The versatility and low cost of drones contribute decisively to their increasingly frequent use in scientific research, agriculture, geology or renewable energies. Before their appearance, resorting to helicopters or airplanes to perform the same task was tremendously expensive and not always possible depending on the weather or the steepness of the terrain to be studied.
UAVs with built-in video cameras can fly over large areas of land in a very short time and obtain images quickly, and are a key tool for reducing pollutant emissions, for fire control and for the development of scientific studies on air quality or pollen levels; the samples obtained by drones in a simple way in terms of composition or temperature are decisive for taking action in favor of the environment. In Japan, due to the increasing scarcity of bees, work is already underway to pollinate flowers using drones.
They are also an essential ally in the monitoring of renewable energies. Recording in real time, they can fly over wind turbines to detect technical faults, poor condition or malfunctions of the equipment, avoiding the need for operators to travel and saving on time and fuel costs. With their thermographic RGB cameras, they are used for temperature control in photovoltaic plants.
Following the example of drones towards a sustainable world, Nubeprint’s ability to monitor consumables makes it possible to measure and verify the adequacy of procedures towards the circular economy, optimizing printing resources and verifying that your company is making a true commitment to achieving a neutral impact.
Source: sostenibilidad.com/muyinteresante.es/ – Nubeprint