David Lloyd, Mine Planning Engineer at APAC-Central (Oldcastle), discusses how his company uses drone data for mine planning. David discussed his experience integrating geologic models with data from Kespry, and outlines how he has planned stripping and blasting operations using aerial intelligence.
Join experts from the across the mining industry as they discuss how aerial intelligence is being used to improve their planning and operations. Hear how Drone data is being used by leading mining companies all over the world to save time and money while increasing safety.
Tony Cinkovich, Senior Project Manager at Pine Bluff Sand and Gravel, discussed how their company uses drone data for inventory management, mine planning and haul truck road construction.
In this webinar we discussed how the automated, easy-to-use Kespry Drone Platform is rapidly changing the roof inspection process, enabling you to collect more accurate information, more frequently, efficiently and safely. We demonstrated how organizations are handling 3X more inspections per day, eliminating the need for 3rd party reports, and removing the risks of climbing on policyholder rooftops.
Brian Biggerstaff, Environmental Manager at CSA Materials, discussed how their company uses the Kespry Automated Drone System for inventory management, environmental management and visualizing shot blasts.
Mike Moy, operations analyst at Lehigh Hanson, discussed how their company uses the Kespry Automated Drone System to help measure stockpile inventories, manage mine operations, and improve worker safety. See how aerial data is collected and analyzed at one of the largest construction material companies in North America with more than 500 sites.
Garrett Smith, Director of Business Development at Kespry, joined guest speaker, Brad Hancock, CEO of Hancock Claims Consultants, in a discussion about how drone technology in the hands of inspection professionals will complement the way property claims are handled for their carrier clients. Hancock Claims Consultants work with 8 out of the 10 largest national carriers.
CONEXPO was an incredible event where we received so many questions about the different ways drone technology is improving the Aggregate and Construction industries. In this webinar, we answered questions received at CONEXPO about how the automated drone system works, common use cases and data insights.
From automating property inspections to leveraging AI in claims, risk management and underwriting, we explored some of the many ways drones are being used to improve the policyholder experience and carrier operations. These technologies allow carriers to reduce risk and indemnity, loss adjustment and underwriting expenses and policyholder churn.