Drones, Data, and the Future with J.B. Bernstein of AviSight

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Drones are more than just toys or weapons – they’re at the forefront of new technologies for property rights, human rights, and global development. The way we think about drones and their uses has vastly shifted over the years. Businesses and entire industries have begun adopting them for one key point, and that is data collection. We sat down with J.B. Bernstein, CEO of AviSight, to talk about recent innovations in drone tech, and how he utilizes them for comprehensive data collection. “Drones represent the best way to collect data,” Bernstein said. We discuss the importance and limitations of going past BVLOS, how the FAA is working to regulate drone use, and where he sees the development of drones going in the next 5 to 10 years.

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