There’s no shortage of startups that are attempting to make brick manufacturing more efficient, and the industry is thriving, with many more in the works.
But it can be hard to get the right tools, which can cost more than a typical brick factory.
And even if you’re already a brick factory owner, the business is still a daunting one, with only 10 percent of jobs being filled by new hires, according to a recent report by the Pew Research Center.
So what if you had the right tool?
The answer is a small, modular system called a drone, which could be used to help brick makers do some of their most basic jobs.
A drone can fly for about five hours and cost about $1,000, according the company AeroRobotics.
A single quadcopter can cost as little as $200.
And the drones themselves cost as much as $10,000 each.
To get a drone to the right place, the company offers a program called Precision Drones.
The company sells a series of small, low-cost drones that it says will save the average manufacturer $300 per year.
That’s enough to cover rent and food for six people.
Once purchased, the drones are shipped to a factory in New York, where the owner gets to use the drone to get a job done.
The company is now working with a couple of brickmakers to create the Drone Factory Town.
The first step is to order drones from a manufacturer, which will then get them delivered to a warehouse where the factory owner will use them for the job.
Then the company has to set up a site to assemble and set up the drone, and it’s then up to the workers to get started.
For example, they could take the drones to a new location where they can get started assembling a brick.
“You could actually put them in a factory, you could have a drone drop them off, and you could send them to the next site and they’ll be assembled,” said Dando Brick Factory owner Andrew Knorr.
“The drone will fly to that location and then you can get the drones out.”
While Knorr said the company is not going to be able to make a large number of drones for a small amount of money, he’s confident that a small batch of drones will help.
“If we can get to 10 percent and then 20 percent we’ll be really happy,” he said.
The company also has plans to start selling drones in the United States and Australia.
But Knorr is still focused on getting the drone industry started.