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“The Rise of the [Geospatial] Machines Part 3: New Opportunities in the Coming Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Age” by CEO Mike Tully featured by Sensors & Systems

“The Rise of the [Geospatial] Machines Part 3: New Opportunities in the Coming Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Age” by CEO Mike Tully featured by Sensors & Systems

Mike TullyIn the final installment of an ongoing three part series at Sensors & Systems, Aerial Services’ President & CEO Mike Tully addresses “The Rise of the [Geospatial] Machines Part 3: New Opportunities in the Coming Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Age”.  The entire series was featured by Sensors & Systems’ Matt Ball of Vector1 Media.

In part three, Mr. Tully discusses UAS innovation and how it will disrupt a number of geospatial models, current boundaries to progress and those pushing UAS forward despite it, and the need for further advocacy. Here is a sampling:

“The number of new opportunities in the coming UAS economy is breathtaking. There remain many regulatory obstacles that threaten the robust maturation of this disruptive technology. There will be winners and losers among geospatial and remote sensing firms. Existing providers can remain relevant, but they must profitably transition to the new paradigm and leverage the “NAS platform” to extract new value from points and pixels. The best firms will recognize and capitalize on the many new opportunities made possible by the NAS platform of UAS.”

You can read the entire article “The Rise of the [Geospatial] Machines Part 3: New Opportunities in the Coming Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) Age” at Sensors & Systems.

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Part 1: The Future with Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)

Part 2: Business and Privacy

Mike Tully has been the President & CEO of Aerial Services, Inc. (Cedar Falls, IA) since 2002. He is a certified photogrammetrist, and has a B.S. in Forestry from Northern Arizona University, a M.S. in Forestry Entomology from the University of Maine, and a Masters in Business Administration from the University of Northern Iowa. He is a certified GIS-Professional, techno-geek, and the head of "Getting Right Things Done Well" at Aerial Services. Mike is an innovator and thinker.

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