A gravel supplier, say, could use Kespry to measure stockpiles, manage inventory, lay out new pits, and survey quarry locations.
Drones can be deployed faster than aerial photographers and can provide a quicker turnaround on the data, according to Morse. And that's not all: "The big difference for us is that, for the equivalent amount of money, we can fly as many times as we want during the year," he said.
John Deere and Kespry today announced an exclusive global strategic alliance through which John Deere Construction & Forestry dealers will provide the Kespry Aerial Intelligence System to their customers on job sites around the world. Starting in North America, the alliance enables John Deere customers to use Kespry’s fully integrated industrial drone platform to capture topographic data in minutes with survey-grade accuracy.
“Our approach has been to make a seamless, end-to-end solution that brings together hardware, software, and services that are easy to use in a lot of different industries,” she said.
“John Deere knows their customers very well, and they knew they needed a drone solution that they could quickly and easily bring into their workflow,” Shearer told Commercial UAV News.
With the Kespry Drone 2s now available across the John Deere network, customers can easily create a mission with the touch of a finger, then capture, analyze and share survey-grade data and insights.
Starting in North America, the alliance enables John Deere customers to use Kespry's fully integrated industrial drone platform to capture topographic data in minutes with survey-grade accuracy.