By Bernd Debusmann Jr.
April 18, 2021 at 8:30 a.m. EDT
In the past 20 years, drones have become a fixture of modern life. From photography and journalism to package delivery and crop monitoring, companies of all kinds are increasingly turning to unmanned flying devices to cut costs, increase efficiency, decrease workload or simply do what humans cannot.
Where the world hasn’t seen drones play a prominent role, however, is in the world of health and fitness. But that may be changing.
Researchers say that the recreational drone market — valued at $2.33 billion in 2020, according to data from Research and Markets — could come together with the $30 billion wearables market to produce what may one day be a fixture in personal health and wellness: fitness drones. Read More