Accurately Delivering Survey Data with a Drone on Construction Projects

Now that we’re living in a world with Part 107, many professionals are finding out the hard way that regulation did not represent the biggest challenge around properly utilizing drones. Sorting through drone data, building a drone program and integrating drones into an established workflow are just a few of the issues professionals of all…

Airobotics Looks to Define What It Means to Fly a Drone BVLOS

Flying a drone autonomously without a pilot is what many companies are focused on in the short and long term. Removing the pilot can change how an organization looks at drone adoption, and that’s just part of the reason companies like Airobotics have dedicated themselves to provide an end-to-end, fully automatic drone solution. Recent news…

Assessing Risk and Establishing Insurance Needs for Drone Operators

In trying to figure out what topics were going to be of critical importance to commercial drone operators in 2017, insurance and risk kept coming up as major areas of interest. Many drone operators are uncertain about what it means to properly assess risk and establish insurance needs. These kind of shortcomings can lead to…