Drones And The Disciplines They Have Changed

Drones And The Disciplines They Have Changed

Drones are definitely a transformative technology and we still don’t know the full impact that they will have on society of tomorrow. Today they have already changed a number of disciplines.

Drone and related technologies are becoming standard tools used in a wide array of disciplines including, without limitation, media, film, journalism, agriculture, construction, engineering and emergency management. Institutions offering coursework in these disciplines have an obligation to provide students with up-to-date training and education.

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In some of the disciplines listed above, the use-cases are clear. For example, media, film and journalism all take advantage of the new perspectives that drone based cameras can capture. In other disciplines, it may not be a straight forward to connect the dots. In the field of agriculture, drones can complement other data collection methods to enrich the effectiveness of precision agriculture.

Regardless of which discipline, there is one shared quality, every drone used will require a trained drone operator. That’s why legal, commercial drone operators are in such high demand. If you want to be part of the coming drone revolution, then you need to get proper drone training. You have a window of opportunity to get trained now; enroll in best drone university in the usa, enroll in Drone Universities.

By |2017-08-31T15:23:47-07:00March 17th, 2016|Aerial Photography/Videography, Drone Agriculture/Farming, Drone Applications, Drone Education, Drones, Journalism, Opinion|Comments Off on Drones And The Disciplines They Have Changed

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Sam Estrin
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