Preparing for takeoff: A guide to drones

DroneDeploy offers readers a guide for a successful drone deployment in your company. The introduction follows. Register for the full report here:

Introduction: Why businesses are considering drones

Many companies are considering drones for 2018. Commercial drone legislation introduced around the world has made it possible for today’s largest businesses to integrate these powerful tools into their operations.

Drones rapidly capture aerial data and deliver insights to fuel better decisions. With on-demand data, your company can transform day-to-workflows, increase collaboration, and be more productive.

Businesses are constantly looking to innovate by improving or replacing inefficient processes. Drones make this possible. Drone mapping provides three-fold time and costs savings compared to traditional methods of data capture. What once may have taken days or weeks can be efficiently captured and analyzed in hours, providing insights in record time. Just ask the surveyor using drones to save time mapping a property, or speak to the contractor improving safety by eliminating the need to put workers on rooftops for inspections.

We frequently hear that our customers see 3 to 5 fold ROI compared to existing practices, making drones well worth the investment. With benefits like these, it’s no surprise that drones are on the rise across industries including construction, agriculture, surveying, mining, and insurance.

If you’re considering drones, you’ve probably got some questions. Where do I start?  What should I consider? What are the risks?

In this guide, we’ll cover the need-to-know information for getting your drone program off the ground. Expect answers to some of the most commonly asked questions when deploying drones at scale. You’ll learn about federal drone regulations, purchasing hardware and software, hiring pilots, training employees, minimizing risk, getting insurance, maintaining your fleet, and more.

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