The age of the aerial photography drone is about to enter a new era. Aerial drone services have already made the leap from military to consumer use, and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) are poised to see their next leg of growth from commercial and civil government applications. Whether performing simple aerial drone photography, construction surveys, inspecting pipelines, real estate drone photography, aiding in surveillance or helping farmers enhance yields, drones are developing into powerful business tools.
UAVs are useful to a wide range of industries giving users unique insights into business operations. Unmanned aircraft are providing a more cost effective, safer, faster, and more accurate method of aerial imaging than traditional satellite imaging, fixed wing, or other manned aircraft photography and videography.
With the continued integration of drones into our national airspace, 1UP Aerial Drone services is uniquely positioned to help clients leverage drones to safely, cost effectively, and efficiently redefine your traditional marketing and data acquisition methods. A new business perspective!
Remember The Jetsons? Drones are coming
Drones and aerial photography from the cameras they carry have become familiar sights over the number of years, from scenes of the battlefield to a hobbyist attempting their first flight. Yet Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) have only scratched the surface of their Commercial potential. Like the Internet and GPS before, drone technology is evolving beyond its military roots to encompass a broad array of business applications.
Regulations are coming into focus to govern the expanded use; and as they arrive, 1UP is positioned to unlock the broad UAV demand in industries such as construction, agriculture, energy and mining. Police and fire departments are tapping drones observational capabilities, adding to government demand beyond the military. We estimate the combined Commercial, Consumer, Civil government, and Military drone market could reach a cumulative $100 billion between now and 2020, rivaling the size of the helicopter market, with ripple effects to areas such as the internet of things (IoT), actionable intelligence, artificial intelligence and drone component manufacturers.
Drones offer three main benefits to commercial and government users:
The benefits vary by use case, but drones often provide all three. In the Military market, for example, Pentagon leaders strive to keep soldiers out of harm’s way as much as possible. But they also want more cost-effective ways to complete missions, and drones often offer substantial capability at a fraction of a manned aircraft’s cost. The same is true of the much more nascent Commercial market. In in insurance industry, for example, drones can decrease the time, risk, and labor involved in disaster recovery, and property inspections which currently involves workers climbing dangerous ladders and scaling steep pitched rooflines. Through UAV’s integrated with specialized software functionality, insurance inspection photography and forensic photography have forever changed the industry.
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