The Future of Drones

The Future of Drones

As the technology behind drones continues to evolve, the drones themselves are becoming more complex and sophisticated. The next generation of drones are expected to provide more features, including 4K video and 360deg gimbals. In addition, these advanced drones will feature more sophisticated instrumentation and intelligent piloting modes. Several companies are developing small drones to get a closer look at how these new toys work. For example, sells an inexpensive, entry-level drone for under $100.

As more companies and governments invest in drone technology, the applications of this technology are endless. It can increase work efficiency, reduce workload, and reduce production costs, while boosting accuracy, customer relations, and security on a large scale. Additionally, drones can be used for scientific research, aerial surveillance, cargo transportation, and thermal energy production. Drones have the potential to change the way people do business. If you’re in the industry that relies on aerial inspections, drones could be the perfect solution.

Companies have also started using drones for delivery. Companies such as A


mazon are testing this technology, and are even looking into ways to send drones to deliver goods instead of using drivers. Amazon is even advertising its future “Prime Air” service that will deliver packages in under 30 minutes. The company has also applied to the FAA for the use of drones for delivery, and performed its first delivery in the UK in December 2016.