1. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE (UG).
TITLE OF THE PRESENTATION : ACCOUNTING WITH DRONES.
NAME & ROLL NO. OF THE STUDENTS – PREPARED : CHRISTINA PEARLY P
MABEL ELIZABETH NM ( 23COMD33).
SHREYA DEY (23COMD57).
VOICE OF THE STUDENT : SHREYA DEY (23COMD57).
COURSE, YEAR & SECTION : B.COM (GEN.) , 1ST , D .
2. A C C O U N T I N G W I T H
Revolutionizing Financial Management
-Christina Pearly P
-Mabel Elizabeth NM
Introduction to the concept of using drones for accounting purposes.
Highlight the potential benefits of integrating drone technology into accounting practices.
Preview the key points to be covered in the presentation.
3. B E N E F I T S A N D
A P P L I C A T I O N S :
C OST- EFFIC IENT A UDITING:
Drones can quickly and accurately perform physical inventory
counts and asset assessments.
Reduced time and labor costs, which save the company money.
REA L- TIME DA TA C OLLEC TION:
Drones can quickly collect financial data from various locations.
enables decision-making and current financial reporting.
Drones can keep an eye on physical assets and locations, assisting
in the fight against fraud.
Improved surveillance tools reduce any potential financial concerns.
A reduced carbon footprint is the result of less frequent, long
Aligns with company ethics standards and sustainability aims.
4. I M P L E M E N T A T I O N
C O N S I D E R A T I O N S
The purchase of drones, software, instruction, and maintenance all
come with initial expenditures.
The long-term gains surpass the initial outlay.
Recognize any limits on the use of drones in the local area and in the
Compliance guarantees safe and legal activities.
DATA SECURITY AND PRIVACY:
It is essential to transmit and store data securely to safeguard
To prevent illegal access, use encryption and access controls.
Teach accounting staff how to fly drones and analyze data gathered
Upskilling improves the competencies and adaptability of the
5. Thank Y o u
MADE BY –
CHRISTINA PEARLY P