Drone Dispatch is your nationwide drone service provider always looking to help big industry incorporate drones into the operations they perform. The Drone Dispatch team was able to attend the Solar Business Festival in Austin, Texas on Friday, December 2nd. The team exhibited and provided a presentation called “Bridging The Gap Between The Drone Services and Solar Industries” to inform the attendees of what drones can do for companies participating in the solar industry.
The Drone Dispatch team is comprised of drone industry leaders from a colorful set of backgrounds. Drone Dispatch has positioned itself at the forefront of the nationwide drone services scene by providing a number of unique industries with a wide variety of service offerings over the last several years. We are enthusiastic about informing, educating and helping big industry incorporate drones into their operations.
The conference was held at the Hilton Hotel in Austin, TX, only a few miles from the Drone Dispatch corporate headquarters in neighboring Round Rock. Our experience at the event was a tremendous success. Our team was able to exhibit and have a variety of interesting conversations with representatives from the solar industry, as well as with people who participate in industries that are complementary to the solar space. The team also conducted a raffle at the conference and the winner was able to choose between a free drone or a free two hour consultation. The primary objective of the Drone Dispatch team was to clearly communicate “The Big Four” to the attendees. “The Big Four” includes saving time, saving money, reducing risk and providing additional utility for the firms who decide to incorporate drones into their organizations.
One of the members of the Drone Dispatch executive team, Joshua Barnett had the opportunity to present his talk “Bridging The Gap Between The Drone Services and Solar Industries” as an official speaker at the event. Our talk was considered the event’s “Innovation Showcase” meant to highlight new technology that can be used by solar firms. The talk was entitled “Bridging The Gap Between The Solar and Drone Services Industries”. The talk covered “The Big Four”. The first aspect of this is that drones save money. Drones do this by significantly reducing the time required in the field than is required by their traditional competitors. This leads perfectly into the second aspect of what drones do which is save time. They do this by being significantly faster and more nimble than the tools used in the solar industry today. The third aspect of this is that drones reduce risk for the solar firms who use them. Drones do this by eliminating the need to have a person in the field putting themselves in dangerous scenarios by climbing to places that are obvious safety hazards. The final leg of “The Big Four” is that drones provide additional utility. Drones do this by being able to gather multiple forms of media and producing a number of different data sets on one flight. No other tool in the solar space offers benefit stacking opportunities that can stack up to our drones.
The Drone Dispatch team attended the conference with the intent of educating solar business professionals of the benefits of incorporating drones into their operations. Our presenting opportunity went equally as well. The talk we gave provided Drone Dispatch with an opportunity to further distinguish itself as a leading drone service provider for the solar industry. We at Drone Dispatch are very excited about the developing opportunities for drones in the solar energy space, and look forward to our ever broadening horizons.