Kespry, the leading aerial intelligence platform provider, today announced that industry leader, George Mathew has been appointed as the company’s new chief executive officer (CEO) and chairman. He was most recently president and chief operating officer of self-service analytics software provider Alteryx.
Commercial drone maker Kespry, which launched in 2013, announced it was bringing in industry vet George Mathew as CEO today.
Mathew, who most recently was president and COO at data analytics startup Alteryx, has also had stints as GM of Business Intelligence at SAP and director of Technical Account Management at Salesforce. It’s fair to say that Kespry was interested in his data background when they brought him on board.
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.
"On top of that, Nvidia captured the growth of the building step by step, as construction began. It sent autonomous drones (from Kespry) throughout the construction site to capture images of all of the things that changed, and it showed me an animated view of the site that was built from all of the captured data points."
"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.
"Kespry’s drone system collects high-resolution still imagery and processes it into highly comprehensive high-resolution, two-dimensional (2D) and 3D models of sites, including elevation and contour lines."