Your Next Coworker Might Be A Drone

Recent innovations and the shortage of workers in the current post-pandemic economic environment have resulted in the creation of robot coworkers in certain industries.

According to the International Federation of Robotics , more than 3 million industrial robots are currently in use around the world.

Using “robots” (which includes AI and drones) reduces costs for companies. However, this raises the question about how widespread this new technology will become in the workplace.

Drones are now allowed to enter into many occupational markets in order to reduce workplace fatalities and injuries. According to Brendon Barrtholomew (president of Vector Aerial), the future office environment may include drones.

Bartholomew answered questions about the effects of drones on the workforce in a Q&A.

Space.All: How will drones impact the future of work?

Brendon Bartholomew – Drones are rapidly becoming an integral tool in all industries. Drones provide high-definition imagery as well as data that can quickly be processed and distributed to decision makers in close to real time. Drones offer two main benefits to users, safety and efficiency. Drones are efficient in that they can do the same work as teams of people and take only a fraction of time.

Drones, when combined with data processing systems, provide highly refined information for users in an ever-changing world. As we integrate AI into our everyday lives, this will accelerate exponentially. Drones are safer than manned aircraft and can be used to make visual observations. Climbing a tower. Drones can provide imagery that is difficult or … READ MORE ...