You don’t need to upload Skydio drone data manually to DroneDeploy anymore

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So, you use DroneDeploy to visualize and analyze your Skydio drone data? You can now upload imagery captured on any Skydio drone directly to the DroneDeploy cloud platform without ever touching your SD card!

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You can now fly DJI Mavic Air 2 autonomously with DroneDeploy

Flight automation software DroneDeploy has added support for DJI Mavic Air 2. This means you can now undertake commercial tasks such as inspecting facades and rooftops or mapping small sites completely autonomously with a small, affordable $799 drone.

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DroneDeploy has acquired robotic software company Rocos

Drones and ground-based robots are starting to work together. When it comes to enterprise work, particularly industrial inspections and surveillance, you just can’t beat the combination when it comes to some applications. And so it’s both not surprising and pretty forward-thinking that DroneDeploy has acquired New Zealand-based robotic software company Rocos.

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A deeper look at DroneDeploy’s powerful capabilities

So we had a realization the other day: We’d never tried out DroneDeploy software. And while we had a basic understanding of what it can do, we wanted to learn more. So we had a one-hour briefing with the company. And we’ll share with you what we learned.

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DroneDeploy raises $50 million in Series ‘E’

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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NSW, Australia uses drones after bushfires to collect data

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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