Kespry has joined forces with DroneBase, a drone services company, to enable mining and aggregates companies to expand aerial analytics implementation across their worksites.
Kespry says the deal will allow its customers to utilise DroneBase to manage deployments as part of Kespry Bring Your Own Drone (BYOD) programme. BYOD includes a new platform pricing model which is expected to meet the enterprise aerial intelligence requirements of multi-site mining and aggregates companies.
George Mathew, CEO, Kespry, says: “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.”
Dan Burton, founder of DroneBase, says: “DroneBase will enable Kespry clients to scale their drone programmes across North America without the cost of investing in hardware.”
BYOD provides companies with flexibility in how they source aerial data, whether they use Kespry-sourced drone hardware, DroneBase, or their own existing DJI drone fleet. DroneBase can either manage customers’ Kespry deployments or have it global pilot network fly their missions.