Construction Today - November 2017 - 68
Commercial | VOLAERO
First in Flight
KEEPING UP WITH THE LATEST DRONE TECHNOLOGY HELPS VOLAERO BEST SERVE CLIENTS. BY JIM HARRIS
he use of commercial unmanned
aerial vehicles (UAVs), or drones,
has become common in the construction industry in recent years.
For many construction companies and
drone service providers, the biggest current
question surrounding drones isn't what
they can do now, but what they will be able
to do in the future.
"We've seen that over the last two to three
years, drones have made a splash because of
all the cool stuff they can do," says Charles
Zwebner, CEO and president of VolAero,
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a Miami-based drone services provider.
"We're now seeing the maturity of the
drone; our clients are asking us where the
yield is on this technology. There is always
new technology and new software. It's coming at breakneck speed."
Zwebner believes his company is at the
forefront of the latest developments in the
rapidly evolving drone industry. "We keep
ahead of the technology curve and have the
newest and greatest technology you can
provide," he says.
VolAero's fleet includes a wide range of
* Headquarters: Miami
* Employees: 8
* Specia y: Drone image capture, processing and analysis
"There is always new technology
and new o ware. It's coming
at breakneck peed."
- Charles Zwebner, founder and CEO