Skylogic Research Adds More Commercial Drone Market Experts for Increased Coverage and Analysis

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Skylogic Research, LLC  (http://www.droneanalyst.com/) today announced that Christopher Korody and Will Tompkinson will join the Drone Analyst® network of Contributor / Advisors.  Each are specialized commercial unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) industry experts and allow Skylogic Research to scale its market analysis to meet the growing demand of industry insights.

“We are very excited to have these two specialists on board,” said Colin Snow, CEO and Founder. “Each brings a wealth of knowledge on the impact of drone technology on commercial users.  As the commercial UAS market continues to mature, there is demand for specialisation and these two are tops in their specialised fields.”

These independent professionals join other Skylogic Research team members and contractors who lend their proficiency and assistance to provide industry insights, thought leadership content, research, and consulting.

  • Christopher Korody is the founder of DroneBusiness.center and specialises in strategy, market research and content for marketing, PR, and social media.
  • Will Tompkinson is Owner and Consulting Lead for Insightful Dimensions and specialises in the domain of 3D data capture and LiDAR for the purposes of metrology and geomatics applications.

 

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Colin Snow
Colin Snow is CEO and Founder of Skylogic Research, LLC (also known as Drone Analyst®), a research, content, and advisory services firm for the commercial unmanned aerial systems (UAS) industry. Colin is a 25 year technology industry veteran with a background in market research, enterprise software, electronics, digital imaging, and mobility. His experience includes aerial photography as well as making, programming, and piloting remote control aircraft. Colin holds an MBA from Florida Atlantic University and is a member of all major UAS industry groups including: AUVSI, RCAPA, and AMA.