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The uses for drones are constantly expanding as new sensors and software are being implemented. We've covered uses for public safety including Police, Firefighting, and Search and Rescue. The uses certainly do not stop there. One of the most rapidly expanding drone industries is the use of drones for construction.
This infographic shows the top 6 uses for Police drones.
Drones equipped with spraying equipment and near-infrared sensors will be the future of farming. Drones provide farmers with a greater visual inspection tool to monitor changes in crop health and livestock management
Drones are quickly becoming the most widely used tool for many industries. From Police and Fire Departments to farming collectives, drones have become essential to boosting safety and productivity. Search and Rescue is among the industries heavily affected by the use of drones. Search times can be significantly reduced while limiting potential risk to the party being rescued as well as rescuers. So what are the things that make drones such a great tool for SAR?
News about drones inhibiting fire fighting crews is everywhere. While it is true that irresponsible use of UAVs is a major problem for fire departments around the world, the responsible use of this technology can also be greatly beneficial to firefighting efforts.
The day has come! DSLRPros recently received our first Matrice 210 from DJI. The customer that particular unit was shipping to needed it quickly for damage assessment in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, so we wanted to make sure it was ready to go as soon as he received it. As with any brand new aircraft, there were a few kinks that needed to be sorted out.
Drones are quickly becoming a widely used tool by many public safety agencies. Fire Departments, Emergency Management Services, and yes Police Departments. If you live in a large city, there's a high chance you've seen police helicopters in the sky before. The cost of owning and operating a manned helicopter is high, now imagine that large noisy expensive helicopter being replaced by a much smaller, quieter, and less costly aircraft. That aircraft is a drone.