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A Case for Drones

Rock To Road • June 13, 2016 • PRESS

The drone may be the smallest piece of equipment that is used at the pit or quarry, but it is quickly becoming one of the most valuable, providing details for stockpile management without putting workers in harm's way. 

Kespry announces new Drone 2.0

Rock Products • August 29, 2016 • PRESS

“With the lighter and faster Kespry Drone 2.0, Lehigh Hanson sites will be able to map larger areas faster,” said Mike Moy at Lehigh Hanson. “The expanded ground coverage and obstacle avoidance will allow the plants to more effectively manage their inventories, safely assess mine pits, and help control costs.”

"Kespry is much more than just a drone; it is a complete aerial intelligence system, incorporating cloud hosting and processing, data analytics, data transfer, and system integrations, as well as full maintenance and servicing of the hardware, aviation insurance, operator training, and ongoing support," Smith told the International Business Times.

Mike Moy, operations analyst at Lehigh Hanson, will discuss 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.