Aerial drones are one of the most promising and powerful new technologies to improve disaster response and relief operations. Drones naturally complement traditional manned relief operations to ensure that operations can be conducted safer, faster, and more efficiently. There are many compelling humanitarian, safety, and economic reasons to use drones before and after disasters, helping communities to recover and strengthening their resiliency. Drone technology can reduce disaster worker exposure to unnecessary danger and provide unique viewing angles at low altitudes not possible from manned aircrafts. To truly gain an appreciation for the ability of drones to improve disaster relief operations, utilize it on a granular level of disaster management. The biggest advantage of the drone technology is that the GPS location and time stamp is displayed on the image and video which is very helpful to not only have the visual of the scene but also the location and time information right there. Flying a drone to monitor building breakdowns or gas leaks will keep people safe while experts locate issues that need attention. Even small spaces, too, can be areas of concern, but drones can easily fit inside them and turn aerial data into actionable information.