Drones have been largely integrated into the civilian world. Thanks to fast, innovative drone technologies, drones now can be used for a variety of purposes. Here are the latest drone uses and applications in the third quarter of 2016.
One of the most popular uses is for aerial photography, such as taking great aerial footages of scenic spots and landmarks, as well as providing aerial photography services for weddings and for real estate marketing.
Drone photography can also be applied to mapping and surveying.
Another great use for drones is delivery, and the latest application for this is most noteworthy for its noble cause: saving the lives of endangered species.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) intends to use drones to scatter vaccine-coated M&Ms over the UL Bend National Wildlife Refuge in Montana to help protect the animals from a devastating disease. – Read more:
One of the most common ways that enterprises will be able to use drones will be to inspect and analyze remote or hard-to-reach structures or systems. AT&T and Intel, in separate demonstrations, put such capabilities on display. – Read more here:
Airbus […]showed off this week at the Farnborough International Airshow in England how it uses drones to inspect airplanes. The aircraft manufacturer outfitted the drone with a camera so it could take pictures of one of its airplanes and look for scratches, dents, and other damages. – Read more:
Outside the U.S., drones are more widely used, and in the U.K., 16 companies are finding great usage for their drones. See here:
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