Recently, IG Drones got an opportunity to conduct drone surveys in 3 major roadways near the Myanmar border; Chakpikarong to Khongtal, Chakpikarong to Joupi & Saibol Joupi to L.Bongjoi, for The Border Roads Organisation. Let us have a look at the services we aim to provide and learn how drones have changed the scenario of civil engineering & surveying.
Do you remember the aftermath of cyclone Fani? It brushed past a trail of destruction by adversely affecting the state of Odisha. The storm’s rushing speed of 250 kilometres per hour had a devastating effect on lives, property, trees and other basic amenities. The effect of the cyclone was observed even after months as several rural areas continued to be in darkness due to lack of electricity.
Since their adoption by civil and commercial groups in 2016, the use of drones in the construction industry has increased significantly. Drones have now become a valuable asset to construction and engineering firms looking forward to streamlining their operations, increasing employee safety, monitor the progress regularly even in tough-to-access areas.
The Kumbh Mela is one of the most celebrated events in India, held 49 days in the city of Allahabad. It is billed as the largest gathering of humanity on earth, with a crowd of more than 110 million people. But there is another reason why this event is so famous; the mela is responsible for being the ground where thousands of people go missing.
The past decade has witnessed a massive shift in the field of Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Their use started expanding from narrow military usage to a wide commercial platform where it served as an ideal method to monitor, inspect, gathering imagery and location data with high speed and versatility.
FICCI in collaboration with the National Career Service, Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India organized the Online World of Work Career Summit 2021 from 21st to 23rd December 2021 for students, faculties, and job seekers PAN India.
Back in 2015, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal flattening innumerous homes, killing thousands of people and scrambling away from the ones alive from access to basic amenities.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles a.k.a. Drones can be successfully used in such counter-insurgency operations. With the help of their high-resolution camera, multiple zoom-in capability and extended endurance can offer a clearer view of the situation to the ground officials in real-time.
UDAN a.k.a. Ude Desh ka Aam Nagarik is a regional connectivity scheme that aims to link remote locations of the country by air at a subsided fare by developing smaller regional airports across the nation allowing common citizens to have an easier access to aviation services.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation released the Drone Rules 2021 on 26th August. Taking into account, the humongous growth of drone industry in India, the ministry had allowed certain relaxations, hence liberalizing the exiting drone policies that will surely pave way for a promising future ahead.
NHAI has made mandatory use of drones for monthly video recording of National Highway projects during all stages of Development, Construction, Operation, and Maintenance.
The contribution of the agricultural sector to the country’s GDP in the year 2020-21 is a whopping 19.9% that is nearly 1/5th of the total GDP. Yet, it is disheartening to see this sector facing a large number of issues on daily basis leading to the loss of not just crops but VALUABLE LIVES as well!
The concept of a smart city prioritizes the widespread use of science and technology to improve the lives of its citizens. This includes developing efficient infrastructure with cutting-edge technology without raising costs, all while improving sustainability, ensuring proper disaster management while serving the public in a highly efficient way. As a developing country, India is aiming for a future with a handful number of smart cities.
With each passing day, the hazards of the manual survey in the mining areas are increasing by several folds. There is no doubt in the fact that the field of mining occupies a major section of the country’s economy. Yet, risking thousands of human lives, just to inspect the potential of these areas is not acceptable. Thus, it’s essential that major steps are taken to reduce rather alleviate the use of manual labour in the mining sites while carrying out the inspection process.
The continuous growth of the solar industry brings about a soaring demand for solar installations. The ease of extraction and cost effective nature of solar energy makes it an ideal substitute for the old conventional, highly polluting energy resources, causing its usage to increase.
With each passing day, the use of drones in business is significantly increasing especially in the Railway industry. They have been providing the industries with efficient and practical solutions to the problems that commonly arise in that field.
Now a days, use of technology became advanced, drones are being used a lot in disaster management and provide an accurate image in significantly less time than manual identification by inspectors.