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Drones Promote Low Altitude Economy to Spread Wings and Fly

In China, drones have become an important support for low-altitude economic development. Vigorously promoting the development of low-altitude economy is not only conducive to expanding market space, but also an intrinsic need to promote high-quality development.


The low-altitude economy has inherited the traditional general aviation industry and integrated the new low-altitude production and service mode supported by drones, relying on the informationization and digital management technology to empower the formation of a comprehensive economic form that accommodates and promotes the coordinated development of multiple fields with great vitality and creativity.


At present, UAVs are applied in multiple industries such as emergency rescue, logistics and transportation, agriculture and forestry plant protection, power inspection, forest environmental protection, disaster prevention and mitigation, geology and meteorology, urban planning and management, etc., and there is huge room for growth. To realize better development of low-altitude economy, low-altitude opening is an inevitable trend. The construction of urban low altitude skyway network supports the scale and commercialization of UAV applications, and the low altitude economy represented by UAVs is also expected to become a new engine for pulling social and economic growth.


Statistics show that by the end of 2023, Shenzhen had more than 1,730 drone enterprises with an output value of 96 billion yuan.From January to October 2023, Shenzhen opened a total of 74 drone routes, drone logistics and distribution routes, and the number of newly built drone take-off and landing points reached 69, with 421,000 flights completed. More than 1,500 enterprises in the industry chain, including DJI, Meituan, Fengyi, and CITIC HaiDi, cover a variety of application scenarios, such as logistics and distribution, urban governance, and emergency rescue, initially forming a national leading low-altitude economic industry cluster and industrial ecology.


With the rapid development of Internet of Things (IoT) technology, drones, unmanned vehicles, unmanned ships, robots and other close collaboration, to play their respective strengths and complement each other’s strengths, forming a new type of supply chain system represented by unmanned aircraft, unmanned vehicles, towards the direction of intelligent development. Along with the further development of Internet technology, the Internet of Everything will make people’s production and life gradually integrate more closely with unmanned system products.

Post time: Mar-26-2024