The market for drones continues to grow impressively, these aircraft have managed to find participation in a lot of disciplines, performing all kinds of functions that put us to new ways to provide functions and views that before simply were impossible imagine.
Because of this, it is normal that we begin to see how some companies are interested in participating in this market, as the case of Sony, who hope to make their first device later this year. But one point to note is that several companies are beginning to make alliances with the intention to continue offering specific cases within the field of drones, as in the case of 3D Robotics, who is announcing a new partnership with Sony and Autodesk.
Mapping from the air
3D Robotics is one of the manufacturers most popular drones of the United States, who through their device" only" have managed to capture a good market share, facing DJI, who is considered the number one manufacturer, in addition to its aircraft Are used for both entertainment and professional activities.
This alliance between 3D Robotics and Sony will bring an "enterprise" version of the drone only, which will be equipped with a Sony UMC-R10C, instead of the GoPro classic, since this camera is connected to a Sony tablet, which Autodesk software will be installed to map locations in 3D in real time.
This will offer a new vision for engineers and architects looking to make designs at the same time, because while the drone is in the air can be designed into the tablet and save the design to work it later, it ie no need to lower the drone to extract images . In addition, Autodesk software will offer recommendations according to the environment, so if we are a little dry ideas, we can activate the automatic mode and the camera will capture spaces and create designs that match what is around.
As if that were not enough, 3D Robotics is also announced that thanks to this partnership with Sony, in the coming months will be releasing a version of its drone equipped with a thermal camera and multispectral, which will help in digitizing agricultural sites, chemical plants, And oil rigs.a