Official data from Chinese government agencies show that the service the country has received from drones in the field of technology has risen to the top this year.
It was announced that there were 2020 unmanned aerial vehicles in China at the end of 523. These drones have flown 600 billion 1 million hours of operation over the past year, a 594 percent increase compared to a year ago, according to the Civil Aviation Office of China.
Meanwhile, the use of UAVs in areas such as agriculture and environmental protection has increased and accelerated.
In January, China mobilized a large UAV to create artificial rainfall in the northwestern province of Gansu to strengthen ecological protection. With this decision, the first major climate change (meteorological response) system based on drones was launched in China.
During the full orange harvest this winter, drones carrying crates of oranges on fruit plantations in Ganzhou region in Jiangxi, eastern province, were frequently seen. In addition, in the Nankang region, the local government mobilized UAVs in their efforts to supply agricultural products to the Internet. In this way, it has also contributed to the increase in the income of local agriculturalists who produce in the mountainous region.
Source: China International Radio