A drone is an unmanned aerial vehicle that can be deployed in numerous different sectors. With strong advances in technology in recent years, drones are increasingly used to perform integral roles in the industry. Most notably, however, drones are frequently used in military airborne missions, alongside ground vehicles, to provide a strategic advantage.
In recent years, drones have been introduced into the oil and gas industry. As a result of the rapid advances in drone capabilities, the falling cost of hardware and easing government regulations, drones are steadily undergoing a digital transformation through the use of sensors, cloud computing and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Recent developments allow drones to be deployed in a wider range of settings
GlobalData’s Drones in Oil and Gas – Thematic Research report explores drone adoption in the oil and gas industry, where the technology is used for the purposes of monitoring and surveillance, as well as in emergency situations. Oil and gas technicians frequently work in extreme or hazardous environments, and efficient monitoring is integral to their safety.
This report will enable the reader to:
- Understand the role of drones and their impact on the oil and gas industry
- Read analysis of use cases in the oil and gas industry
- Gain an overview of the major application areas for drones
- Assess how drone makers and oil and gas companies collaborate to develop custom platforms
Use this report to understand how drones are used in the oil and gas industry, and assess their impact. Review real case studies that highlight the growing capabilities of drones in this sector. Identify key players in the industry to gain a competitive edge and make better decisions.
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