We see it all the time. We see it when we are watching movies and television. We see it when we are looking at magazine ads. We even see it when we are watching our favorite travel vlogs. Whether we know it or not, we are seeing the work of drones more and more; and, If you are working in construction, real estate, or the agricultural industries, you will be seeing drones coming to work even further.
Drones are being used to advance many industries behind the scenes, that most do not even know how fast drone industry is growing. A farmer would take added hours to figure out which part of their field needs further fertilization. Now with the help of thermal cameras and drone software a farmer is able to quickly fly their entire field to get accurate and reliable data. Tracking dangerous storms, delivering packages, and creating geographic readings and 3D images are all being advanced with the use of drones. Business Insider had this to say about the rising drone industry:
Commercial usage of drones is gaining steady momentum and has become the talk of the hour, as multiple industries are working with drones as part of their daily regular business functions. The market for commercial and civilian drones will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19% between 2015 and 2020, compared with 5% growth on the military side, according to BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service.
With the drone industry growing so rapidly, companies are jumping on the bandwagon before they get left behind. Every titan in their industry is looking into how they can use drones to further their business.
If you are a small business, you can jump in on these game changing innovations. Using drones to help you create quality content and advertisement is just one of the many ways that a drone can help. Realtors can use drones to provide live streaming for an open house to help during these times of social distancing. A restaurant can show their menu creatively on their website and social media platforms. This lets people at home know they are still open for business.
As it becomes cheaper to customize commercial drones, the door will be opened to allow new functionality in a wide array of niche spaces. Sophisticated drones could soon be doing everyday tasks like fertilizing crop fields on an automated basis, monitoring traffic incidents, surveying hard-to-reach places, or even delivering pizzas.
Industries that have not been as affected by COVID may also benefit. A construction company may use a drone company and their software to get a complete 3D mapping of a project site. Search & Rescue and EMS applications are also a possibility, especially when it comes to natural disasters. When forest fires are at your doorstep, quick deployment of drones to locate a route to safety can be key.
Here, at Boundless Drone Services, we are dedicated to helping your small business getting a jump on this growing technology. Just because your business is small doesn't mean it cannot be apart of the next big thing! Contact us today to find out how drones can help take your business to the next level.