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How Drones Are Improving Business Efficiency

October 9, 2017

When it comes to hurricane relief efforts, every moment counts. This past season, with the number of storms that devastated our hurricane-prone regions of the country, recovery needs to be more than efficient. The future has provided us with the ability to forego the first step of rebuilding after a hurricane, which is the act of dangerously trekking through hazardous and compromised areas. Instead, drones are now being used to facilitate this process.

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Drones are also utilized in a variety of business applications across the globe, presenting new and innovative solutions which increase efficiency tenfold. Here are some truly fascinating options for business owners who are interested in using drones to their advantage.

A Bird’s Eye View

In the case of businesses which require large scale surveying, such as disaster recovery or agriculture, drones can ease this process and increase productivity. For instance, farmers who need to assess the status of their crops can cut down on the time used to complete this task. By doing so, they can work on more pressing tasks, and complete their jobs at a more efficient pace. Disaster recovery, as mentioned above, can also be made safer than ever before. Drones can give recovery teams a comprehensive view of the situation, without risking potential harm.

Helping Small Businesses

Drones can even be useful for local businesses who are just getting off the ground (pun intended). A roofing repair business, for example, can survey and evaluate a roof’s condition using a drone. This task would usually take hours to complete, and can even be dangerous depending on the roof’s level of deterioration or slope. Drones can rid the business of potential harm that could befall employees, and can shorten inspection time, leading to satisfied customers and a quicker job well done.

Don’t Forget Insurance!

When using drones, it’s important to note every aspect of your business must be accompanied by proper coverage. UAV insurance and drone insurance is the best way to ensure your usage of drones is completely covered and safe. Liability coverage can aid in protecting you in the event of bodily harm or property damage. Non-owned coverage can protect you from third party drones or drones that you don’t operate. Physical damage coverage will keep your investment safe, and is one of the most important aspects of drone insurance. If you’re going to be operating these fantastic, useful devices, it’s best to keep yourself covered in every way.

American Heritage Insurance Agency, Inc. is ready to work with you for your UAV insurance!

Drones are going to completely revolutionize the way the business world functions once the technology proves itself. With American Heritage Insurance Agency, you can be sure your drone insurance is covering your investment every step of the way. If you’re interested in learning more about UAV insurance, check out our page on the subject. For over thirty years, American Heritage Insurance Agency has served over 2,000 clients, creating tailored and specific insurance plans that will fit your business best. Call us today at 410-552-1200, and get started on your perfect insurance plan!

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