Blog of news and innovation projects
Improving safety in lane closures with drones
Sacyr Conservación has launched a pilot test using drones and 360o recordings of our operators as they close off lanes on the highway.
Topography surveying from the heavens
We expand the use of drones in our infrastructure projects to obtain more extensive and precise information to make it more sustainable.
Flying noses to combat bad smells
Traditional methods for detecting odours in wastewater treatment plants are not only slow and costly, but they also fail to quickly identify the root of the problem. A team of Spanish researchers has come up with a solution: an electronic nose attached to a drone that identifies bad smells in real time.
Drones to create rain in the desert
While Native American tribes historically performed weather modification rituals that attempted to invoke rain, nowadays drones and electrical discharges are being used to create rainfall in the desert. But to what extent can these technologies be used to manipulate the weather?
Drones get the green light to deliver goods
Fly an order through the air and deliver it in less than 30 minutes. This is the goal of Amazon, which after eight years has received the necessary authorization to deliver packages by drone in the U.S. Will these technologies really change the future of smart delivery?