Airware, senseFly partner for data collection, analysis solutions

By |  April 25, 2017

Airware and senseFly, a producer of fixed-wing mapping drones, signed a global partnership agreement to bring survey-grade aerial mapping solutions to their customers.

As a part of the agreement, Airware, which provides solutions for mining and quarry and construction sites, will now include senseFly’s eBee Plus fixed-wing drone in its enterprise offering.

Airware’s enterprise offering also includes cloud-based data processing, analytics and reporting, as well as the training, support and professional services enterprises needed to deploy drones at scale, the company says.

“To take full advantage of aerial data, surveyors demand that their tools provide survey-grade accuracy, efficiency and flexibility,” says Jonathan Downey, founder and CEO of Airware. “The eBee Plus more than meets these requirements. Pairing the eBee Plus’ aerial efficiency and photogrammetric accuracy with our powerful enterprise-grade workflow enables companies to ensure compliance, enhance worker safety and capture more accurate, repeatable data to improve decision-making.”

senseFly’s eBee Plus mapping drone features built-in RTK/PPK functionality for survey-grade precision.

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