29 minutes | Jun 8th 2020

Change Is Still “Up in the Air” (Drone / UAV Building Assessments)

By Melinda Sokoloski

This article is from the June, 2020 issue of IIBEC Interface. Read along and view images on our website: https://iibec.org/change-is-still-up-in-the-air

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