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UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle): Working and Significance

Ankit Rana, Sandeep Choudhary


In this article new advances technology is being introduced in the field of aerospace Engineering such as Unmanned air Vehicles (UAVs). Their basic idea of working principle is discussed with multiple uses in many industries for different purpose. A descriptive review is provided on the working, concept and future aspects of this advance technology. The different significance is discussed in multiple industries. The Article is providing a concept for better development & advancements for UAVs. Data of usage by different domain is collected and represented in percentage through few last years.  UAVs can be a key feature in the advancements of multiple developing fields.

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