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July 27, 2021 31 min

When it comes to construction and mining operations, understanding physical workflows can be as important as technological ones—and Skycatch sits right at the middle of that equation. By offering software solutions that allow drones to provide precise, real-time data capture of worksites, Skycatch enables their clients to work smarter. This technology allows companies to evaluate hazardous environments in ways that were once impossible, and this level of data and analysis is helping lead to safer, more efficient workplaces everywhere.

In this episode of The Restless Ones, we sit with David Chen, CTO of Skycatch. We’ll hear how David’s approach to solving real client challenges in the field has led him to the work he is doing now. From drones and LiDAR sensors, to harnessing the power of 5G to help mine and transmit vast amounts of 3D data from the field to analysts back home, David and his team are reimagining the fundamentals of the industrial process. 

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