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People Behind the Kespry Products: Carl Sullivan

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: People Behind The Kespry Products, Carl Sullivan, Customer Success

Today I'm excited to speak with Carl Sullivan, who is a Senior Customer Success Manager at Kespry.  Carl, thanks so much for joining me today.  Happy to be here.   From your customer success perspective, can you tell me what happens after someone becomes a Kespry customer?  Sure, absolutely. When customers begin with Kespry, they go through an entire customer lifecycle. We take them through the onboarding process and, within... Read More

The Company Drone: How Smart Insurance Companies are Reaping the Benefits

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Insurance, Property And Casualty, Roof Inspection

By bringing the drone-driven inspection process in-house, claims departments can make the adjusting process a model in cost savings. It's been done this way for as long as there’s been a roof damage claim: the adjuster schedules an inspection, shows up with a ladder, climbs up, and teeters on a sloped roof taking measurements and photos. The adjuster then crunches the numbers and can sometimes issue... Read More

Webinar: How an Aggregates Company Uses Drone Data

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Aggregates, Mine Planning

Join us on Thursday, June 15th at 11am PST.  Brian Biggerstaff, Environmental Manager at CSA Materials, will discuss how their company uses drone data for inventory management, environmental management and visualizing shot blasts.  Questions can be submitted before (rosalie@kespry.com) and during the webinar. There is no charge to attend the webinar.  We invite you to register here. Read More

People Behind the Kespry Products: Parker Clark

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Parker Clark, Artificial Intelligence

Today I'm excited to speak with Parker Clark who is the CTO at Kespry. Thanks so much for joining me today, Parker. Thanks, Rosalie.   To start off our chat, could you describe who Kespry is? Kespry is an aerial intelligence company that's focused on aggregates, mining, AEC, and insurance. We build the whole stack, which includes the drone, all the data capture, backend data processing... Read More

Drone Data Accuracy: A Discussion with John Laxson

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Drone Data, Accuracy

Today I'm very excited to be speaking with John Laxson who leads software engineering at Kespry. Welcome to the studio, John. Happy to be here. To get started, could you tell me a bit about Kespry? What we’ve done since the very early days at Kespry is focus on making drone technology as easily and quickly accessible to a wide variety of industries and applications. We've... Read More

5 Questions to Ask Before Buying a Drone for Mapping

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Enterprise, Mapping

Buying a drone for a new mapping program at the enterprise level can be confusing.  With all of the options available – consumer, prosumer, and commercial – figuring out what your business needs means asking the right questions. Here are five questions – and five important considerations -  to help you evaluate drones for mapping. #1. How Easy is it to Fly? If your company is... Read More

5 Steps to Getting Started with an Enterprise Drone Program

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Enterprise, Construction, Insurance, Aggregates, Mining

Drones are making an appearance at industry conferences around the world, and enterprises everywhere are using the technology to increase their bottom line and get an edge over the competition.   If you’ve been thinking about implementing drone technology but don’t know where to start, you’re not alone - understanding all of the elements of a drone program can be complicated. To help you get started... Read More

How Enterprise Adoption is Changing the Drone Industry

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Kespry Cloud, Enterprise

Large enterprises are adopting drone technology at an incredible pace and the drone industry is adapting to meet their needs.  As businesses around the globe implement drone programs they are pushing out the boundaries of what drones can do and what the drone industry delivers. For big business, the stakes – and the expectations – are higher.  Enterprise expects a significant payback and an easy to... Read More

“Drones at Work” - It’s About Data, Insight and Applications

Jim Allison  / 

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Engineering

I’ve just joined Kespry as the VP of Engineering and it may be the biggest leap of my professional life. Most of my career I’ve been building technology products and assembling, growing and leading the teams that build them for companies like Palm, SanDisk, Autodesk, Cruise, Livescribe, Odesta, Pensoft/EO and most recently, Lily Robotics. Much of my focus has been on the consumer. Why now the... Read More

The Fourth Industrial Age, Artificial Intelligence and Enterprise Class Drones

Jitender Aswani  / 

Tags: Product Management, Jitenderaswani, Thought Leadership, Ai

In a few short years, artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as a trending topic in the technology community, as well as in popular culture. And it has already had a profound impact on our daily lives. It is powering self-driving cars, autonomous drones, virtual-assistants, and almost all our online experiences. All our interactions with Facebook, Instagram or Messenger are shaped by AI. Many household technologies including Tesla... Read More