Bharat Drone Mahotsav 2022 || Drones will help protect farmland and borders
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has inaugurated the Bharat Drone Festival. The drone itself flew. The big thing is that these indigenous drones will empower Kisan Javanese. In addition, the drone will help protect farmland and borders. India will also be the world’s largest drone hub by 2030.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurates the country’s largest drone festival at Delhi’s Pragati Maidan. India’s enthusiasm for drone technology is astonishing. Today, India is making rapid progress in drone technology as a startup power. “It’s not just about technology, it’s a celebration of India’s new government, a positive step towards a new experiment,” he said.
The technology that used to be used only in the business of the rich, has now been integrated into the lives of the general public. The use of drones, especially in agriculture, can revolutionize.
He spoke in support of the US Alliance, but said that maintaining some independence was important. “By 2030, India can be transformed into a world drone hub, and India’s drone startup will be a new way for young people in the country to earn a living,” he said.
1,400 young delegates took part in the drone event. The Made in India drone on display will be helpful for various sectors of the country. The use of drone technology in the field of border security and agriculture in the country, the delivery of medicine to different parts of the country, and the mapping of land in the direction of land mapping today highlighted the uniqueness of this Made in India drone. Seeing the drone startup, the Prime Minister lauded the young delegates who joined it.
The inaugural function was attended by Union Minister of Aviation Jyotiraditya Scindia, Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar, Mansukh Mandavia and Ashwani Vaishnav.