When Ran Krauss co-founded Airobotics in 2014, he wanted to help miners, farmers and port managers get better data about their businesses.
The Israeli start-up makes self-flying drones, and its worked out a way to keep them operational 24 hours a day.
Drones are already used by large industrial and agricultural operations. Farmers have been using drone technology paired with AI to help spot diseased crops. Emergency crews used them in Puerto Rico to survey damage after Hurricane Maria.
The technology is a boon for businesses with lots of area to observe.