BZ Media and Skylogic Research -The Truth About Drones in Construction and Infrastructure Inspection
Posted OnJuly 8, 2016 by Shruthi S
In-depth assessment reveals significant opportunity with distinct cost and safety advantages over traditional competitive approaches
BZ Media LLC announced the second in its series of critical examinations of the hype and reality behind certain vertical commercial drone markets, “The Truth About Drones in Construction and Infrastructure Inspection.” The free report was commissioned by BZ Media and written and produced by Skylogic Research.
The white paper can be accessed here: http://www.interdrone.com/construction_drones_2016
“Since 2013, hundreds of firms across the globe have put in place proof-of-concept projects for drones – not just for construction but also for infrastructure inspection and asset management purposes,” said Colin Snow, CEO and Founder of Skylogic Research, LLC. “In this paper we explore the major use cases, discuss the opportunities and challenges, present the lessons learned, and outline what’s next for drones in these industries.”
“We are presenting a number of class sessions and panels on infrastructure inspection,” said Conference Chairman Ted Bahr, “and the show floor is full of vendors who can help construction and infrastructure professionals do their job more safely and cost effectively.”
InterDrone is the world’s largest event dedicated to commercial drones and expects to host more than 4,000 commercial drone buyers and flyers who will learn at more than 120 sessions. More than 135 exhibitors will be showing the latest drones and related technology in the expo hall.
ABOUT BZ MEDIA
BZ Media LLC is a 16 year-old high-tech media company producing industry-leading technical conferences and expositions and SD Times, the leading magazine for the software development industry.
ABOUT SKYLOGIC RESEARCH
Skylogic Research, LLC is a research, content, and advisory services firm supporting all participants in the commercial unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) industry.