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Research meets Service for Unmanned Students at Indiana State
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Libby Roerig, Director of Communications and Media Relations/Chief Content Strategist and Magazine Editor, Indiana State University

Indiana State University students are getting valuable hands-on experience by starting an unmanned systems organization and conducting research for the local parks departmentwhile testing new software and equipment. The students’ newly...

Leveraging Drones to Increase Safety and Productivity
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Hugo Vasquez, Deputy CIO, The AES Corporation

Imagine you need to inspect and possibly repair a large and critical electrical wire. There are hospitals, businesses and households depending on your work. Now imagine that a wire is suspended 120 feet up in the air and you are teetering next to...

Big Data That Flies: Data Acquisition With Aerial Drones
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Robert E. Sinclair, Corporate CAD Technology Manager, Civil & Environmental Consultants

Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), or drones, have moved from “cool toy” to “essential workhorse” in the minds of many businesspeople – particularly those in the construction, oil and gas, mining, and aggregate...

The Power of Technology for Non-Profit Organizations
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Gail Hyde, VP-IT & CIO, Habitat for Humanity International

At Habitat for Humanity International, technology plays a large role in our efforts to help people build strength, stability and independence through shelter and transform communities around the world. Any nonprofit international nonprofits in...

The Digital Vision
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Cynthia Johnson, CIO, California Resources Corporation

The digital oilfield vision includes many use cases of technology. Advancements for the oilfield are keeping up and maybe outpacing Moore’s Law which suggests technology capability doubles every two years. However, the application of...