Drones

Going where humans can't
Drones
Many of us think of drones purely in their consumer function as remote-controlled, flying machines used for entertainment, and capturing high-definition photos and videos. However, there is an ever-expanding range of commercial applications for drones forecast to become big business.

In 2018, researchers at Barclays estimated how the global commercial drone market would grow 10 times from $4 billion to reach $40 billion in five years. The same experts believed using drones in business could lead to cost savings of approximately $100 billion. Opportunities exist in countless industries and sectors including defense, transportation, logistics, agriculture, manufacturing, media, and many others.

Why do we care?

Drones are poised to create immeasurable economic value over the coming decades. Many enterprises have already implemented these technologies to reduce costs, automate repetitive tasks, and increase productivity. The number of organizations and sectors assessing their potential is only expected to increase rapidly.
New Opportunities
New Opportunities
Enabling us to gain a deeper understanding of our world and working in ways previously impossible.
Data Collection
Data Collection
Ability to capture new data points previously inaccessible by humans.
Saving Lives
Saving Lives
Performing tasks in environments that would otherwise endanger human life.
Sustainability
Sustainability
More energy efficient compared with traditional delivery and transportation methods.