The California-based company’s Summer 2020 Aerial Intelligence platform release includes:
New Haul Roads Feature
Haul roads are complex elements mining and aggregates site managers need to carefully design and calibrate. A well-designed haul road means a more efficient worksite. It also means workers are kept safe. Kespry’s Haul Roads feature makes designing haul roads faster and more accurate, while ensuring worker benefits are foremost in mind. A Kespry inspection drone can also monitor the road against compliance thresholds and alerts the user when an area needs attention.
DJI Phantom 4 RTK Inspection Drone Support
The Kespry inspection drone system now supports the DJI Phantom 4 RTK and offers the drone as part of its standard fleet, in an integrated package that includes our Aerial Intelligence platform and acclaimed customer support and service. Both base station and network solutions are supported. The end-to-end solution is designed to get customers up and flying, and harnessing insights as quickly as possible. Kespry also supports the DJI Phantom 4 RTK as part of its “Bring Your Own Drone” program, enabling companies with their own DJI Phantom 4 RTK fleets to integrate them into the Kespry platform.
Enhanced Hail Detection
Kespry’s hail detection capabilities now deliver greater accuracy than ever, alleviating the inspection drone analytics industry’s false positive issue inherent in many systems.
Seamless Third-Party Inspection Drone Operator Support
Kespry now gives companies flexibility in how they source their aerial data, whether they use a Kespry managed fleet, third-party pilot service providers, or their own existing drone hardware. By working with providers such as Dronebase, Kespry customers can access global pilot networks to fly their missions and have results in 48-72 hours.
“Kespry is committed to continually innovating and delivering Aerial Intelligence enhancements that meet our customers’ exacting needs,” said Kespry CEO George Mathew.
“When customers work with Kespry, they’re not just benefiting from the industry’s leading platform, they also play a key role in telling us how they’d like it to iterate as they continue expanding their usage. Our Summer 2020 release specifically addresses their high expectations of us. We’re incredibly pleased to collaborate with them and help make their operations more productive and profitable than ever.”
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