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May 22, 2020 | Aerospace & Defense
Unmanned aerial vehicles, also known as the drone has become a very useful technology for many organizations and corporations. The benefits offered by technology is unfathomable. Tech-savvy around the world are finding innovative techniques to utilize the technology up to the hilt.
In the initial days, the UAVs were only used by the military. However, with the increasing accessibility of drones, it won’t be long, before the brimming of UVAs in the civil domain will create exciting opportunities for the Unmanned aerial vehicles industry.
A Quantum Leap in the precision of Inertial Measurement Units (IMUs) and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) has escalated and created new prospects for UAVs. The digitally upgraded & readied cameras and highly advanced miniature sensors have eased the transmission of data. UAVs today, are capable and equipped of flying at a low altitude while capturing the accurate descriptions at a higher resolution.
Besides, climate change and poaching have been a major stumbling block for environmentalists and conservationists. Propitiously, with the improvement in drone technology, it is now manageable to keep track of the global ecosystems through geospatial imagery along with the combination of innovative methods for research and protection. For instance, a headcount of ColoradoSandhill cranes (Grus Canadensis) was accomplished in only four hours at Fort Collins Science Center. The biologists counted 14,000 sandhill cranes with the help of a modified former military drone. Furthermore, many organizations have embraced the use of drones and thus supported the conservation drone project. Some of the organizations are the World Wildlife Fund, National Geographic, Philly Zoo, Dronemapper, and DIYDrones.
Introduction of Powerful UAVs for Every Practical Use
The introduction of powerful UAVs has brought in a massive change in nearly every sector. The military and defense sector has been using drones for over a decade, which is also called combat drones. For instance, according to the Department of the Navy report, there was at least a single UAV airborne in Iraq at all times during the desert storm. On October 7, 2001, the first kill by an American UAV in Kandahar was recorded. Ever since the united states has invested heavily in the development of combat drones and also increased their drone strikes against targets in foreign countries. Apart from the defense, the UAVs are used for several other purposes.
Below Mentioned are Some of the Sectors that Employ UAVs:
Conclusion: Improvement in Spatial Accuracy to Steadfast UAVs Application
The increasing demand for unmanned aerial vehicles for advanced patrolling of marine borders will spur opportunities for the Unmanned aerial vehicles market in defense. The improvement in spatial accuracy of drones will spike up demand for commercial and civil applications such as agriculture, area mapping, search & rescue, and personal use. In addition, technological innovations and advances in drone technology will amplify the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) market potential. For instance, the global unmanned aerial vehicle market is expected to reach USD 27.40 Billion by 2026, exhibiting a CAGR of 12.54 %.
Name-AMAN SINGH GANDHI
Aman is presently working as a content writer at Fortune Business Insights. His key focus is to deliver quality content to his audience. He specializes in blog writing, articles, and press releases. As a writer, he believes in learning and exploring different areas to communicate with his readers in the most effective manner.