Drones have become more affordable and available over the past few years. With materials being cheaper and gadgets easier to produce, anyone can walk into a tech store and grab hold of a drone. Drone popularity and market value had a similar look to that of the car. When the first cars were released into the public, only the rich and influential could get them. Today, these cars are not just vanity purchases; they are a necessity for most people.
While drones are getting cheaper by the minute, other companies prefer exclusivity when it comes to their products. Similar to car companies that promoted rarity over affordability, some of today’s drones come with sizeable price tags.
A prime example of this is Delair Drone, which boasts a massive €200,000 asking price.
Delair Professional Drones
Today’s drone market has plenty of companies vying for consumers’ attention. From DJI, Parrot, and Skydio, these companies have a variety of drones that come in all shapes, sizes, and prices. Some drones can go as low as $20 while others go upwards of $1000.
The price depends on whoever needs the drone most. Cheaper drones are smaller, less durable, and do less. They are starter recreational drones meant for those trying to learn the basics of flying. More expensive drones have specialized equipment such as better cameras, longer battery life, or better carrying capacity. The Delair Drones offer these and much more, providing extreme precision, efficiency, and even an AI programming to analyze data collected.
This Delair Drone offers ‘extreme reliability’ for serious work, such as area mapping, long distance delivery, and largescale surveillance. The drone also offers pinpoint accuracy to its recordings, making it a very sophisticated tool for the line of work. With the price tag, you can bet only the most serious of drone flyers would even consider getting one.
However, the question becomes more of practicality. No matter how large your company, no matter how big the demand, would you invest that large of an amount of money for a drone?