Tony Cinkovich, Senior Project Manager, will discuss how his company uses drone data for inventory management, mine planning and haul truck road construction.
“Adding the Kespry drone platform to the advanced tools used by our claim adjusters keeps us ahead of the curve and reinforces our industry leadership,” said Glenn Smith, Vice President, CRU Adjusters.
Founded in 2004, CRU specializes in customized claim management solutions. The independent adjusting (IA) firm operates in Canada as Catastrophe Response Unit Inc. and in the U.S. as Catastrophe Response Unit USA Inc.
Kespry, the leading aerial intelligence platform provider, today announced that it has been selected by the CRU Group (Catastrophe Response Unit Adjusters) to provide its automated aerial intelligence solution to support the company's global insurance claims operations.
Kespry will now be able to extend its enterprise drone platform by offering insurance-specific functionality such as inspection-quality imagery for roofing and automated analysis to assist claim adjusters.
The meeting, which lasted more than three hours including breakout sessions, is part of Trump's effort to tap industry experts on how to boost U.S. competitiveness in various fields and create jobs.
Thursday’s meeting, organized by Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer Michael Kratsios, also touched on the state of commercial drone technology and a road map for the future of commercial drones.
U.S President Donald Trump holds a drone as George Mathew, CEO and Chairman of Kespry, explains how it works during the American Leadership in Emerging Technology Event in the East Room of the White House.
Drone makers argued that the administration should move faster to approve broader commercial use of drones.