Kespry opens door to DJI integration with Bring Your Own Drone program


Kespry has kicked off its new Bring Your Own Drone (BYOD) program, a new platform allowing DJI integration.

The firm says the new pricing model has been designed to meet expanding enterprise aerial intelligence requirements.

The company is now offering a single fee for its platform, including unlimited access to industry-leading, vertically-integrated applications, the Kespry Cloud and AI and ML-based analytics.

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BYOD means companies can either choose to go with Kespry-managed drone hardware or use their own existing DJI drone fleet, including the DJI Mavic 2 Pro and the DJI Phantom series.

The combination of flexible platform pricing and BYOD has been designed to allow teams across mining, aggregates and inspection companies to have uniform access to the latest aerial intelligence technology.

Bill Chen, enterprise partnerships manager at DJI, commented: “We’re very pleased to partner with Kespry and have DJI drones seamlessly integrate with the Kespry platform. The combination of DJI’s industry-leading drone platforms with Kespry’s vertical capabilities and expertise will further boost efficiency for its mining and aggregates customers by allowing them to more accurately and frequently measure stockpile volumes, and manage inventory across multiple sites.”

He added: “Kespry’s BYOD program will also enable insurance and roofing companies to significantly reduce the time spent on inspecting buildings, while delivering precise risk assessments.”

Kespry’s new platform pricing uses a single fee model designed for mining, aggregates, construction, and inspection companies to scale aerial intelligence across operations.

The cost is now based on the number of sites or properties involved, ensuring deployments are precisely aligned with business needs.

Kespry and DJI-managed drones are available on an unlimited flight basis, in conjunction with the ability for customers to use the BYOD model with existing DJI Mavic 2 Pro and DJI Phantom series drones.

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