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Drone Devices

Ever since the first birth of electronic gadgets, technology has continually advanced. One of the most prominent players in this advancement is drones. Despite that fact that these flying contraptions have existed for years, it is just recently that they are now for sale on the market as commercial drone devices.

But what exactly are drones? Some people are still not quite aware what drones are. This article walks you through what these flying contraptions called drones are and what are some of the present uses of these devices.

What are Drones?

Drones are formally known as UAVs or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. Before drone devices today are in use for commercial purposes, they are originally in association with military intelligence gathering and target practice. They are only popular in Japan as an aid in their agricultural endeavours.

Now, due to the popularity and public intrigue, companies have developed drones that are for taking pictures, aerial inspections, and more. Unknowingly, this started a revolution that will forever have a mark in the history of digital technology.

What is the Recent Status of Drone Use Today?

Unlike before, drone devices have evolved and are now in use in so many ways that the UAVs before are now just shadows of the past. Today, you can find drones used for search and rescue missions, especially those that involve collapsed buildings, dangerous terrains, and more. Drones are also in use for surveillance for traffic and weather.

On the more personal note, photography and videography enthusiasts have also found great use for drones. In fact, when you scour the web today, it is not quite rare to see pictures or videos taken from a panoramic aerial view. These pictures came to being because of drones.

Because of the popularity of these devices, more and more electronic companies have invested into the production of drones. In fact, the competition is so high that now and then, you’ll see more and more features added to drones to beat the competitors. Of course, this competition between merchants and manufacturers have caused a buzz in the drone enthusiast community with drone addicts purchasing the latest models of drone devices here and there.

In the education sector, drones also have a significant impact. In fact, the impact is so great that academic degrees related to drone building, operating, marketing, and a lot more actually came to be. Shortly, who knows, more and more courses will soon be implemented to cater to the demand for services related to drones.

Droneworxs
Tony is our CASA accredited Chief Remote Drone Pilot. His role is to oversee and authorise all Company unmanned aerial operations before they leave the ground. , Having an immense background in Military aviation with the Royal New Zealand Airforce (RNZAF) he is a qualified Aircraft engineer who has worked on many military fixed and rotary wing aircraft and remotely piloted aircraft. His passion,and diverse experience in all things aviation related, place him in a position to ensure the safest and most reliable outcomes are achieved each and every time our unmanned aircraft systems take to the skies.