Way up in the sky, there is a community of airborne robots performing a wide variety of tasks from delivering pizza to fighting crime. While this may sound like the beginning of a new sci-fi film, this is actually a new reality. Drones, also known as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), are taking the place of tasks that were once highly difficult or impossible for human beings to perform. Drones are everywhere and their uses are continuing to expand. The 2018 estimated drone market is 14 billion USD and is projected to grow to 43 billion by 2024!
As safety leaders in the 21st century, it is not only beneficial to take advantage of this technology, it would be irresponsible for us not to. By allowing drones to take the place of human beings during dangerous tasks, one can eliminate the possibilities of serious harm or fatalities. In 2017, there were 166 workplace deaths involving confined space entry; 15% higher than 2016. Why subject your people to this risk when you can have a drone do it for you? 887 workers were killed from elevated falls in 2017. It is likely that some of these workers, some of these fathers, some of these mothers, some of these loved ones, would still be living if their job task had been replaced by a drone. Drones have been used successfully in a wide variety of applications throughout the safety field. Drones can be used to reduce exposure to hazardous substances and radiation; for disaster response and dangerous inspections; surveying power lines; monitoring work sites; security surveillance, ETC. Perhaps you should consider using drones to replace dangerous tasks performed by your people. ProTect-All is ready to help
ProTect-All is not your ordinary Drone Company! I was asked why I would enter a market that is saturated with companies many of which are backed by large investors. What would we offer that is different or unique? First, we are a full service Environmental, Health, Safety, and Security consulting company, who really prides themselves on reducing risk. Most Drone companies just film the inspections. We support our customers with skilled and certified API and safety degreed inspection staff. We’ve been doing API inspections for over 13 years using technology to reduce risks. In today’s world, people rely on drone technology, but our focus is a layer deeper. Most drone technology, relies on the people behind the controller. If you want to learn how to make a drone fly, you will most likely learn with a quick review of your owners-manual and a little practice. However, If you want you can make a difference with drone technology, you can choose us to help you. We are more than a Drone company; we are people helping people to ProTect-All.