DroneDeploy is truly an all-in-one solution when it comes to mining’s most popular use cases. Whether planning, developing, or documenting sites, tracking pit wall stability, or managing various stockpiles, applications for drone technology abound in this space.
In this webinar, join Jason Carignan, Mine Technologist at Impala Canada, as he details his reality capture workflow and real-world examples of pertinent issue resolution at one of the largest mining organizations in North America.
You’ll have the opportunity to have your questions answered by a seasoned mining professional, and see firsthand how DroneDeploy’s drone software fits into your current operations management system.
Product Marketing Lead (AEC), DroneDeploy
Jason Nichols is a Product Marketing Lead (AEC) at DroneDeploy. Located in Los Gatos, CA, he manages messaging, content creation and marketing strategy for the aggregates, mining and construction industries. Prior to joining DroneDeploy, Jason worked as a Product Marketer for several construction software and hardware companies such as Stockpile Reports, Kespry, and Topcon Positioning Systems. Jason is also a Professional Geologist in the State of California and worked for 10 years as an Engineering Geologist, where he performed geologic surveys and generated topographic maps for quarries, mines, and construction sites. Jason holds a BS in Geology from San Jose State University and completed a GIST graduate program at the University of Southern California.
Mine Technologist, Impala Canada
Jason Carignan has been a part of the Engineering department in the Mining Industry for the past 18 years. In 2013 Jason introduced his hobby of building RC rotor craft into his daily work routine as a means for safety inspections in the underground mine. From there he expounded on use cases for Drones in mining and begin utilizing Photogrammetry for surface stockpile reconciliation and aerial mapping.