Kespry has just released the latest version of its drone technology. This follows the recent hiring of an analytics industry veteran who will propel the company forward in new and interesting ways.
"Post-Processed Kinematic (PPK) technology is used to increase the accuracy of photogrammetric aerial images. Integrating PPK improves the speed, efficiency and reliability of gathering survey-ready data in commercial and industrial environments."
"The enhanced Kespry Drone 2 and Drone 2s are available now and are already being used by a range of customers like APAC-Central, a subsidiary of Oldcastle Materials, Inc., an industry leader in asphalt and concrete pavement construction, materials and services."
"Such degrees of accuracy are critical for mine planning, determining boundary lines, positioning underground utility cables and pipes, and other survey-grade applications. The single ground control point simplifies survey applications as it eliminates the need for multiple control points and additional manual measurements in the survey process."
“We can now fly our Kespry Drone 2 over our entire 60-acre aggregate site in about 15 minutes. Previously, it would have taken us about a day or a day-and-a-half to do the inventories and a few more days to do the calculations.” - Murry Cline, vice president of operations with APAC-Central, Inc.
Industrial Drone Leader Continues to Raise the Bar on Innovation, Adds Survey-Grade Accuracy Feature that is Ideal for Mining and A/E/C Industries.
“Customers are looking for a complete drone solution that provides survey-grade accuracy – without sacrificing speed and convenience,” states George Mathew, CEO and chairman of Kespry.
These enhancements make Kespry Drone 2 even more ideal for a wide range of industrial applications, including those requiring survey-grade precision, such as in mining and the architecture, engineering and construction (A/E/C) markets.
"We think the world should have a much more integrated, complete, autonomous solution, and that’s what our customers really want and value today."