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What began as a tool for the different branches of the military has now filtered down into civil, commercial, and even consumer-level uses.
Drones can fly where helicopters can’t and operate on a far more reasonable budget, making the benefits more accessible than ever. Goldman Sachs reported over $17 billion dollars spent in the US on drones and drone-related tech between 2017 and 2021.
Drones can do more than just capture amazing high-quality photographs. Some are equipped to help first responders fight fires and track illegal activities. They help insurance adjusters and city governments survey damages after a natural disaster.
They allow engineers to monitor pipelines, wires, and hubs without costly helicopter fuel and staffing. They allow farmers to monitor the state and progress of crops and livestock without walking every square acre.
Today, we even have drones that content creators use to feed their viewers new and exciting content every week. The uses for drone capabilities are nearly limitless. What’s yours?