Whitepapers

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  • Download The Quick Start Guide to Drones in Construction

    The time and cost saving value of drones in the AEC sector is clear, but where do you start once the decision has been made to integrate their use into your firm’s workflow. The Quick Start Guide to Drones in Construction consolidates the best insights into the challenges and solutions drones add to the work site.

  • Download The Quick Start Guide to Drones in Energy

    Across the entire energy sector, companies are utilizing drones to provide accurate site and asset inspections in a fraction of the time. How can your company start taking advantage of their benefits today? The Quick Start Guide to Drones in Energy assembles the best knowledge available on drone use in oil and gas, solar, wind, and utilities and puts it at your fingertips.

  • Download The Quick Start Guide to Drones in Public Infrastructure

    The United States is home to 164,000 miles of highway, 223,000 miles of railway track, and an electrical grid that’s been called the most complex machine humans have made. Drones represent an opportunity to cover all that infrastructure faster, safer, and more efficiently. How can you start taking advantage of their benefits today? The Quick Start Guide to Drones in Public Infrastructure assembles the best knowledge available on drone use for DoT, rail, and telecommunications projects.

  • Download Perspectives on Drones in Public Safety

    The term public safety encompasses a wide array of services performed by civil servants and drones are being used in increasing volume by all of them. From law enforcement to fire and emergency medical services, drones are being deployed across the US to save and protect lives, assess accidents and crime scenes, and provide affordable, real-time aerial support fighting fires. If you’re thinking of integrating drones into your agency’s operations, first take a listen to those who have led the way by downloading the new 14-page Perspectives on Drones in Public Safety 2018.