Drones Take On Critical Role In Disaster Management

Drones are making a positive impact nationwide

FORT MYERS, Fla., Jan. 30, 2018 — (PRNewswire) —  Soaring Sky, a premiere drone service and training company, is working with insurance companies nationwide to improve disaster management and structural inspections. The use of the latest drone technology is safer, more efficient, and more cost-effective than traditional methods.

Soaring Sky Drone Pilot inspecting multi-family home after Hurricane Irma.

"The aerial imagery allows adjusters more time to analyze and assess damage, while reducing time that is wasted driving to and visiting each site. Our drones provide a faster inspection process, a safer way for adjusters to do their jobs without having to physically climb on structures, ultimately saving insurance companies time and money," said Soaring Sky Co-Founder, Ryan Cowell.

More insurance companies are now adopting the technology, and seeing the added benefits of aerial imagery. The imagery provides the needed precision and detail allowing adjusters to zoom in and inspect roofs with incredible accuracy. The images can also be used to take precise measurements without setting a foot on a roof.  When disasters strike and affect so many homes and people, drones are helping to expedite the process to restore lives as fast as possible. Insurance companies and their clients are benefitting more and more as this tool is utilized with greater frequency.

Soaring Sky has flown over more than 800 homes throughout the state of Florida in the past two months alone. Going into 2018, the company plans to cover other states that have experienced natural disasters in 2017. They are also launching their own Roof Inspection Training Program for Drone Pilots nationwide.

To learn more about Soaring Sky property and damage assessment, you can visit SoaringSky.net

Soaring Sky is the leader in Commercial Drone Solutions and Training. Working closely with small businesses and enterprise level companies, Soaring Sky focuses on key industries such as Insurance, Energy, Utilities, Public Safety, and Education. They work closely with the FAA to ensure they maintain the highest standards of operation. All of their pilots on staff are 107 licensed and trained by Soaring Sky. They believe in soaring to new levels and inspiring new possibilities.

For more information, please contact Ryan Cowell at (239) 333.2447 or email at Email Contact. Photographs are available upon request.

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Company Name: Soaring Sky
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