Can Mesh Technology offer a new paradigm for delivering autonomous drone services?
Guy Cherni is the Chief Marketing Officer of Atlas Dynamics, an aerospace company providing fully autonomous UAV solutions. With its propriety technology, Atlas Dynamics creates top tier drone based solutions that are accessible and seamless to use, address common problems and simplify everyday tasks. Guy has extensive experience in technology startups, social entrepreneurship, and community development. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy, Political Science and Economics and a master’s degree in Industrial Design. In this episode of the Drone Radio Show, Guy talks about the company’s fully autonomous drones, mesh technology and how it will change the way drone services are designed and delivered.
How We Can We Safety Network and Connect When the CorronaVirus has effectively shut down the trade show industry?
Lisa Murray is the event director for Diversified Communications, an international media company with more than 13 years’ experience in producing world-renowned events for precision measurement professionals. If you’re in this field, then you have most likely have attended one of their events, including SPAR 3D Conference & Expo, the International Lidar Mapping Forum or the Commercial UAV Expo. As many of you know, the CoronaVirus has forced many companies to alter their business operations, especially where gathering of people is the norm. Conferences and expos have been cancelled. That has been bad news, not only for the trade show and conference industry, but also for businesses that rely on those events to build contacts, learn of new innovations, meet with clients and close sales.
In this edition of the Drone Radio Show, Lisa talks about plans by Diversified Communications to hold this year’s Commercial UAV Expo and the UAV Expo Europe online, in a virtual format. We talk about how the decision to go virtual came about, the challenges of taking a live event into the online realm and what attendees can expect at this year’s shows. Joining Lisa is Lee Corkhill who heads up marketing for Diversified’s events and Danielle Gagne, and editorial analyst, also from Diversified Communications, who specializes in the UAV technology sector.
Can Drones Help to Restore Consumer Confidence in this Time Of the Coronavirus?
For that question, we head to Fargo, North Dakota and speak with Anthony Molzahn, CEO and co-founder of Project Phoenix. Project Phoenix is software company and developer of AegisFlow, an online marketplace for drone pilots to upload, stream, share and sell photos, videos and 3D modeling content. As the CEO of a software company and operator of a drone services platform, Anthony has a unique view of the drone ecosystem in Fargo. I recently spoke with Anthony about how the coronavirus was affecting that ecosystem. His answers surprised me. In this edition of the Drone Radio Show, Anthony shares his insights into how drone operators are adapting to business under the coronavirus, how the North Dakota Department of Commerce is encouraging local businesses to deploy measures that will restore consumer confidence and how drone businesses are using the technology to create value, while supporting economic stability.
What do Entrepreneurs in the Drone Industry Need to Know?
If you’re a regular listener to the podcast, then you know that oftentimes I ask my guests for their advice on starting and growing a drone based business. I’ve compiled the audio clips from several of my interviews into single stream of consciousness, where you can benefit from the advice in a single listen.
In this episode of the Drone Radio Show, we’ll hear from industry notables like Anthony Molzahn, Brendan Stewart, Lorenz Meier, Robert Dalhstrom, Michael Chasen, Josh Ziering, Alan Beach, Jono Millen and others as they share their advice to starting and building a successful business in the drone industry.