Using Drones For Long Range Asset Monitoring

Welcome to our latest blog post highlighting the coverage of SkyX by the Drones Radio Show, where we discuss the topic of “Using Drones For Long Range Asset Monitoring”. In this episode, SkyX takes the center stage, showcasing our revolutionary drone technology that is being used to transform the way long-range asset surveillance is conducted. We explore how our cutting-edge drone systems are enabling businesses to conduct more efficient and cost-effective asset management, all while minimizing risk and enhancing safety. Join us as we unpack the various applications of SkyX’s innovative technology, and the potential it holds for the future of long-range asset surveillance.

“Didi Horn is the Founder and CEO of SkyX.  SkyX is revolutionizing the way aerial data is accumulated, analyzed, and actioned. By integrating Artificial Intelligence with purpose-built aerial systems, SkyX delivers actionable data so enterprise organizations can mitigate risks, assess situations faster and make intelligent and informed decisions.  The company’s services and technology are redefining long-range asset monitoring.

Didi has more than 15 years of experience in aviation, aerospace, and drones. He served with the Air Force for nearly a decade as both a captain and drone pilot. In 2015, Didi established SkyX, which started with three employees with an idea to reshape oil and gas asset management and safety operations. Under Didi’s leadership, SkyX provides long range aerial asset monitoring that prevents potentially dangerous pipeline issues such as leaks, sinkholes, vegetation encroachment, and theft.  Thus saving lives and better protecting the environment from spills. In this episode of the Drone Radio Show, Didi talks about SkyX, its long-range asset monitoring service, and how it is providing value and safety to oil and gas companies.”

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