Aggregate companies are looking for innovative ways to increase productivity, control costs and increase production at their quarries. Drones are now providing aggregate companies with access to their inventory information, helping you save time, money and helping to increase your bottom line.
As more and more people are adopting and utilizing drone technology, drones are becoming easier and easier to operate. They now require less steps to take off and get your tasks done. So, with it being so simple, how do you make sure that there are less complications that could potentially arise? Easy. By taking the proper steps and precautions to prepare your drone for flight. But how do you remember everything you need to do? Simple, with a Pre-Flight Checklist! Download your own Pre-Flight Checklist from Botlink here!
The construction industry is one where the smallest of mistakes can end up as costly errors and stop multi-million dollar projects right in their tracks.
With so much intense competition at hand—and so much risk involved—how can a business hope to stand out from the crowd and streamline their workflow, while also keeping new financial investments in technology at a minimal?
Shooting photography at eye-level is cool and all but shooting from a bird’s eye view captures photography in an entirely new way. In recent years, drone photography has taken off. The unique perspective from a drone’s view offers some impressive and breathtaking shots that cannot be captured with normal, eye-level photography.
As far as drones have evolved over the years, many consumer models still feature a max flight time of around 20 minutes. Some offer as little as five minutes. This fallback can be annoying to those wanting to fly longer than a third of an hour (which is probably the vast majority of pilots) so we wanted to give you some helpful tips (nine of them to be exact!) on how you can keep your drone in the air longer.
Sally French “The Drone Girl.” travels the globe giving lectures on the industry and is the creator of the popular website thedronegirl.com. The content crew at Botlink caught up with her to talk about how she got her start with drones, what the future may hold for them, and how they have positively impacted her life.
As the owner of ForeFront Ag Solutions, an independent crop consulting business located in Indiana, Erich Eller specializes in agronomy and precision agriculture. For the past two years he has incorporated drones into his business. He flies an AgEagle drone, and uses Botlink software to analyze the images he captures.