Selecting a Profitable Drone Market to Pursue

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Selecting a Profitable Drone Market to Pursue

With more new certified drone operators each day, you might be asking yourself if career opportunities still exist. You might be wondering if you missed your window. The good news is, not by a long shot. Drone career opportunities are growing fast as new and exciting use cases are established. So which drone career opportunities are the most lucrative? The E-learning Queen recently put together her list of “Some of Today’s Most Profitable Quadcopter Drone Uses.”

Drones, in particular, quadcopters, are quickly becoming the standard way to obtain high-quality images and other data for areas that have been hard or expensive to access.

Some of Today’s Most Profitable Quadcopter Drone Uses

According to E-Learning Queen, if you have an interest in photography or imaging, then she believes you should research the following specialties.

  • Photography and 3D Imaging
  • Real Estate
  • Sales and Surveys
  • Inspections
  • Event Photography
  • Natural Disaster Photography
  • Inspections: Equipment/Operations
  • Infrared/FLIR/Multispectral Sensors

If you are still unsure after reviewing the previous list, then she continues with the following lucrative vertical recommendations.

  • Agriculture
  • Security and Surveillance
  • Environmental Condition Tracking
  • Heard Tracking (Commercial and Feral)
  • Leak Detection in Buildings
  • Identification of Hydrothermal Resources
  • Search and Rescue
  • Fugitive Gas Emission Tracking
By |2017-08-31T15:23:24-08:00July 16th, 2017|Drone Applications, Drone Industry, Drones|Comments Off on Selecting a Profitable Drone Market to Pursue

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