Laurence Fishburne’s “In Depth Series” Experts Explore The Use of Drones in Delivering Vital Items To Consumers

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The educational program will highlight how drone technology is allowing commerce to transform.

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Drones are a unique development in the world of technology, and innovators are using that technology to make life more efficient and safer.

"King of New York (1990)" actor Laurence Fishburne is putting his talents to work as host of television's "In Depth Series" with Laurence Fishburne. The show covers a wide array of subjects to inform its viewers about events taking place across the country. The show will take a dip into advances in technology and how drone technology is helping to make essential deliveries.

Drones have been used for years to capture aerial footage for movies, TV shows, and commercials, but now they are being used to make deliveries like medication. Previously they have been used to deliver food aid and medical supplies to areas hit by natural disasters, and now experts see how they can be used to transport items like medicine during the current COVID-19 pandemic. Using drones to deliver medicine would minimize human contact, which could help the spread of the Coronavirus.

In theory, smaller indoor drones could also find use in hospitals or nursing homes. These drones could aid in the deliverance of medicine to the bedside of patients, which could help to minimize potential infection of contagious illnesses and help keep medical costs down by lessening staff.

Drones are a unique development in the world of technology, and innovators are using that technology to make life more efficient and safer. More details about the use of drones in the world of healthcare will be in the new "In Depth Series" episode.

"In Depth Series" with Laurence Fishburne is carefully reviewed before broadcast. The educational TV show has accepted multiple Tellys for its efforts.

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