Have you ever stopped to consider what is the real asset drones provide? In nearly every use case, drones provide the same thing – data. Not only do drones provide data, and lots of it, drones provide real-time data that can be used for critical operations. That’s why they are quickly becoming mission critical for our first responders.
Casey Meeks discusses this and how it applies to 5 specific industries in his Samsung’s Business Insights article “5 Industries That Will Be Changed by Unmanned Aircraft Systems.”
While all the potential use cases for UAS seem to focus on critical operations, it’s important to remember that what UAS truly produce is data — and lots of it. Many operators confess that in practical application, UAS produce more data than a human can analyze effectively. Much development is now focused on creating methods to process UAS data on board, and only alert users of potential threats so that those threats can be managed properly.
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