It is quite possible that the next technological revolution is at the door and has to do with the implementation of drones for commercial use.
For those less familiar with the term, let me tell you that drones are nothing but those little strangely flying machines with multiple propellers that can fly unmanned and remotely controlled.
Quite similar to small remote control helicopters that once enjoyed with our children except that they can travel long distances and are equipped with cameras, sensors and a number of components that make them highly sophisticated.
Similar to other stories in technological development, so far the drones have been used only for military purposes as surveillance or inspection combat terrorism territories. However, the results have been so great that the recent news confirms that technology giants are already eager to give commercial use.
And no wonder since these unmanned aircraft have tremendous benefits being the main low cost of operation and versatility to move which is ideal for a multitude of business objectives.
Ironically another great gift of his strengths is to not rely on human intervention for its operation, which results in less space, less weight and a cost reduction in oxygen and protection mechanisms that humans need to fly.
Another quality of drones is their ability to fly at altitudes above 20,000 km. Above the stratosphere allowing them to effectively perform any exploration of atmospheric phenomena.
It is anticipated that may be used in many applications such as food and medicine delivery, packet transfer, fire prevention, geographic picture in inaccessible areas and even as WiFi points.
They may also be used for humanitarian relief operations in disaster areas and countless other applications.
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