Thursday, February 21, 2019 at 1:00 PM (CT)
Space on poles for communication, supply and safety zones all need to be measured and recorded accurately, especially when you are dealing with permitting and NESC regulations. Whether you’re an owner or the attacher, measuring attachment heights, separation, and Right-of-Way clearances are all easier said than done. Learn the pros and cons of available measurement technologies and the best practices to deliver reliable audit documentation quicker and safer.
Learn the best field measurement technology and practices for both the wired and wireless communications industry. In this webinar you will learn what assets can easily be measured and how to electronically collect accurate field data quicker and safer.
Derrick Reish, Sr. Product Manager Professional Measurement
Steve Colburn, Applications Training Specialist
Jerad Baletka, Journeyman Estimator
Derrick received a BS degree in Technologies Studies with emphasis in product development. Over the last 19 years has been in the professional measurement and geospatial industries as the Sr. Product Manager for Laser Technology, Inc. With a focus on understanding business needs, product lifecycles and providing field to office solutions for industries such as electric utilities, public works, forestry, construction, and mining.
Steve is a true pioneer in product development, marketing, sales, service and support at LTI and has been doing it for over 25 years. Steve has a BS in Geophysics and has previously worked in the Oil & Gas industry where he learned the surveying trade, making him an unparalleled asset to this team.
Jerad has been in the power delivery industry for 16 years and is currently a Journeyman Estimator. He determines load requirements and ensures there is adequate NESC clearances for overhead lines including power, cable TV, phone, and internet cables.
Laser Technology Inc. (LTI) is a Colorado-based manufacturer devoted to the design and manufacture of innovative laser-based measurement instruments. The Professional Measurement division addresses real-world needs and applications for the GIS, forestry, mining, utilities, telecom and surveying markets. LTI is the clear leader of pulse-measurement technology and has a strong, worldwide partner and distribution network.