Flying High: Why the Industry Needs Drones to Get Off the Ground

Oh, the places they could go ... Industry experts say the benefits of drone use on construction jobsites could be significant: from marketing materials to determining the quality and compliance of safety processes. So, while the FAA finalizes its rule for commercial use of unmanned aerial vehicles, the May/June issue of Constructor examined the many possibilities of this emerging technology in our cover story, "Flying High."
Other highlights of the May/June issue include "The Machinery of Construction Economics," a feature that identifies the factors and calculations that go into the equipment equation; an infographic on the Workforce Shortage Report: Northeast Region; Ken Simonson's economic news; and the Technology Toolbox column, featuring NoteVault.

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