DropIn releases new software that boosts ‘droperator’ coverage

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DropIn, an on-demand live video collaboration platform, has released an updated version of its software.

The new software will enable enterprise customer access to more than six million ‘droperators’, including 1200 FAA part 107 licensed drone pilots.

Droperators are an on-demand task force that live stream a location from a smartphone or a drone allowing customers to have an on-site live visual of the scene without physically having to be there.

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Using the platform, enterprise contract customers enter the address of the inspection site, and the droperator within that radius receives the notification and responds to the call.

The livestream is initiated once the droperator arrives at the address, and the customer now directs the droperator to move the camera as they capture all the required GPS tagged photos and videos.

All photos and videos of the live stream are uploaded to the DropIn platform where they are stored in the history, and measurements can be extracted and can be readily downloaded.

The DropIn live video collaboration platform, founded in 2015 by entrepreneur Louis Ziskin, includes Drone, Droperator, and ClaimsDirect capabilities.

Its current customer base includes news organisations, insurance companies, insurance brokerage agencies, finance companies, banks and mortgage bankers.

 

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