Getting Started with Drones in Construction

August 31, 2017 10 AM PT/1PM ET (Find your timezone)

Bringing drone data to your projects can help save money, shorten timelines, and increase safety. But what are the steps to get started quickly and safely?

Leapfrog the learning curve with a lesson from one of the construction industry’s most experienced practitioners, Josh Cotton of Bechtel Corporation.

Join Skycatch, DJI, and Bechtel in this live webinar to get started in delivering valuable drone data to your projects, fast.

We’ll cover:

  • What drone and software to start with
  • Passing the Part 107 exam
  • Getting approval from legal and risk management
  • Flight safety procedures
  • Maintaining your equipment
  • Delivering data and training teams to use it

This webinar will be 60 minutes and will include time for live Q&A.

Video recording of the webinar will be emailed afterward to all registered, so be sure to sign up even if you cannot attend live.

Speakers

JOSHUA COTTON
Bechtel Corporation

Josh is Bechtel’s Fleet Service Operations Manager, responsible for managing and directing asset and service management activities, including the development of operating procedures and providing expertise on equipment and fleet management.

DAVID BENOWITZ
DJI

David is a Program Manager on the Enterprise Team at DJI – the world’s leading commercial drone manufacturer. He develops DJI’s B2B marketing strategy across a range of industries to accelerate the adoption of drone technology across industrial verticals.

PATRICK STUART
Skycatch

Patrick heads software products at Skycatch. With over 10 years of experience in aerial imaging, Patrick brings a passion for building the easiest ways to get value from drone maps in every application.

Frequently Asked Questions

WHAT KIND OF DRONES WILL WE LEARN ABOUT?

We will discuss using DJI and Skycatch drones.

HOW DO I KNOW IF THIS COURSE IS RIGHT FOR ME?

If you’re interested in using drone data or already using drone data on your, join us!

HOW WILL I ACCESS THE WEBINAR?

You will receive and email with instructions to access the webinar after you register.

WHAT IF I MISS THE WEBINAR?

The webinar will be recorded and sent to everyone that registers.

DO I NEED TO HAVE ANY SOFTWARE?

Patrick heads up software products at Skycatch. With over 10 years of experience in aerial imaging.

WHAT KIND OF DRONES WILL WE LEARN ABOUT?

Patrick heads up software products at Skycatch. With over 10 years of experience in aerial imaging, Patrick brings a passion for building the easiest ways to get value from drone maps in every application.

HOW DO I KNOW IF THIS COURSE IS RIGHT FOR ME?

Patrick heads up software products at Skycatch. With over 10 years of experience in aerial imaging.

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