Former Modestan Brian Whiteside runs VDOS, a company that recently received an exemption from the FAA to operate unmanned aircraft commercially in the United States. His company will use the drones to perform inspections on oil rigs and other structures that otherwise might endanger people sent up or lowered to do the inspections.
Former Modestan Brian Whiteside runs VDOS, a company that recently received an exemption from the FAA to operate unmanned aircraft commercially in the United States. His company will use the drones to perform inspections on oil rigs and other structures that otherwise might endanger people sent up or lowered to do the inspections. VDOS Global LLC VDOS Global LLC
Former Modestan Brian Whiteside runs VDOS, a company that recently received an exemption from the FAA to operate unmanned aircraft commercially in the United States. His company will use the drones to perform inspections on oil rigs and other structures that otherwise might endanger people sent up or lowered to do the inspections. VDOS Global LLC VDOS Global LLC

Ex-Modestan’s company cleared for drone takeoff

December 17, 2014 04:44 PM

UPDATED December 17, 2014 06:00 PM

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