Kespry and DroneBase have entered into a partnership to enable insurance, mining, and aggregates enterprises across North America to expand aerial analytics implementation across their worksites.
Kespry’s customers will now be able to leverage DroneBase to manage their Kespry deployments as part of the Kespry ‘Bring Your Own Drone’ (BYOD) program.
The company says BYOD includes a new platform pricing model designed to meet the expanding enterprise aerial intelligence requirements of multi-site mining and aggregates companies, as well as large-scale residential and commercial property insurers.
The combination of Kespry and DroneBase aims to bring the best of the platform and services worlds together and claims to offer a cost-effective, productive way of using drone-based analytics across the largest insurance, mining, and aggregates businesses.
George Mathew, CEP at Kespry, commented: “We’re very pleased to work with DroneBase and its team of dedicated, aerial intelligence professionals to further expand Kespry insurance, mining and aggregates deployments across the country.”
Adding: “The combination of Kespry and DroneBase delivers serious value to companies across North America looking for a partner to help scale their usage of Kespry’s aerial intelligence platform and benefit from its granularly-accurate inspection, inventory management and mine planning capabilities.”
As part of the announcement, Kespry went on to detail how its BYOD program gives companies flexibility in how they source their aerial data, whether customers use Kespry-sourced drone hardware, DroneBase, or their own existing DJI drone fleet, including the DJI Mavic 2 Pro and the DJI Phantom series.
Dan Burton, founder and CEO at DroneBase, said: “Together, Kespry and DroneBase offer an advanced solution that serves the demanding needs of complex insurance, mining, and aggregates operations. With our global pilot network in all 50 states and over 70 countries, DroneBase will enable Kespry clients to scale their drone programs across North America without the cost of investing in hardware. By combining our strengths, DroneBase and Kespry will solve a need within these industries.”