Industry 4.0 – the fourth industrial revolution, which is focused on new technologies, such as drones, autonomous vehicles and robotic capabilities in today’s smart factories. What are the effects of these new technologies on today’s operations?
Smart factories utilize robots to perform tasks with little or no human interaction. They can vary significantly in functionality, mobility, dexterity, intelligence and cost. They may automate simple, repetitive tasks, or take the form of flying vehicles (drones) capable of recognizing. learning and making decisions independently, based on the information presented to them.
Drones are another technology that many businesses are rapidly favoring. The use cases for drones have increased recently, with many new applications being developed. The drone industry is expected to be worth US$ 102.38 billion by 2030 and expand at a CAGR of 18.2% from 2022 to 2030 moving from its predominantly military usage to much wider applications.
The applications for drones in your operations are many and varied :
Arun Jeya Prakash – DGCA Certified Drone pilot and a passionate aero-modeler.
Mr. Arun Jeya Prakash is a DGCA Certified Drone pilot and a passionate aero-modeler. His interest lies in making use of Drone technology to solve real-life problems pertaining to various sectors. He completed his B.E. in Electronics & Instrumentation and Master of Engineering (M.E) in Avionics from Madras Institute of Technology.
He has more than a decade of experience in Research & Teaching. Taking a step ahead towards his dream of creating technological products or solutions for a better India, he has started his own venture Aviocian Technologies Pvt. Ltd, to touch many lives. He has helped Academic Institutions in establishing degree programs of MTech. Avionics and MTech, UAV, He has also helped in establishment of Avionics Lab, Flight Simulator Lab, Drone Lab and Advanced Surveying lab in academic institutions. Since its inception in the last three years, he has trained more than 4500 students, faculty, researchers and Government officials in Drone Technology. He has also successfully executed commercial projects like coffee estate survey, Infrastructure survey, Watershed management using Drone Technology.
Presently, he is also an adjunct faculty in B.S Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai, Aerospace Department where he handles technical subjects related to UAV/MAV for B.Tech. and MTech. students.
He is also Life time member in Aeronautical Society of India and Life time member in Indian Society of Remote Sensing.
Any one who wants to know different application of Drones in India and around the world, Also how to use drone technology to optimise the work in Infrastructure Projects, Construction Industry, Mining, Agriculture, Transportation, etc.
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