TerraLogic Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Solutions for State Departments of Transportation, Public Health, and Environment
Terralogic Sustainable Solutions (TerraLogic) is an expert in Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) drone inspection services, a valuable technology for state transportation departments. TerraLogic has been actively leading discussions on this topic in recent months, with more events planned.
TerraLogic will be presenting on Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) opportunities to the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT) on April 12, 2017. The presentation will be given to NMDOT representatives from environmental, engineering, right of way, hydraulics and maintenance departments. With a focus on UAV applications that are being used or researched by other DOTs nationwide, this lecture will highlight opportunities for NMDOT to improve resource efficiency, employee safety, and obtain high-quality data.
In May 2017, Art Hirsch, Owner of TerraLogic, will be attending the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) UAV Committee Meeting in Salt Lake City. The UDOT undertook several UAV research and development initiatives, along with proof of concept projects that confirmed the advantages of this technology. UDOT is now conducting an aggressive UAV Program and will soon be initiating implementation for many DOT engineering and environmental applications.
TerraLogic has just completed a series of UAV presentations to the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) in February 2017. These presentations focused on the many UAV capabilities and transportation applications available to CDOT and were presented to four CDOT Regions. Those in attendance represented CDOT engineering, right of way, environmental, survey, and maintenance departments.
In February 2017, TerraLogic presented to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) and US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials about the deployment of UAV and drones for past and current Superfund sites. The focus of the presentation was on UAV applications for re-vegetation and environmental monitoring, especially for mining sites.