Drone Surveying 101
Experienced operators discuss cost, achievable accuracy, workflows & more
In this webinar you will learn:
- How drones can expand your commercial offer
- What geospatial accuracy drones can achieve
- How drones fit into today’s geospatial workflow
- The potential risks of implementing drone tech
- How regulations can affect professional drone use
Kevin Corbley is a communications consultant with 27 years of experience in the geospatial industry. Since 1993, he has operated his own PR & Marketing Communications firm (Corbley Communications) based in Denver, Colorado, USA, serving geospatial clients worldwide. He has authored more than 750 magazine articles for geotechnology publications and moderated numerous webinars for high-tech firms. Kevin holds a degree in Geology with a specialization in remote sensing.
Marc is Vice President National Freight Rail at Jacobs Engineering. He has more than 28 years of experience in developing technology solutions for rail clients, including passenger and freight services. Marc holds a Geographic Information System Professional (GISP) certification from Cal Poly Pomona, a B.S. in Computer Information Systems from Chapman University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Southern California. He also holds an FAA Remote Pilot Certification. Example project: Californian High Speed Rail survey.
Aidan is the Managing Director at ASM Ireland, one of the country’s leading aerial service providers. The company boasts more than 16 years’ in-field surveying experience and was the first licenced to operate a drone commercially in Ireland. Its client projects span quarry mapping, major road improvement planning, coastal erosion mapping, golf course surveys, environmental monitoring and more, combining both drone and traditional surveying technologies. A civil engineer by trade, Aidan previously worked as the site manager of what was the largest landfill project in Europe at the time.