DJI, Delair partner to enhance visual data collection

By |  September 12, 2019
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Delair and DJI formed a partnership to tighten the integration between data collected by DJI users and the range of data management and analysis capabilities offered through the delair.ai cloud-based platform. Photo courtesy of Wired Island PR

DJI and Delair formed a partnership to enhance and integrate solutions for visual data collection and analysis for businesses.

The partnership includes an agreement for Delair to sell DJI products through its worldwide sales channel.

“DJI is incredibly excited to be working more closely with the Delair team to support their vision of building a leading software suite,” says Jan Gasparic, director of strategic partnerships at DJI. “At DJI, we aim at providing reliable, scalable drone offerings that empower organizations such as Delair to build software solutions that allow businesses across a range of sectors to benefit from drone data.

“The partnership is an important agreement that demonstrates an increasing maturity in the enterprise drone industry,” Gasparic adds. “It reinforces the benefit of collaboration within the drone ecosystem to deliver more value to customers.”

According to the companies, DJI drones are the most deployed drone hardware for enterprises today, and the partnership facilitates the accessibility to incorporate both DJI drone products and Delair’s data management platform.

“Drones for enterprise are more than just hardware solutions,” says Benjamin Benharrosh, co-founder and vice president of sales at Delair. “The real key is tapping into and leveraging the data these powerful machines can gather. DJI’s developer technologies and existing installed base allow Delair to build an industry-leading analytics suite that can be utilized instantly across a customer’s fleet.”

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