The 6 Biggest Uses of Drone Data in Construction

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Construction, As-Built Survey, Earthworks, Pre-Construction Survey

Construction companies are using drone data in so many interesting ways. From the pre-construction survey to the as-built survey, here’s a look at the six biggest uses. 1. Pre-Construction Survey Initial drone flights are surveying site conditions to document the baseline topography and pre-existing features. Data is exported into CAD or GIS software packages for civil designs. 2. 3D View Rich 3D Models allow for safe... Read More

How Drone Data and AI Are Accelerating the Commercial Drone Industry

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Ai, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning

Manufacturers of unmanned vehicles are almost always referred to as “drone companies.” For enterprise solution providers like Kespry, however, drones are simply a tool used to gather the real product – data. Data is what provides real value to the customer; giving them better decision-making tools, a measurable return, and a competitive edge. “Actionable Data” is the commercial drone industry’s reason for being. The data must be... Read More

People Behind the Kespry Products: Jordan Croom

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: People Behind The Kespry Products, Jordan Croom

Today I’m excited to speak with Jordan Croom, who is the lead mechanical engineer at Kespry. Thanks so much for joining me today, Jordan. Thanks for having me. To start off our chat, could maybe share a few of the exciting things that you’re focused on at Kespry? Originally, I was focused on creating the Drone 2 system. It was really interesting to build a drone... Read More

FAA Part 107: A Discussion with Michael Hersher

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Faa Part 107, Customer Success

Kespry's Director of Customer Success, Michael Hersher, recently gave an overview of FAA Part 107 and discussed how Kespry supports customers with preparing for the test. Read More

Recruiting & Culture: A Discussion with Kenny Roberts

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Recruiting, Culture

Today I'm delighted to speak with Kenny Roberts, who is the Director of Recruiting at Kespry.  Welcome to the studio, Kenny. Thanks, Rosalie. Glad to be here.  To start us off, could you tell me who Kespry is and what you’re personally focused on? Kespry is an aerial data company. A company that is rapidly improving the way that individuals and organizations operate. Specifically in Aggregates... Read More

Why We Reimagined Kespry Cloud

Carolina Ragolta  / 

Tags: New Kespry Cloud, Product Management, Product Manager, Carolina Ragolta

As a product manager at Kespry, I have the privilege of listening to customer feedback and working with our incredible engineering team to bring those ideas to life. It is amazing to see how quickly some ideas can make it into our product - in the last year we have launched Drone 2 and 2s, countless software updates, and powerful new Cloud features like inventory management... Read More

5 Steps to Getting Started with an Enterprise Drone Program

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Enterprise, Aggregates, Mining, Insurance, Construction

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. Organizations new to drones may need... Read More

Webinar: How Drone Data is Changing the Aggregates Industry

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Inventory Management, Mine Planning, Construction

Join us on Thursday, July 13th at 11am PST. Tony Cinkovich, Senior Project Manager at Pine Bluff Sand and Gravel, will discuss how his company uses drone data for inventory management, mine planning and haul truck road construction. We invite you to register here.  Read More

Kespry Drone 2s is Accelerating the Pace of Civil Engineering Projects

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Civil Engineering, Surveying

While technology for mapping large greenfield sites has advanced from planes to global positioning to drones, depending upon the system used, a firm’s methods could be stuck 15, 30, or 50 years in the past. Manned aerial systems and GPS techniques requiring numerous workers are quickly becoming a thing of the past. In a world where quicker access to info saves money, traditional methods require substantial... Read More

On Solid Ground: The Future of Roof Inspections

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Roof Inspection, Claims Adjuster, Property And Casualty, Property Claims

Get ready for a world in which adjusters keep both feet firmly on the ground -- drone technology removes your claims adjusting risks. Right now, the property insurance market is a buyer’s market. Insurance is plentiful and easy to get, which for insurers, makes for fierce competition. With many companies offering coverage, insurers looking to remain competitive, particularly on price, are doing what they can to... Read More