The use of drones to capture aerial imagery and create maps has become common in many industries, like construction, oil and gas, and telecom. Drones excel at capturing large areas quickly, accurately, and affordably, and photogrammetry software for converting photographs to 3D or orthomosaic maps keeps getting better.
A bird on the brink of extinction could benefit from advanced software that helps the U.S. Air Force monitor forests, tree health, and golden-cheeked warbler habitat. How can UAV technology help this native Texas bird thrive?
The drone industry is rapidly evolving, creating new challenges for drone operators and businesses. Saturated markets, strict regulations, and increasing reliance on automated flights can all be obstacles to success.
However, there are still opportunities to make drone operations into a profitable business. In this blog post, we’ll outline four steps you can take to stay competitive.