Kespry Announces Drone 2.0

Kespry Drone 2.0 in Rock to Road

[Editor’s Note: Highlighted in Rock to Road’s September Issue, Kespry Drone 2.0 is a new lighter-weight drone that flies twice as long, covers twice the ground area, and has twice the wind resilience.]

This post originally appeared on http://magazine.rocktoroad.com/publication/?m=1853&l=1#{“issue_id”:341175,”page”:44}.

Kespry recently announced the new Kespry Drone 2.0., a new lighter-weight drone that flies twice as long, covers twice the ground area, and has twice the wind resilience, due to the new airframe, battery, and flight system improvements.

Based on requests from commercial customers, the new Kespry Drone 2.0 now flies over 30 minutes per ight, covering up to 150 acres at a 400 foot altitude, and can operate e ectively in up to 25 mph sustained winds and 35 mph wind gusts.

The new Kespry Drone 2.0 weighs under two kilograms, which puts it in the “Micro UAV” category for streamlined regulatory compliance around the world.

Kespry delivers a fully automated drone system, which takes-off, flies the designated flight path, and lands, all without operator intervention or even a joystick.

To help customers operating in congested areas, including applications like roof inspections for insurance claims, the new Kespry Drone 2.0 is the rst automated drone system that includes an on-board LiDAR sensor that automatically detects and avoids obstacles like trees, cranes, and buildings.

The new Kespry Drone 2.0 also has a lighter-weight and customized Sony industrial camera that captures more geospatial data for detailed 3D models that assist companies in areas like mine planning, operations, inspection and safety.

The Kespry Drone 2.0 continues to be the only fully automated and integrated commercial drone system that’s easy for companies to deploy at scale. The Kespry Drone, Kespry App, and Kespry Cloud reporting systems all work together seam- lessly, so companies can quickly collect and analyze valuable aerial intelligence.

 

 

 

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