike. One particular piece of technology that’s increasing in popularity is the drone. Some people dismiss this tech item as a plaything, but it has significantly impacted several industries. If you’re wondering what some of these industries are, check out our list of five industries that use drones.
Drones in Film
The film industry is one industry that has benefited from drones. Filmmakers save money and resources by swapping out helicopters for these more compact devices. These lightweight alternatives are now common in the film industry, and they’re also used to capture important footage of concerts and festivals.
Inspections in the oil & gas industry can be a costly, dangerous job; safety is improved and quality of inspections are improved with a drone.
Drones at Oil and Gas Plants
With the ability to view potentially hazardous locations and ensure these locations are safe enough to send workers into, drones serve as an effective form of safety in the gas and oil industries.
Today, container ships transport more than 90% of all goods in the world, but it can take over a month for those goods to sail from Beijing to New York. Cargo drones could be the disruption needed in a global supply chain that has been largely unchanged since the 1950s.
Volans-i builds and operates long-range, high-payload unmanned aerial systems for various applications, such as delivery of spare parts and medical supplies.
Drones in Delivery
When it comes to deliveries, the modern age demands convenience. People across America can order items online and receive them on their doorsteps that very same day. Amazon is one retail giant that uses drones to deliver lightweight packages (only about 5 LBS) to certain locations. The health care industry is another field that often uses drones to make important deliveries—they can deliver essential medical supplies. Deliveries so far are likely to involve medical prescriptions and smaller food items. However drones have been approved for delivery of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) in emergency situations. Deliveries often involve delivery Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BLOS). Drones in shipping are being considered for heavier payloads.
Real Estate Drones | The New York Times.
Drones Real Estate
Drones are highly useful in the real estate market, especially where luxury homes are concerned. Many buildings are now advertised not only with pictures of the home’s interior, but also with detailed bird’s-eye views that can capture entire landscapes. Drones are often used in real estate to take high-quality pictures and videos of homes in order to provide sellers with an accurate picture of the property.
Drones in Agriculture
This is perhaps one of the most important industries that have benefited from drones. Drones are used in the agriculture industry to map out landscapes and send farmers information such as the condition of crops and a general index of the property. Drones can save farmers a substantial amount of time by identifying problems for them. According to AERIAL INFLUENCE, based in Elburn, Illinois, drones can analyze property for water and fertilizer efficiency; spot, seed, spray and spread fertilizer; save time with inspection of crops in the field; increase your yields by finding problems early; and create a flight plan over the field with digital on-screen mapping.
The uses for drones in the world of agriculture are limitless, according to AERIAL INFLUENCE with headquarters in Elburn, Illinois.
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