NEW YORK, May 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Emerging technologies for surveillance, security and access to impractical sites are evolving. Originating during the First World War and further developed during the major conflicts of the twentieth century, the numerous applications offered by drones, used initially for military use (internal security, intelligence, rescue, transportation, offensive and Aviation safety) is generating more and more interest. Offering economical advantages, easier to implement than a standard manned-aircraft, discreet and governed by a new regulatory framework, they represent an alternative in the areas of military applications (already well developed) but also for civilians.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) or Remotely Piloted Aircraft (PSAR), a drone is an aircraft, a small airplane without a pilot (standalone) and controlled remotely. Through air, across land and on the surface or underwater, its size, mass and autonomy vary according to usage. It is already used in civilian technology (audiovisual and leisure) and it tends to make precision agriculture, Geographic Information Systems and monitoring of sensitive and affected areas more readily available to everyone.
The experts think that the market for drones for civil use, promised to grow in the near future and will have consequent economic fallout and positive impact on the environment.
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