Ideal for recording videos and capturing photos. Drones are great for taking high-quality aerial photos and videos and collecting large amounts of image data. These high-resolution images can be used to create 3D maps and interactive 3D models, which have many beneficial uses. For example, 3D mapping of disaster areas can allow rescue teams to be better prepared before entering dangerous situations.
Drones can be programmed to fly over buildings and crossings, eliminating obstacles that could slow down delivery people. These obstacles are recorded in real time and routes can be pre-programmed and modified accordingly, allowing for an efficient delivery system. Authorities can search for missing children, provide tactical surveillance and monitoring of suspects, assist in accident investigations, and keep records of large meetings. They can help maintain and manage a secure infrastructure.
Bridge inspection companies have found that using drones is the best way to complete inspections of structures that are close to water. Drones have the capacity to fly to remote locations, a task that would have taken a few days for a group of builders to arrive at. Drones are also useful during insurance claims, as they are used to demonstrate construction progress. Despite their drawbacks, drones have provided incredible advances in terms of the payload of drones, the heavy load that a drone can carry.
Drones can provide blood, medicines, food and water to people in danger when access for first responders is limited by road conditions. Saving time and increasing delivery efficiency can save lives in such situations.