Zephyr UAS, Inc. was chosen as a finalist for 2017's Be Inspired Awards at the Bentley Year in Infrastructure Conference in Singapore on October 10-12. The annual Be Inspired Awards competition recognizing BIM advancements in infrastructure, is an integral part of The Year in Infrastructure Conference, which brings together infrastructure professionals and members of the media from around the globe to share innovative practices in infrastructure project design, engineering, construction, and operations.
ZUI's work on the California High-Speed Rail Project was recognized as a finalist in BIM Advancement in Rail and Transit.
Zephyr UAS, Inc.'s work for the California High-Speed Rail Authority was the topic of a case study by senseFly, a company which develops and produces aerial imaging UAVs for professional applications. Check out the links below:
Watch Charter Local Edition interview Zephyr UAS' co-founder Jackie Patterson and CA High-Speed Rail Authority Regional Director Michelle Boehm about how they are using UAVs for the design and construction of the nation's first high speed rail system.
Zephyr UAS, Inc. (ZUI) is awarded its first multi-year, multi-million dollar contract. As a major subconsultant to DHS Consulting, Inc., ZUI will be a key member of the Construction Management Team for Los Angeles Metro’s Division 20 Portal Widening Turnback Project. “We essentially opened our doors as a result of Metro’s DBE program and we are thrilled to start our relationship with Metro, especially in regards to the critical expansion of the Division 20 Yard. ,” said Ms. Janelle Patterson, ZUI President. ZUI will be providing: constructability reviews, resident engineering, inspection and safety oversight services for this contract
Zephyr UAS, Inc. (ZUI) was featured in an article in the November 2017 issue of Railway Track & Structures (RT&S) magazine. The article, written by editor Mischa Waneck-Libman, mentions ZUI's presentation of its work for California High-Speed Rail at the 2017 Bentley Year in Infrastructure Conference in Singapore. Waneck-Libman states that ZUI's presentation "stood out" at the conference and that it is an interesting example of the trend of going digital on the railway.
Click HERE for the article which starts on pg. 3.
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