The unmanned airplane or drone is widely used in research. There are many fields where the use of drones is indispensable, especially in the field of research.
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The use of drones by the army, navy and air force is no secret. Attempts are being made to develop more stable and sensitive knights to be used as soldiers for soldiers on the battlefield or at the borders for patrol purposes.
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The use of the unmanned airplane was mainly carried out in agriculture and only after deployment in the army. The drunkards were developed to follow the fields to discover the time of sowing or harvesting.
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The drunkards also found their use in forestry and there is much research to make them more useful and compatible with the forests and the environment there. The main use for which drones have been developed is to keep poachers and poachers threatening the ecosystem and the food chain of the forests. The use of other vehicles that cause fossil fuel emissions is already a threat to the forest ecosystem and must therefore be replaced by battery-driven drones. These unmanned airplanes are also an important source for forestry workers, because they let us know all illegal activities in the forest without a direct encounter with workers with poachers or illegal logs. The identification of the illegal elements can be carried out using high quality high-speed cameras and the forests can be stored.
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Drones are extensively developed to be used to monitor environmental changes in places that are insecure for people to dare or difficult to achieve. Such sites can lead to an increase in research costs when people get involved, but using drones will not only significantly reduce costs, but also save a lot of lives without compromising data collection as well as search results.