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Thomas Haun, VP of Strategy and Globalization at Precision Hawk, will be giving a key note address on drone business success factors at the upcoming RoboUniverse show in New York City.
Precision Hawk can speak from experience. Founded in 2010 and funded by, among others, Intel Capital and Millenium, Precision Hawk provides drone driven data intelligence solutions to clients world wide. Haun in a phone call said, that Precision Hawk is “focused on delivering geo-spatial insights via drones that provide clients with a better understanding of their environments and get them answers where they didn’t have answers [before].” Now, for example, a farmer can know where crops need nitrogen where before s/he could not, or a construction team can learn where a pipe is sagging where before they could not. This knowledge is woven into the firm’s operations as seamlessly as possible.
Over the years Precision Hawk has evolved from a solution focused on the agriculture market using a proprietary fixed wing drone for data collection to an open platform with a set of robust comprehensive solutions addressing a variety of markets and incorporating data from a variety of drones.
Mr. Haun said that “Precision Hawk is in a privileged position” and that his keynote address at RoboUniverse will cover “some of the lessons learned from working with their partners in creating value both for them and for their end users.”
His remarks will be targeted at individuals looking to start a drone business as well as those who may be exploring adding drone capabilities to an existing business.
RoboUniverse, a robot technology “end user” conference and exposition, featuring an array of business professionals, industry practitioners and robotics solutions providers. is taking place at the Javits Convention Center in New York City, April 11th and 12th.
You can register here. Use the discount “DRONELIFE” to receive 10% off the admission fee.