Join this webinar for insights into the different factors to consider when trying to decide whether to insource or outsource your program, including budget considerations, prioritizing your needs, and making a final decision.
The webinar will feature 60 minutes of presentations and 15 minutes of a panel discussion and Q&A where you can have your questions answered live by the presenters.
When: Thursday, April 1 at 10 A.M. EST / 4:00 P.M. CEST
Duration: 1 hour and 15 minutes
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& Operations Manager Osprey Integrity Ltd.
Courtland has a deep history of conducting inspections with a variety of NDT methods and tools, with an emphasis on visual external and corrosion surveys. He has been the Chief Executive at Osprey Integrity, a leading inspection service provider in Canada, for almost three years. Courtland is also a certified drone pilot and has worked as a corporate pilot, and brings an extensive knowledge of inspections and piloting to bear on his inspection work with drones.
Scott has worked as the General Manager of MFE Canada for the last seven years. In this role, he helps professionals leverage robotics solutions to improve their inspection workflows. He regularly advises inspectors and end users in how to best leverage existing NDT, RVI, and other inspection instruments to get the data they need to meet their inspection requirements. In the webinar, Scott will be covering technology and training to get inspectors up to speed for using drone technology in outdoor inspection scenarios.
Content Marketing Manager
Zacc has been working as a writer and reporter in the drone industry since 2016. He currently holds the title of Content Marketing Manager at Flyability, and in that role he writes case studies, articles, press releases, and in-depth guides about drones and NDT inspection methods, as well as heading up Flyability's ongoing webinar efforts. Zacc is also a contributing writer at UAV Coach, where he has written over 450 articles about the drone industry.