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Drones for Sustainability

Posted November 29, 2021 | Sustainability | Leadership | Technology | Amplify
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Cutter Consortium Senior Consultant Helen Pukszta explores the use of drones for sustainability. From the critical application of precision agriculture to whimsical light shows, drones not only provide new functionality, they do so with a low carbon footprint. In precision agriculture, we see again that the data collection capability of drones coupled with sophisticated optimization algorithms can help farmers use natural resources more efficiently. In an unusual application that most would not think of, Pukszta goes on to illuminate the unintended environmental consequences of fireworks and the benefits of using drones for light shows.
About The Author
Helen Pukszta
Helen Pukszta is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium and a member of Arthur D. Little's AMP open consulting network. She is also President and cofounder of Drone Arrival, a company that helps organizations leverage the transformative power of drone-based technologies (UAS—unmanned aerial systems) as the foundation for a new breed of solutions for private and public sectors alike, with the goal of improving businesses and lives. With her… Read More
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