Kespry has launched its BYOD (Bring Your Own Drone) programme, which includes a platform pricing model designed to meet aerial intelligence requirements of multi-site mining companies.
The company says it now offers a single fee for its platform, including unlimited access to vertically-integrated applications, the Kespry Cloud and artificial intelligence and machine learning-based analytics.
BYOD allows companies to choose to go with Kespry-managed drone hardware or use their own DJI drone fleet, including the DJI Mavic 2 Pro and the DJI Phantom series.
Bill Chen, enterprise partnerships manager at DJI, says the combination of its drone platforms with Kespry’s vertical capabilities 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”.
Additionally, Kespry’s new platform pricing uses a single fee model designed for mining, aggregates, construction, and inspection companies to scale aerial intelligence across their operations. The cost is based on the number of sites or properties involved, ensuring deployments are aligned with business needs.
George Mathew, CEO, Kespry, says: “The integration of BYOD and new platform pricing means Kespry customers can further improve profitability with more accurate and frequent assessment of their assets across the regions they operate in.”