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Anyone willing to share your experience creating an unmanned aerial drone program within your company for an upcoming book?
I'm currently writing a book for people in civil engineering fields about bringing a drone safely, legally, and profitably into their company or department operations. Most of the book will be about effective project management. I'm looking for more examples or data points on the cost and schedule (actual vs estimated) to give readers an accurate reality check on expectations. The book is packed with lessons learned from the past 2+ years of "Part 107" rules in the USA. If you have any major lessons learned I'll be grateful to hear that too. Anyone who contacts me to share their experience will get a free copy of the paperback book when it is available in May 2018. I will keep your name and company anonymous and confidential. Thanks, Brett
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Looks like good offer, I can see that a drone can be useful in substations and switch-yards.
Eliminating the risk for arc flash so no human reach near restricted area and the drone can do few jobs from top.
I don't mind to help, but I live in Australia
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1 reply by Brett Hoffstadt
Apr 03, 2018 4:26 PM
Brett Hoffstadt
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Thanks Kevin. I would still love your help or input. Australia is leading the way with commercial drones in many ways. How would you like to talk more? Thanks, Brett
Fascinating technology.
Apr 03, 2018 1:07 AM
Replying to Kevin Drake
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I don't mind to help, but I live in Australia
Thanks Kevin. I would still love your help or input. Australia is leading the way with commercial drones in many ways. How would you like to talk more? Thanks, Brett

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