Robots Save Humans from Dangerous Jobs Robots and drones are stepping in to help humans. Their efficiency and versatility have made them useful in disaster relief and in industrial work. Compared to standard manned aerial inspection, these devices are less costly, easier to navigate, and safer for operators because they can go where humans cannot.
Planting Seeds of Efficiency: Robots and Drones on the Range The future of farming lies in sensors, cameras, robotics, and automation. Precision farming and Smart Ag 4.0 technologies help growers simultaneously address the increasing demand for food and the labor shortage.
Drones Deliver Vital Supplies and Fill Delivery Gap During Pandemic Use of unmanned aircraft is on the rise as health care facilities require ever more protective gear and medical supplies. With the promise of contactless delivery, drone developers can also bring relief to quarantined populations that struggle to find safe delivery of food and medical supplies and provide protection for delivery personnel.
The Vision of Aerospace in 2050: The Way to What’s Next Even though the aerospace industry hit a rough patch during the pandemic, companies are staying focused on the long game. An in-depth study from the Aerospace Industries Association predicts a future world with widespread urban air mobility, supersonic travel, and space becoming increasingly accessible, all underpinned by artificial intelligence and connected IoT.
Insurance Companies Transform their Claims Process with Drones The commercial use of drone technology by the insurance industry is ticking upwards. According to PwC, drones could replace over $127 billion worth of human labor and services, with the insurance industry accounting for $6.8 billion of that total.
Commercial Drones Are the New Search and Rescue Rangers Emergency response groups across the globe have incorporated drones into their search and rescue mission processes and preventative programs to address the rising risk of natural disasters.