Birds.ai to launch new app
The app is a cloud-based software platform that identifies, measures, tracks, and reports the status of objects in aerial imagery captured by UAS. The app ‘learns’ to track whatever the user directs it to, such as reporting the condition of wind turbines and measuring plant growth.
Camiel Verschoor, CEO, Birds.ai, said: ‘Launching our app in the DroneDeploy App Market will make our revolutionary object detection technology available to the worldwide community. This is a first great step in our efforts to distribute our services to everyone around the globe.’
Through the App Market, the company’s solution will be available to DroneDeploy’s 10,000+ users across 135 countries. The App Market was created to allow users to more seamlessly integrate UAS data into their workflows, and will act as a one-stop-shop for all aspects of cloud-based UAS data analysis.
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