DroneDeploy Stories February 4

Big news from drone enterprise data company DroneDeploy: It’s raised another $50 million in capital that it will use to accelerate its development “beyond drones.” The news came in a release, which we’ll get to in a sec.

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DroneDeploy Stories October 16, 2020

During the DroneDeploy conference, remote pilot Gareth Pickford from the NSW National Parks and Wildlife shared how drones were used to assess the damage caused by the devastating bushfires, known as the Black Summer, earlier this year in Australia.

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DroneDeploy Stories December 13, 2019

DroneDeploy, the drone software company out of Silicon Valley, will soon be opening up shop in Australia. The company will help the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority monitor the deteriorating ocean habitat.

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DroneDeploy Stories February 25, 2019

More than 400 DJI drones are used in what is currently the world’s largest agricultural drone fleet. Corteva Agriscience™, Agriculture Division of DowDuPont, announced today a global partnership with DroneDeploy to use their software for its agricultural business operations in the U.S., Europe, Canada, and Brazil. DJI’s drone technology in combination with DroneDeploy’s Live Map giving real-time insights to plant health, will change the way farmers manage their crops.

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DroneDeploy Stories July 11, 2018

The use of drones commercially is skyrocketing around the globe with brand new ideas popping up in different countries. Companies like Matternet want to make peer-to-peer drone delivery common and Amazon wants to send your packages autonomously to your house via drones; but in the field of construction, drones are taking over by giving architects and builders crucial real-time data and 3D aerial maps from construction sites that was once expensive and difficult to obtain.

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DroneDeploy Stories July 6, 2018

There are nearly 15 million farmers in India who grow corn, which is considered to be the third most important crop, just behind wheat and rice. When you think of drones being used in agriculture, you probably assume it’s a huge octocopter flying just above the plants spraying either water or pesticides. Instead, companies like Skylark and Syngenta are using drones to collect real-time data about how to increase productivity and identify dying plants.

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