It’s amazing to see drone technology being used in different ways. In the US they are starting to use them for powerline construction in sock pulling, this is the act of flying a strong and lightweight rope and attaching it to the towers. Its typically performed via helicopters or by workers climbing the towers. Drones are a safe and effective option for many applications in the utility and construction industries beyond basic inspections.
Josh Bateman writes a very informative article for CNBC on the drone market in terms of size, market share, key players, the dominance of DJI, the casualties in this very competitive market etc. I was also interviewed for the article and give my thoughts on the drone industry. Scroll half way down the page to see my comments. Please click on the link to access the article: www.cnbc.com/2017/09/01/in-race-to-dominate-drone-space-west-is-no-match-for-chinas-dji.html
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