The evening was sponsored by Delaware County Council, the Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, AT&T and HeadRoom.
The Delco Times even wrote an article about the event and featured Liberty Inspection Group! Take a look at this excerpt:
Civil engineer Chris Early, of Liberty Inspection Group, had a presence inside and outside the tent. The Aston company uses drones to perform home, property and building inspections and while he spoke, representative Cainen Bedsaul flew the unmanned aerial vehicles outside of the shelter.
Early focused his presentation on the ability of drones to inspect bridges, noting their use is safer, cheaper and less intrusive than the typical method of a bucket truck blocking traffic while an individual checks the structure. He has contacted PennDOT and hoped the presentation would be an effective tool in beginning a conversation with the highway department.
“Pennsylvania has thousands of bridges that need to be inspected and this would be a much more cost-effective method,” he said. “Drones are a forward-thinking way that could be used to supplement the work.”
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