Industrial drones will bring about a wave of innovation. See how will each industry will implement drone technology?
Drones are one of the most controversial and talked about pieces of technology emerging in our markets. Whether you’ve heard about them spying on celebrities, interfering at airports, or seen them in video games, drones aren’t going anywhere but up.
They’re flying into our news more often and industries are taking them increasingly seriously, with some already implementing drones wide-scale.
The drone industry is growing at an alarmingly rapid rate, predicted to boom into a $100 billion market as the likes of Amazon, Google, and Apple are investing in UAV technology.
When will we finally see them fly into our everyday lives? The answer is very soon, with one billion expected to fly over our heads by 2030.
How will these industrial drones impact our lives? Will they at all? While most associate drones with package delivery or a fun Christmas present to produce cool aerial footage, this is just a drop in the ocean for what these flying machines have in store for us.
Companies like RS Components has revealed an exciting new array of drones currently being developed in key global industries. From industrial drones acting as robotic security guards patrolling property, to hero drones rescuing people from life-threatening situations, these flying masterminds are going to transform our world entirely.
Here are some of the key industries in which drones will be making their way.
RS Components is the world’s leading high-service distributor of electronics, automation and control components, and tools and consumables, serving over one million customers globally. The company has been providing services to engineers and procurement specialists for over 75 years, with operations across 32 countries, shipping more than 44,000 parcels each day.