senseFly’s new 360 solutions are “designed to boost the efficiency of survey and mapping teams,” the company says.
The new solutions are tailored to specific verticals: surveying, mining and quarries, inspection and agriculture sectors. The new products meet a need for enterprise clients, providing an integrated end to end solution from hardware through analysis, along with an education and support package. Solutions include one of sensFly’s leading drones, their eMotion flight and data management software, and integrated analysis from leading providers Pix4D or Airware.
- senseFly Survey 360 is a complete aerial mapping system, capable of producing survey-grade data outputs.
- senseFly Mine & Quarry 360 is a complete aerial site analysis system that provides detailed insights required to improve site and inventory management, provide quick, as well as accurate reporting.
- senseFly Inspection 360 is a complete aerial inspection system that produces timely, geo-accurate data outputs.
- senseFly Ag 360 is a complete aerial crop analysis system that drives accurate decision making, for a better quality crop, higher yields and greater profits.
“senseFly 360 solutions provide geospatial professionals with market-proven, ready-to-deploy solutions that cover the whole data collection process—from flight planning to the generation of highly accurate data products and expert support. Most importantly, as we know from the feedback of senseFly operators around the world, these solutions provide a positive return on investment through helping organisations to boost their efficiency by rapidly reducing their data collection times,” said Jean-Thomas Celette, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at senseFly.
Also at the show, senseFly will be hosting in-depth workshops and presentations on a range of topics including Drone Surveying 101 – Using UAVs to Boost Efficiency & Cut Costs; Massive Mapping in Zanzibar, a presentation on how senseFly drones were used to map the whole of Zanzibar (approx. 1,600 km2), off the coast of Eastern Africa, in order to generate highly-detailed open map data for land tenure and educational use; and Corridor Mapping with Drones, an overview of how senseFly drone technology can be used to tackle the challenge of mapping linear sites.
Miriam McNabb is the Editor-in-Chief of DRONELIFE and CEO of JobForDrones, a professional drone services marketplace, and a fascinated observer of the emerging drone industry and the regulatory environment for drones. Miriam has a degree from the University of Chicago and over 20 years of experience in high tech sales and marketing for new technologies.
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