Cieslewicz to Present at Commercial UAV Expo

Cieslewicz to Present at Commercial UAV Expo

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CN Utility Consulting (CNUC) President and Chief Consultant Stephen Cieslewicz will be presenting at the Commercial UAV Expo.

The event will be held October 5 through 7 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Cieslewicz will be present alongside Tero Heinonen of Sharper Shape on Consolidated UAV Patrol: Utility Company Applications and Feasibility on Wednesday, October 7 at 4:25 p.m. in Milano rooms 3, 4, 7 and 8.

This presentation will look at the issues of data acquisition and application through the use of UAV in comparison with the traditional foot patrol and the manned helicopter-based LiDAR and imagery.

Directly following the presentation there will be a panel discussion on UAVs for Utilities and Inspection. Panelists include Stephen Cieslewicz, Tero Heinonen, Jeremy Wigmore of Aerialtronics, Nathan Schuett of PreNav and Lewis Graham of GeoCue Group.

Visit the Commercial UAV Expo website for more information and a list of attendees, exhibitors and presenters.

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