Sometimes the biggest question that we get asked is “How do I convince my company to take on a drone project?” One key is simply showing what can be done with a drone and its benefits.
The hardest part of starting up is starting out.
We are excited to announce another one of our articles has been published. This time in GreenMaster, the official publication of the Canadian Golf Course Superintendents Association.
“Poor little guy just wants to go out and play” – Thanks to Brian Faucher for allowing us to use his image. As some struggle with unfavourable weather, we have started to get back into the swing of conducting flights for our clients.
“Drones & Turf: Monitoring Health of Green Spaces.” We have been featured in the Turf and Rec publication, which serves the Canadian turf and grounds maintenance industry.
As we get into spring and summer, the golf season would normally begin to start, this year it will be a little different. So in the mean time why not choose to show your golfers what some of your course looks like.
We have been busy not only working with clients, but also working with some associations to create articles to inform their members about the use of drones within their industries.
A drone can be a powerful tool for a golf course to provide a different perspective for marketing material and for use with course management. Here is a short overview of key benefits that insight from altitude can give to golf courses.