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Graduate from MHC takes to the skies with his new business
May 6, 2016Daniel Wilson, owner of Wilson Tech has created a company that specializes in aerial photography with the use of a remotely piloted vehicle.
Wilson will be focused primarily on servicing the agriculture and real estate industries.
“By using an unmanned aerial vehicle with an infrared camera I am able to take aerial shots for a variety of industries including, agriculture, energy and surveying,” says Wilson. “For example, in the morning I could be taking photos of a house for sale and capturing its beautiful view, and in the afternoon I could be taking images of agricultural land to see if there are any crop variations.”
Recently a graduate from Medicine Hat College’s education program, Wilson has been interested in photography since a young age. For the past six years, he has been working as a technology analyst for the Medicine Hat Catholic Board of Education.
“I’ve combined my technology background and love for photography to create this business. I have done a number of projects for the school and have taken traditional photos for weddings,” says Wilson. “I am finishing my Special Flight Operation and Restricted Radio Operators certificates, because as a commercial business it is important to me that I am compliant with Trans Canada regulations.”
Wilson was part of the Entrepreneur Development Centre’s Summer Company program, which he feels has helped him move his company forward.
(Image) Daniel Wilson, owner of Wilson Tech
“Through the program I have received a lot of guidance in making a business plan. I had the idea, but I just needed to put it down on paper and apply it in a way that would create a viable company,” says Wilson. “They’ve helped me a lot in the sense that they assisted me in organizing my ideas and helped make my vision happen.”
For more information on Wilson Tech visit www.wilsontech.ca or contact Daniel at 403.458.6833 and email@example.com.
If you would like to learn more about the Entrepreneur Development Centre's Summer Company program contact Tracy Stroud at 403.504.3585 or firstname.lastname@example.org.