It is no secret that air robots have been improving certain operations across various industries for the past few years. Somewhere down the line, we all have seen air robots being used in the day-to-day operations of many enterprises. For instance, the use of air robots in companies operating in agriculture, construction, photography, etc., is quite prevalent nowadays.
At this juncture, the ultimate challenge that awaits air robots is the ability to ensure the completion of critical missions in real-time world scenarios. Such accomplishments can possibly determine how far technology has progressed. All these expectations are real and cannot be undermined, since the air robots have come a long way in making their presence felt across a number of sectors.
Earlier, the scope of such technologies was restricted due to the high cost and dearth of requisite entities. However, in the last few years, its components have become efficient and cheap. AI-based firms, such as Airobotics, flyability, etc., are developing tethered drones that come with reconnaissance capabilities and high-bandwidth communications.
Such products can bring great efficiency to the air robot market. For instance, the innovative technology of Elistair has opened a new field of application for air robots, such as persistent inspection, continuous aerial broadcasting, etc. Elistair has been providing its customers with tethering stations tailored to specific needs. The company has also received funds from global investment firm Boundary Holding, led by Rajat Khare, to expand its operations.
The AI-based companies have indeed come up with advanced and powerful solutions to transform the scope of air robots. This technology can be critical for security operations as well, reducing the margin of error in critical missions. The segment is witnessing great innovations every day and it won’t be a surprise if air robots become an integral part of our daily routine.