Do you know what drones can do? Let’s get into the details!
The most classy selfie tool
There is no doubt that unmanned aerial vehicles have brought us a new perspective in the field of aerial photography, but the occasions used to shoot landscapes are far greater than those for selfies. Therefore a mini drone is good enough for those who love selfies.
London restaurant sells sushi with drones
A Japanese restaurant in London began to try to deliver sushi to its customers with drones. Two built-in cameras are installed in the drone so that employees can operate the drone through iPad in the store.
In the United States, there are about 4 million miles of highways. The Federal Highway Administration has allocated $75,000 for research on drone inspections of roads and bridges, laser mapping and alarm handling of traffic accidents.
Outdoor First Aid
The Dutchman Alex Momont envisioned a drone for first aid. It serves the elderly with heart disease-when they fall down with cardiovascular disease and others are at a loss, this drone will fly to the elderly with first aid drugs and equipment, which is convenient for others to perform first aid.
Track oil leakage
Precision Hawk, a manufacturer of commercial unmanned aerial vehicles, recently developed unmanned aerial vehicle that can help ecologists or petrol companies collect water samples to help them conduct ecological research or track petrol leaks.
Unmanned aerial vehicle delivery
Amazon unmanned aerial vehicle plans to deliver books, food, and other small items directly to the customers by the drone according to GPS navigation.
Unmanned aerial vehicle mine clearance
The mines left behind after the civil war in Bosnia and Herzegovina will still cause damage from time to time until now. It is said that there are still about 120,000 mines buried underground in this country. The team of unmanned aerial vehicle company CATUAV, the space service company Telespazio and the European Space Agency are trying to use the safe and efficient way of unmanned aerial vehicles to conduct aerial detection in areas where mines may exist.
In terms of disaster relief, unmanned aerial vehicles can also be widely used. They can enter some dangerous areas to find survivers, such as post-earthquake or nuclear radiation areas, to complete some dangerous things instead of humans.
Prevent illegal fishing
Belize in Latin America is known as “coral paradise”, but illegal fishing in these years has seriously caused marine ecology and surrounding mangrove to be destroyed. On July this year, the local ministry of fishing and the wilanimal life protection organization jointly Conservation Drones planned to use unmanned aerial vehicle to monitor the nearby sea area and use real-time videos taken by unmanned aerial vehicles, relevant departments can know in time where illegal fishing activities exist and take immediate actions to stop these activities.
In addition to the above, there are more use scenarios for unmanned aerial vehicles. Whether it is used for entertainment and life or applied to more professional fields, I believe the UAV tool still has great potential, and I look forward to more surprises in the future.