At the end of the day, it's all about deciphering actionable intelligence from the aerial data we help companies collect.


Drones are able to gather more aerial data, more precisely, at a lower cost than ever before. While this is valuable commercially, it's often not truly disruptive until the big data problem it creates has been resolved. This means that, in addition to being able to collect aerial data via drone, companies adopting this new technology also require a clear strategy for how they will secure, store, manage, and mine the massive amount of data that results.

Unfortunately, there is no one-size-fits-all solution to this big data problem. Depending on the application, solving it often presents the need for precise technical knowledge regarding the particular inspection at hand combined with advanced big data analysis expertise. These two disciplines are rarely found under the same roof, sometimes making it difficult to present the end customer with a product that actually adds value to their operation. To address this problem, we've developed an experienced network of GIS professionals that help our customers derive valuable intelligence from the complex data sets they collect today, while working closely with them to layout a comprehensive technology roadmap for iteratively streamlining the process through advanced data analytics in the future.