6 Jobs Drones To Take Away From You Soon


Is that easy for you to find a good job? Well, now you’ll be even more concerned.

In a high technology world, drones are not just a flying aircrafts for fun but usual and indispensable helpers. Moreover, there are online drone services marketplaces created “to help commercial drone customers find qualified drone operators – and to help qualified drone operators find jobs”, – said on JobForDrones, commercial drone network.

Here how it works: “You can post a job, read reviews, ask providers for bids, and select the provider that’s best for you. If you’re a drone operator, you can create a profile, bid on jobs, and search jobs listed in your area”.

Here are 6 jobs drones will take away from you:

1.   Delivery

It’s not a secret that many progressive companies use drones instead of couriers. Thus, Amazon – the largest Internet-based retailer – has already made its first drone delivery method in U.K. in December 2016. In the near future they plan to expand the service to dozens of customers near its British facility.


2.   Taxi

Annoying taxi drivers’ slack lip? – Not anymore with new drone taxi. Yes, they could carry people, if you did not know it yet.

Dubai has conducted its first test of a drone taxi service that it hopes will become a viable transportation system in the city.

“Implementation would see you using your smartphone, having an app, and ordering a Volocopter to the next Voloport near you,” said chief executive of German firm Volocopter.

“The Volocopter would come and autonomously pick you up and take you to your destination.”

3.   Emergency services

Drones can quickly deliver medicaments and supplies to places where people can’t reach.

Researchers at William Carey University in Mississippi are studying how disaster drones could carry medical kits to victims before an ambulance arrives. These drones designed and built at Hinds Community College in Mississippi.

A team of researchers in Sweden recently tested whether a drone or an ambulance had a faster response time in delivering an automated external defibrillator to a patient in cardiac arrest. The results showed that the disaster drone arrived more quickly than EMS in all cases. It is important to remember that in critical situations every minute can cost a life.

Source: hellodemain.com

4.   Crop dusting

The Chinese drone company DJI in 2015 presented a crop-spraying drone, that is “40 times more efficient” than manual spraying, despite having just 12 minutes of flight time.

Such drones can carry up to 10 kg of crop-spraying fluids per flight. Drones are also helpful for monitoring farmer’s crops and livestock.

5.   Aerial photography for journalism, films and personal archives

A great amount of video and photo materials we see on news provided by drones. With the help of these flying vehicles, it’s easier to get quality and wide view of hot spots and dangerous places.

Also, personal drones may be used for shooting most epic events of your life. Lets say, you don’t need wedding photographer if you have a drone and want to save money. Perhaps, sometimes it turns to be a dangerous thing.

Source: arabiaweddings.com

6.   Military Drone Technology

Military usage of drones has become the primary in today’s world. Mostly they are used as target decoys, for combat missions, research and development, and for supervision.

According to a Goldman Sachs recent report, military spending will remain the main driver of drone spending in the coming years. Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are highly convenience in reducing losses and enabling the execution of high profile and time-sensitive missions.

Source: Getty Images

Don’t miss the other Nexter‘s article about 5 Most Epic Drone’s Failures Showing Why We Need To Control Them Better

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