Webinar

How the Department of the Interior Uses Drones

Date
June 21, 2018 at 10:00am PT

The Department of the Interior stewards over 500 million acres of land across the US, and drones are covering more of that area than ever before. Today, the DOI has a large fleet drones—with over 300 from 3DR—and they flew more than 5,000 missions in 2017 alone. This is helping make their surveying, mapping, and disaster response workflows dramatically safer and more efficient.
In this exclusive webinar co-hosted with Brad Koeckeritz, Division Chief for UAS at the DOI, we’ll give you an inside look in to the Interior’s drone program, how its run, and how they measure and achieve success. If you want to see how one of the world’s most robust drone programs works, this is a must-watch!

Key learnings:
• How the DOI built a large-scale drone program while flying safely and keeping data secure
• How the agency is using drones to capture accurate maps and 3D models at a fraction of the time and cost of traditional surveying
• Best practices and lessons learned from over 10,000 flights since 2010• How the agency is using drones to capture accurate maps and 3D models at a fraction of the time and cost of traditional surveying

• Best practices and lessons learned from over 10,000 flights since 2010

Hosted by:

  • Brad Koeckeritz
    Division Chief, UAS DOI
  • Hugh McFall, Product Marketing Manager, 3DR Hugh McFall
    Product Marketing Manager, 3DR

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