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By Chris Korody, Contributor/Advisor and Colin Snow, CEO and Founder, Skylogic Research

In 2017, drones continue to be adopted by construction firms to improve the safety and efficiency of job sites, but many questions need to be answered before drone use becomes ubiquitous within the industry:

  • Can the work be outsourced safely?
  • What are the broadly accepted standards and practices?
  • What does it take to fully integrate drone maps into your current Building Information Modeling software workflow?

This is the first in a new series of Skylogic Research white papers intended to share lessons learned and additional resources that will help you maximize the value that drones can bring to your business. This year we are building on the analysis we did for the 2016 “Truth About” papers by incorporating real-world experience gained from businesses and drone pilots operating under the Federal Aviation Administration’s Small Unmanned Aircraft Regulations (aka FAA Part 107). As of March 1, FAA data indicates there are more than 30,000 drone operators certified under Part 107 and 38,000 commercial drones registered in the U.S.

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