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AirMap and Kespry Partner for Safe, Compliant Drone Flights

SANTA MONICA, Calif., Nov. 9, 2017 — AirMap and Kespry announced a partnership that brings AirMap’s best-in-class airspace intelligence, including airspace advisories, wind, and weather, to Kespry’s leading automated UAV solution. The new integration empowers Kespry’s industrial customers to fly with confidence, ensuring that each mission can be flown more safely, more efficiently, and in compliance with relevant

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The Sky Guys Selected to Develop Artificial Intelligence-Enabled Drone for Highway Monitoring

(TORONTO, ONTARIO – November 9, 2017) – The Sky Guys, Canada’s leader in drone technology and unmanned solutions, have teamed up with NVIDIA, IBM and University of Toronto to be awarded $750,000, from Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE), as part of the Small Business Innovation Challenge (SBIC). The group will work closely with the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario

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Kespry Dramatically Improves Planning and Operation of Construction Earthworks Projects with Updates to Aerial Intelligence Platform

MENLO PARK, Calif., Nov. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Kespry, the leading aerial intelligence platform provider, has announced the availability of a suite of capabilities that extends the value of aerial intelligence to the full life cycle of planning, bidding and managing earthworks projects in the major site construction industry. New capabilities include grade planning and analysis, site and

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Kittyhawk Launches New Group Collaboration Features At DJI Airworks 2017

Denver, CO, Nov 8, 2017 — Kittyhawk, the drone operations platform that unifies the mission, aircraft, and data, today announced a suite of new features for it’s Flight Deck platform. True to form, these new features continue to unify and enable commercial teams to work more collaboratively. Kittyhawk’s Flight Deck platform, an enterprise-focused piloting platform for DJI

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Cathodic Protection Inspection – How Drones Help

Man has known corrosion and its damages since the time mankind started interacting with metals. The great Roman philosopher, Pliny, AD 23-79 (times of Roman Empire being the world’s foremost civilization), wrote at length about ferrum corrumpitur (spoiled iron) in the context of extensive use of iron for weaponry and other artifacts of his time. The history

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