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Recent developments related to the autonomous operation of UAVs along with new solutions that challenge the status quo of the drone industry prove that the future of UAV technology is being defined in the present.

In this report, experts from across the

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In the construction industry, where jobs are fraught with cost overruns, missed deadlines, untended RFPs and more, drone consultants’ services are in high demand.

Construction projects are bedeviled by many factors that can drive up costs, impact

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Drones have augmented the abilities of professionals in various industries, but nowhere have those impacts been seen or felt like they have for mining and aggregate supplier companies.

Using a drone means that someone now doesn’t have to literally

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Public safety officials ranging from firefighters to police officers to first responders recognize what kind of force multiplier drone technology represents. Whether it’s to help with search and rescue efforts or get a new perspective on a fire,

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Energy companies need to perform tasks related to the inspection of thousands of miles of pipelines as well as the monitoring and maintenance of transmission lines that can run through multiple ecosystems and jurisdictions. Challenges with managing

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A recent study concluded that more than 54,000 bridges in the United States are in need of repair. Not long ago, the total United States rail network was determined to consist of approximately 137,000 route miles, while there are approximately 4,071,000

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Surveyors across North America have adopted drone technology because it’s been proven to make a variety of tasks and entire projects faster, cheaper and/or safer. These efficiencies have been measured in various ways using multiple metrics, but the

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Not long ago, the technology most farmers utilized was associated with soil maps and satellite images that would give growers an overview of their fields’ status, even though it could take days or even weeks to collect and process the required data

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