Drones are changing businesses left and right, and companies are racing to integrate them into new industries. The expression “the sky’s the limit” doesn’t seem to apply to drones. So far, their applications have been limited only by the imaginations of their operators.
Construction, in particular, has benefited immensely from the advent of drone technology, also known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs). Mapping drones can conduct surveys of large job sites in a fraction of the time it takes a team of experts to do the same job.
The FAA takes an evolving stance on the use of drones for commercial means. The agency recently changed an important aspect of the law regarding who can pilot small drones …
Stamford (CT) Advocate | Oct. 30, 2016