Saudi’s construction sector to see faster recovery with the utilization of drones in the ‘new normal’

DUBAI — Saudi Arabia’s construction sector will see faster recovery with the utilization of drones under the ‘new normal’ set-up, which continues to require safety measures including social distancing.

This is according to Rabih Bou Rashid, CEO of Falcon Eye Drones (FEDS) — the Middle East’s leading provider of Drone Technology, Data Technology, and Digital Transformation. He said that drones are an imperative tool to ensure continuity of building operations in Saudi Arabia, whose construction sector has been thriving for the past years.

“The pandemic has presented a considerable challenge to the construction sector in Saudi, which used to require a significant number of laborers. As the Kingdom contains the spread of the disease as a paramount concern, drones can help afford an effective alternative to guarantee the sector’s continuity of operations, while ensuring health and public safety,” he said.




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