A Story Of Drone, New Talent And Vet

A Story Of Drone, New Talent And Vet

OilWith crew change in oil and gas, the challenges have been to attract new and young talent. However, with new technologies like drones are offering a solution to help bridge the gap between the seasoned vets edging toward retirement and incoming green talent.

 For workers that have been in the industry for year’s training adequately an incoming younger, tech-raised employee can be discouraging. With the upcoming equipped drones with aerial telepresence helps both new and seasoned workforce. With access to instant real-time visibility in the filed from anywhere around the world; it allows experienced workers to better train and empower the next generation, while also promoting the use of the most innovative tech to improve efficiency and safety.

When a new working is entering the oil and gas industry, training is the first step to learn and understand. With the usages of drones the training and on boarding of new hires is more efficient. Real-time training help helps to understand might could take days to understand, large and often dangerous areas of terrain, including pipelines, well sites and tanks now only takes a couple of hours.

Utilizing drones in oil and gas reduce costs, drive operational efficiencies and improve safety.

Costs saving of deploying trucks or helicopters to survey and inspect wide ranges of terrain, a drone can be launched within minutes for a fraction of the cost. And with added aerial visibility and intelligence, in the event of an alarm sound or emergency, a drone can quickly get eyes on a situation, and help operators and those who are less experienced better determine the right resources to manage a situation, instead of deploying tools that ultimately wouldn’t be needed.

Understanding the safety risk of the file di pertinent and knowing how to respond to an emergency that can save resources and lives. Smart operators are using drones for emergency response and helping to enhance situational awareness.

It is possible oil and gas operator might consider starting a program that will implement drones into daily operations. With the functionality and features like geo-fencing and obstacles avoidance technology, nearly anyone can easily and safely deploy a drone to get information, details, zoomed in view of assets that may be heard to view.

With new technologies becoming versatile, they can complement, and help retained top talents. While helping cost efficiency, increasing safety and improving operations.