Drone was first used by Militaries as a weapon of warfare, initial use of the technology in reconnaissance and ground attack roles. But over time, drones or UAV’s has been and is currently in use in various sectors of the economy, the most apparent application is the exact service that Drone provides: the use of drones for aerial photography and videography. From real estate to construction, telecom to insurance, Drone application is the #1 aerial imagery provider in the drone space.
Whether you call them Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), Miniature Pilotless Aircraft or Flying Mini Robots, drones are rapidly growing in popularity.
The future of drone in different sectors goes thus;
- It’s likely that drones will improve search and rescue efforts. If someone is lost in the wilderness or another potentially dangerous environment, a drone equipped with a camera and infrared sensors can locate them and get rescue teams to them much quicker than in the past. Drones that have a long flight range will be particularly helpful in this scenario and will undoubtedly save many lives.
- Drones would be able to get relief supplies to victims of a variety of natural disasters far quicker than any other method.
- Drones can cost-effectively fly over sweeping plots of agriculture, and there are cameras that are able to detect patches of insects or other problems that may be threatening the crops.
- Drones are increasingly becoming a part of life in the civilian world, if you have a medical emergency or become stranded somewhere, it may be a drone that renders assistance or helps rescuers find you. Whether they are used for business, rescue, environmental, humanitarian or recreational reasons, drones will be a ubiquitous part of our world.
Drones have a wide variety of uses, with this technology representing the future for many industries.