How to Prepare Your Employees for a Drone-Filled Future

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Author: Lauren ElmoreCatalogue/Brochure
Once upon a time, decision makers in the aggregates industry had to rely on guesswork to figure out whether they could meet a client need. Fast-forward to today, and drone technology has taken much of the guesswork out of the equation. Plus, mines are safer because data collectors are spending less time in the field.

As drone tech continues to improve, there will be fewer and fewer reasons for decision makers not to incorporate drones. In the aggregates industry, it's imperative that executives begin to prepare even their most tech-challenged employees for a drone-filled future. Download our article, published in Rock Products, to learn about four tips that can help you get started. 
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