“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."
Drones can provide businesses with types of data they’ve never had access to before, enabling decision makers to have a more complete picture of their operations.
Mike Moy, Lehigh Hanson’s operations analyst, will discuss how the company uses the Kespry Automated Drone System to help measure stockpile inventories, manage mine operations, and improve worker safety.
Kespry’s drone software, hardware and cloud services are designed to help organizations transform the way they capture, analyze and share business insights.
Last year, Kespry launched Drone 2.0, a complete drone solution aimed at construction and surveying that fully integrates drone hardware and cloud-based image rendering software in order to provide a drone that not only flies itself, but delivers ready-to-use imagery with almost no operator intervention required.