Technology Company, Echodyne, Creates Drone Radar Capable of Tracking Drones in Real Time in 360 Degrees
Drones are being used in so many areas on a daily basis that it’s getting hard to keep track of their progress. For years now experts have been saying that drone technology will be one of the biggest areas of economic growth, contributing to billions of dollars and thousands of job opportunities. While drones may have started off as military tools, and are still widely used as such, they have claimed a place in fields of agriculture, inspection, mining, search and rescue, policing, scientific research, logistics, entertainment, and so much more. As the world entered a period of crisis due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, drones took on a major role in helping remind people of safety issues, sanitizing public spaces, and delivering medication and small goods.