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Q&A: The Future of Drones at Construction Sites

The use of construction site drones continues to increase, as the technology offers a unique perspective of a project’s progress. Winston-Salem-based TrueLook is one such company exploring the benefits of drones, after pioneering construction camera technologies that combine live jobsite viewing, project time lapsing and HD security for more than 20 years. The company has found that drone technology can provide project planners and supervisors a high-definition, bird’s-eye view of a jobsite and can help extend the documentation of construction activities to every square foot of a jobsite.

School Construction News spoke with Ken Pittman, marketing director for TrueLook, about this new technology and how construction managers are integrating it on the jobsite. The company currently offers drone missions to its camera customers.

Read the full Q&A:

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Allison Shaub

Allison is TrueLook’s Chief Marketing Officer. In her role, she is responsible for developing strategic marketing and communications programs that generate awareness and drive deeper customer engagement. She has over a decade of experience helping brands build and scale their marketing efforts. Outside of business hours she enjoys spending time with her husband and two fur children.

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