Mass production of drones capable of scanning below earth and underwater will lead to an unforeseen number of archeological discoveries.
The traditional way of finding archeological discoveries is by cross-referencing ancient sources and trying to match ancient descriptions of landscapes with today's landscape. This will give way to an automated quick scan of an area.
With this new tool at their disposal, archeologies will be able to find the archeological treasures that were hidden away by our ancestors.
For example, the tomb of Alexander the Great might at long last be found, after it was hidden away without reference by Marcus Aurelius.
Small items used in the daily life of the common people will also be found using this new revolutionary method, giving us an unprecedented insight into the life of our forefathers.