Airbus Is Using Drones to Inspect Airplanes
Drones are potentially dangerous to commercial airplanes if they happen to collide. But in some cases, drones can also be helpful to planes and the companies that make them.
Airbus showed off this week at the Farnborough International Airshow in England how it uses drones to inspect airplanes.
The aircraft manufacturer outfitted the drone with a camera so it could take pictures of one of its airplanes and look for scratches, dents, and other damages. Airbus can then use those images to construct a 3D digital model of the plane that the company said can help prevent and reduce additional airplane damage.
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