Where can you go to learn about precision data systems?
On October 31, more than 2,000 precision data professional will converge in Las Vegas for the Commercial UAV Expo. Precision data measurement and services represents one of the greatest opportunities for UAS growth. At this conference, experts will share the latest developments and opportunities for commercial UAS technology in such drone markets as Surveying & Mapping; Civil Infrastructure; Power & Utilities; Precision Agriculture; Law Enforcement, Emergency Response and others.
In this episode of the Drone Radio Show, Lisa Murray, Director of the Commercial UAV Expo and Jeremiah Karpowicz, Executive Editor talk about the Expo, the benefits of attending, and they’ll share some insights into the role of UAVs in the precision measurement field. Even if you decide not to attend the Expo, you’re going to enjoy learning about this sector of the drone industry.
Can a drone make you a better golfer? If you ask that question of today’s guest, he’d say not only can it make you a better golfer, but it can also grow a golf course business.
Dave Hovasse is founder of OhWowGolf, a Colorado Springs based business that uses drones to create augumented reality representations of the standard golf yardage books. On this edition of the Drone Radio Show, we’ll learn about Oh Wow Golf, how Dave is building a business around drones and augmented reality systems and we’ll also hear how Oh Wow Golf is plans to support wounded veterans via new economic opportunities.
Are we ready for true autonomous aerial vehicles?
That’s one of the questions we’ll explore on today’s show.
Arial Avitan is the Chief Commercial Officer for Percepto, an Israeli based company that develops hardware and software that enables drones to fly and perform tasks autonomously. Their boards use computer vision software and several sensors to give drones the ability to perform complex flight and commercial tasks in a more accurate, safe and effective way. On this episode of the Drone Radio Show, Arial talks about Percepto, their innovative products and the work they are doing in creating fully autonomous drones for the commercial sector.
Anil Nanduri is Vice President in the New Technology Group and General Manager of the UAV segment at Intel Corporation. He is responsible for establishing Intel’s unmanned aviation systems business and pursuing opportunities for growth in this segment. This group has been developing innovative new applications for drone technology. On this episode of the Drone Radio Show, Anil talks about Intel’s entry into the drone industry, some of the products and technologies that Intel is working on and he’ll provide some insights into where the industry is headed.