Artificial Intelligence is quickly becoming a buzzword in the technology industry. There has been a phenomenal growth in recent years in industries adopting artificial intelligence and Machine learning to automate operations and manufacturing processes. There is a marked shift to the use of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the finance, automobile and healthcare industries which will pave the way to transform many other industries as well.
Recently ANRA CEO Amit Ganjoo wrote a guest post on DroneLife talking about how AI is not only limited to making drones intelligent but also pioneering the way data is collected and analyzed. Private and governmental stake holders stand to be major benefactors of this new development. The convergence of big data with AI is shaping the future of how enterprises drive business value from their data and analytics capabilities. Drones may be able to gather data through pictures and videos, but the fact remains that the amount of data is enormous. A single drone mission may end up generating data anywhere in the range of 2-70 Terabytes. This is where Big Data and AI come into picture. Using these two breakthrough sciences, enterprises can gather relevant data and translate it into meaningful learning and results. The ability to access large volumes of data quickly is leading to better AI capabilities and the future of drones as autonomous centers of intelligence is not far now.
With all these technological advances in play within the drone industry, one can only imagine the growth in the capabilities of this market. ANRA hopes to be one of the key technology drivers in this fast-growing industry and at the same time aims to be a value addition for its customers commercial drone operations needs.
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