Video Demonstrates Value of Drones to Communications Tower I…

The National Association of Tower Erectors (NATE) in the present day launched a UAS security video as half of Volume 2 of their widespread Climber Connection collection. The video was showcased by NATE throughout a presentation on the 2017 Drone Focus Conference in Fargo, North Dakota. The 2017 Drone Focus Conference is an annual gathering of business UAS fanatics from all through the United States. U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao, U.S. Senator John Hoeven (R-ND) and North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum all attended and took part within the occasion.

The NATE UAS Operations video shines a highlight on the vital position that drones are enjoying within the communications tower business. The video additionally supplies an in depth overview on one of the best practices related to conducting drone operations at a tower web site, the present regulatory surroundings governing business drone operations and the business assets accessible to UAS operators to make sure that these actions are carried out safely and effectively. Additionally, the video consists of breath-taking aerial footage of a tower crew using a drone at a tower web site.

“Drones are changing the game in the communications tower industry from a safety, quality and efficiency perspective,” acknowledged Jacob Cowart from Phoenix Tower Service, LLC in Horton, Kansas. “NATE’s UAS Operations video is a great resource and a must-watch for everyone working in our industry,” added Cowart.

Here is the video:


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