Top 5 sectors that can be disrupted by drone technology in the near future

If you have watched the Indian military action film, Uri: The Surgical Strike, do you recall the Garuda, a robotic eagle Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), disguised as a bird that flew across the border to sneak out information? Now imagine a time in the future when these UAVs or commonly known as drones will deliver us packages or help farmers increase the yield of their crops.

Are we not excited at the possibilities?

India could be one of the countries at the forefront of the drone revolution. As per the Drone Industry Insights Report 2020, the global drone market size is expected to grow to $42.8B by 2025 at 13.8% CAGR. The findings also projected that India is expected to be the third-largest drone market in the world by 2025.

This means that there is an immense potential for the growth of drone technology in the country in the years

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Future Disrupted 2021 LinkedIn blog: cybersecurity

How cyber-resilient is your business in a time of crisis?

As 2020 draws to a close, and the COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on our lives and livelihoods, it’s incumbent on cybersecurity professionals to consider what are likely to emerge as disruptive cybersecurity technologies and concepts, over the next 3–5 years. It’s also critical to identify tangible, proactive actions, technology investments and mindset shifts that you should consider adopting. In our 2021 Future Disrupted technology trends e-book, we explore some of these developments in greater detail. 

We’ll also provide some practical steps that you can take to mitigate evolving cybersecurity risks. For example:

• Speed up deployment of zero-trust capabilities: As organizations started to allow their employees to work from home and become more reliant on cloud collaboration tools, the traditional perimeter defense has become less effective. It is the time for organizations to implement zero-trust with strong identity

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Coral Reproduction Being Disrupted By Experimental Ship Fuel Leaked In Mauritius

As controversy continues to surround the experimental ship oil that was spilled across 125 square kilometers of Mauritius’ coral lagoons this August, new evidence is emerging of the long term impacts from this oil.

There are fears that this type of oil could cause irreversible damage to Mauritius delicate coral reefs, critical for most of the island’s biodiversity, artisanal fishing communities, tourism as well as coastal

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June T-Mobile U.S. Network Outage Disrupted More Than 250 Million Calls: FCC | Technology News

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) said a June nationwide T-Mobile outage resulted in at least 250 million calls failing.

FCC chairman Ajit Pai said a staff report released on Thursday found the company did not follow several established network reliability best practices that could have potentially prevented or mitigated the outage.

“T-Mobile’s outage was a failure,” Pai said.

The June 15 outage on T-Mobile’s U.S. wireless networks lasted over 12 hours, disrupting calling and texting services nationwide and access to data service in some areas, the FCC said, adding at least 41% of calls on T-Mobile’s network failed during the outage.

T-Mobile said it takes its “commitment to keep our customers connected seriously” and added it took “necessary steps to address the issues that created the service interruption.”

The FCC staff report said the outage was caused “by an equipment failure and then exacerbated by a network

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