But, as competition in the marketplace drives down prices, how exactly will drones revisit traditional business models? As the software evolves at blinding speed and drones collect data with growing ease, what new horizons will they take industry to? Beating Swords Into PloughsharesUnmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), is the all-encompassing term that includes the UAV, or drone. Military drones have been around since the World War One when the Dayton-Wright Airplane Company used aerial torpedoes to explode at preset times. Identified Technologies claims it is improving drone mapping efficiency by 75%, allowing companies to acquire data faster.
Source: Forbes December 07, 2017 15:11 UTC