Webinar on drone use in quarries

Interest in using drones in the aggregates industry is at all-time high, and the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association wants to help aggregate producers understand how to use the new technology to their advantage.

The association is to host a new AGG1 online webinar called Drones and Mining. The event is set to take place on February 25 from 1-2 pm (EST).

The event will help teach those in the aggregates industry how other companies are using drone aerial images to help change how they go about their business. The webinar will show how unmanned aerial vehicles can be used to conduct planning, mine operations and stockpile measurements.

Sully-Miller Contracting business development manager Jon Layne and drone company Kespry business development manager Adam Rice will be the featured speakers for the webinar,

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The National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association

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