|For many, the term
“drone” seems to conjure images of
military use and war weaponry. As a
result, the mere thought of these
futuristic flying devices tend to pose
security and privacy concerns to several
people. When, however, unmanned aerial
vehicles (UAVs) used for defense
purposes and those that may one day may
buzz around the skies are quite
different, and in fact, may change the
Without further ado, let’s take
a look at just some of the many ways
these flying apparatuses are already
revolutionizing the world around us.
Farming is tough, and drones are
making it easier. With their aerial
abilities, farmers can now see if
their irrigation systems are
working, how their crops are
growing, even see if any of the
plants are sick by using infrared
technology. This enables farmers to
make critical decisions about where
and when to fertilize, plant or
water. Though these observations and
improvements may only equate to
cents per acre, when practiced over
thousands of acres, that can
translate into much greater amounts.
REAL ESTATE SALES
Trying to sell your house? Drones
can help. Once reserved for
luxury-home listings, aerial photos
and videos are popping up in ads for
moderately priced places, thanks to
the use of relatively inexpensive
drones — a method that grown
incredibly popular throughout
California, where the hills,
beaches, water and vineyards can
enhance even the most mundane home.
Move over still photos and open
houses, the next real estate listing
may be accompanied by a drone tour.
SAVING THE WORLD
From authorities potting
environmental violations to the EPA
testing air quality, a wide range of
scientists are using drones to keep
tabs of the environment. NASA is
even using drones to test the makeup
of the ozone. Drones used for
environmental monitoring is already
the topic of many an academic paper,
and the trend is only supposed to
get more popular. Even in Italy,
drones have been used to monitor
illegal dumping for years.
graduate student from Austria
recently took life-saving equipment
to the next level. Stefen Riegebauer
devised a system whereby drones
could deliver defibrillators to
heart attack victims much faster
than it would take an ambulance to
get there. UAVs can prove to be an
asset in time-critical situations,
such as ski patrollers using beacons
on small drones to search for buried
avalanche victims. Swift water
victims located with thermal
infrared cameras flown by drones.
Drones are used frequently used to
assess damages on homes and
buildings after large storms, this
makes it safer for contractors to
see what's going on above the
structure and roof areas.
Drones are also used in new land
development such as green ways and
parks, rivers and small streams.
Drones have many uses today and the
sky is the limit "Literally" used in
the correct way drones are will
become a very important part of the
future of technology.
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