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Matt Chester on Jun 25, 2019

Thanks for sharing, Harjeet. How quickly can an organization go from having no exposure to drones for inspections to using these as a part of their regular maintenance? How steep is that learning curve?

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Harjeet Johal on Jun 26, 2019

Thanks, Matt. The transition to using drones is relatively easy. Typically, the asset manager or O&M provider will be out-sourcing the drone inspection to a third-party expert, so there is no need for internal training, equipment procurement, data analysis software, etc. They will need to use a thorough RFP and vetting process to select a quality vendor for their drone inspection, and prepare their workflow to accept high-quality drone data to inform their maintenance decisions.

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