Whether your company has been affected by Covid-19, or not, there are times when every business could use a helping hand, and with the popularity of drones on the increase, could your company benefit from some new technology?
Along with film, this is perhaps the most popular industry to feature drone technology, and with unique aerial angles and high-quality images, the photography industry has benefitted hugely from drones.
If you’re a photographer, could you increase the creativity and range of services that you currently offer your customers, by hiring a professional drone pilot? The money that you invest, could pay dividends as more and more people are looking to capture obscure and previously unattainable photographs.
This industry was among the first to embrace the technological advantages that drones could give them. With farming requiring a constant presence and continual evaluations to assess yields among many other things, when it was realised that technology could be used in place of humans, many agricultural businesses never looked back. Some farmers used to employ workers simply to monitor their extensive crops, which is not only costly, but takes time; something that many busy farms don’t have. With the use of drone technology however, the cost is minimal and little time investment is required. If you’re a farmer, a drone could help you check soil hydration, monitor plant growth, and even conduct intensive evaluations with the use of advanced technological sensors. For farmers to remotely be able to check their crops (and livestock if they have them), puts them at a distinct advantage over their competitors, although soon, it’s anticipated that many more modern farms will employ drone technology, will you?
Many decisions in real estate are made by buyers and investors who like the way a property, or site, looks, and if they’re unable to visit the place in person, then a drone tour giving live footage can make a huge difference. Even with the best, high-quality photographs, as a real estate agent, you struggle to capture the essence of a property, and struggle even more to convey that to your clients. But if they were able to sit comfortably and watch a tour that takes them into every possible corner of the site or property, chances are they’d come to a decision a lot sooner.
In much the same way as a real estate agent can use drones to help them sell properties, the construction industry can use them to survey sites that are dangerous or difficult to access. As there is a growing need for tructures to be more durable than ever before, drones can prove effective in helping site managers to continually assess their projects, and such things as roofs or chimneys, can easily be checked from a safe position on the ground.
If you think your business could benefit from drone technology, then why not reach out to a professional company who can offer you pilots and tech that can help your company thrive and reach for the skies!