Kespry has introduced its new site planning toolkit designed to increase site profitability, productivity, and safety.
The firm confirmed it would be showcasing the toolkit at the AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Expo, held between February 12 and 14 at the Indiana Convention Center.
Kespry claims the new toolkit enables site owners, engineers, and operators to drive decisions faster than before as previous processes often relied on expensive engineering teams and complex software to analyse survey data.
The new toolkit has been designed to allow customers to create, track, and analyse the progress of earthworks, extraction, and safety work in their sites which are all continuously updated via an autonomous drone flight with data delivered within two hours.
George Matthew, CEO and chairman of Kespry, said: “With the Site Planning Toolkit, Kespry is addressing key frustrations with how operational decisions are made. Same-day, accurate analytics mean the elimination of production delays caused by long data capture and analysis processes.”
He added: “Now, site owners and operators can quantify the amount of material moved or blasted across active sites in granular detail and as frequently as their businesses need. We’re delivering on a comprehensive vision that allows professionals across these industries to make the most profitable and timely decisions possible while meeting safety and compliance requirements.”
Project manager at Wendling Quarries, a company using Kespry, explained why he chooses the firm to help it with site planning.
Rob Manatt commented: “We’re using Kespry for site planning because we want as much accuracy as we can get. Specifically that’s helpful on pre-strip and post-strip projects. It gives us a sense of confidence knowing that we’re using Kespry and are within centimeter accuracy on our volume calculations.”