Kespry reaches new heights as 270 companies use its drone-based aerial intel platform

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Kespry has confirmed that 270 companies are now using its drone-based aerial intelligence platform at a record pace.

In 2019, its customers flew 50,000 missions, bringing the total to 127,000 since the company was founded in 2013.

10.6 million images were captured in 2019, with 25.4 million images total across the company’s history while 1.36m acres were surveyed in 2019, bringing that total to 4.38m acres.

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Kespry is now used by many of the world’s largest mining, aggregates, construction, insurance, pulp and paper, and roofing companies, including Colas, Lafarge, Grinnell Mutual, Lehigh Hanson /Heidelberg, Midsouth Aggregates, Oldcastle, Shelly, Titan America, XAP 360, and Zellstoff Celgar.

Recently, Kespry has significantly expanded its user options. The company has a new platform pricing model designed to meet the expanding enterprise aerial intelligence requirements of multi-site mining and aggregates companies, including unlimited access to industry-leading, vertically-integrated applications, the Kespry Cloud and AI and ML-based analytics.

Kespry also now offers companies the ability to use the senseFly eBee drone, in addition to the DJI Mavic 2 Pro and the DJI Phantom series.

In addition, Kespry customers now have the ability to go with Kespry-managed drone hardware or work with its partner DroneBase, to expand aerial analytics implementations across worksites.

George Mathew, the company’s CEO, said: “We’ve made it easier than ever to implement Kespry across large industrial worksites.”

Adding: “The tremendous traction we’re experiencing reflects that ease of deployment and the elevated productivity, efficiency and safety our drone-based aerial intelligence platform continues providing. We’re seeing serious expansion across our accounts as we continue increasing the flexibility of how customers can integrate and deploy Kespry at enterprise scale.”

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