In-depth report dives into strategies and concerns of firms adopting the use of commercial drones for construction projects
MELVILLE, N.Y., March 21, 2017 — BZ Media LLC announced today the first in a series of critical examinations of important trends and strategies in vertical commercial drone markets, “5 Valuable Lessons Learned About Drones in Construction.” The free report was commissioned by BZ Media and written and produced by Skylogic Research.
The white paper can be accessed here: http://bit.ly/DroneConstruction
“A growing group of hardware and software vendors are targeting architecture, engineering, and construction firms with increasingly useful drone-based solutions,” said Colin Snow, CEO and Founder of Skylogic Research. “We have data points that show what works and what doesn’t and in this paper we give the lessons learned and predict what’s next for drones in this industry.”
“To meet demand, we’ve added a special enterprise track for construction to the InterDrone 2017 program,” said Conference Chairman Ted Bahr, “and we had to expand the exhibit halls to fit the growing number of construction specific vendors in the commercial drone space.”
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 125 sessions. More than 185 exhibitors will be showing the latest drones and related technology in two expo halls. InterDrone 2017 is an Emerald Expositions event being produced and managed by BZ Media.
Registration for InterDrone is now open at www.InterDrone.com. For information on exhibiting or event sponsorships, please contact Ted Bahr at email@example.com or +1 631-421-4158 x101.
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