PM Modi said “Be it disaster management, agriculture, surveillance, media or tourism; Drones will revolutionize how services are delivered to the public and make life easier while providing government services.” He said that around 65 lakh property cards were issued with the help of drones in digital mapping. “Drone technology government services eliminating human interference in agriculture while providing
PM Modi further said that every time when the reconstruction work of Kedarnath started, ‘it was not possible for me to go there’. In such a situation, he inspected the work of Kedarnath through drone.
At the India Drone Festival, PM Modi himself flew a drone through remote control and while flying it, the Prime Minister looked very excited.
PM Modi also invited startups and manufacturers to make India a hub of drone technology. He said “We have reduced unnecessary regulations and barriers for the adoption of drones in the country. Drones can help in policing, traffic management, planting new trees in remote areas etc… Drones will change the way our country works. Drones will aid in technology-driven delivery of services across India.”