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Using Drones in Auditing

Independent auditors, expressing their opinions on the compliance of financial statements with accounting standards, use the latest technology and resources in order to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of their evidence gathering activities and therefore the audit quality.

Independent auditors, expressing their opinions on the compliance of financial statements with accounting standards, use the latest technology and resources in order to increase the effectiveness and efficiency of their evidence gathering activities and therefore the audit quality.


 

Auditors observe inventory counts, inspect inventory, and perform test counts. With UAV technology, evidence can be collected by physical examination and observation even if the auditors cannot physically participate in the stock count. In addition, UAVs provide 100% counting of stocks in many cases. While counting coal reserves in a coal-fired power plant took four hours according to traditional methods, it was completed in half an hour by UAV.

By flying over warehouses, the UAV can scan QR codes, RFID codes, barcodes and labels at high altitudes. It is envisaged that in the near future, the UAV will be programmed to fly autonomously even if the inspectors are not with them, so that they will be able to inspect without disturbing the customer enterprise, and can enter areas that are currently impossible to enter by being produced smaller in the size of insects or bees.

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