What is mean by drone?
A Drone is a small piece of a flying object operated by remote control. The Remote can be anything like a normal remote or a dedicated mobile app or even a computer.
The following are the areas where Drones are employed currently.
Photography & Live Telecasting:
The first and foremost use of Drone is for Photography and Live Telecasting. Many of you might have seen the Cricket and Football matches, where Drones are used to take video from the eagle’s eye. Another similar scenario can be seen at the Wedding Party where a Photographer uses a camera fixed on the Drone to take photos and videos from different angles.
A single drone with 360′ camera is enough to cover the total area.
Many of them don’t have any idea on How and Where Drones are employed in Agriculture? Yes, Drones are used in Agriculture for Seeding, sowing pesticides and providing security against birds. Using Drones in Agriculture can reduce the use of labor work.
Depending on the requirement, An Agricultural drone can be programmed to work on different tasks.
A Drone with GPS can be used for delivering products to certain weights. The popular e-commerce company Amazon is working on this to provide a better user experience. They even applied for patent right.
Drones have both odds and evens. It can be used in defense for various purposes. For example, a drone can be programmed to monitor a particular area. It can highly reduce the human effort.
A DIY prototype of the drone can make a way for big projects. Students can learn and develop many new things from the prototype model. For example, in the field of Astronomy.
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Several institutions conduct Drone competition in Symposiums and other college events to improve student knowledge.
A Drone can even go to places, where humans can’t go. One such example is during floods, it can take several hours or days for an emergency force to go live location but Drones can go and distribute necessary foods and medicine within a short span of time.
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