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Drone -The Future Industry


Imagine a situation where you have ordered a product and its being delivered to you by a Drone at your doorstep. Well this will be the future scenario of the drone market on a large scale. Many of us have seen drones during a marriage ceremony capturing aerial views either for security or photography purposes. But we might not know the wide range of applications, drones are going to be full scale industry in the near future.

The Indian Army has been using the drone technology since the 1999 Kargil War imported from Israel, since then the drone technology has advanced in multiple aspects in the country. However, the Indian government has lagged in formulating proper guidelines to grab the market till date. In 2014 a Mumbai based restaurant used drone to delivered pizza it was a successful delivery, though it had some technical issues like after covering eight kilometer the batteries run dry, has to have a charging point, cannot fly above 400 feet altitude. Then the sudden ban on usage of drones sabotaged the growth of this industry while china took this opportunity and bloomed its drone production. “DJI” a Chinese company, flourished in its market with the help of ‘Made in China”policy. Most of the drones that we commonly used are Chinese made.

In 2018, the government came up with news regulations which legalized the use of drones under certain conditions and put forward its “Digital Sky Platform ”, it implements the ‘no permission no takeoff” a unique software-based system to monitor drone operation. Even mobile APP’s are available through which the operator asks for the permission to take off.

The application for individual registration and appeal for “Unique identification Number” and Permit one can apply through the Bharat kosh website. It formulated the flying zones like: Red, Yellow and green zones – red is the no-fly zone example near airports, yellow are the restricted zones, one needs permission to fly drone over this zone and green has full access to it. This guideline has been formulated by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), to liberate the usage of drones so that it can boost the economy. Despite this regulation there were many illegal operators who are using without any proper license.

There are a handful of Indian companies which are manufacturing drones compared to the variety of Chinese products available with advanced software and AI.

The problem lies when companies like Amazon or Flipkart start drone delivery it will affect the jobs of the current delivery workers. It is feasible to say one should start to learn drone operations because it will create employment opportunities for a large mass.

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