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Measure partners with PrecisionHawk
Measure, a 32 Advisors Company, and PrecisionHawk have announced on 8 January that they have partnered to provide unmanned aerial system (UAS) services.
The partnership will give clients more affordable, quicker and simpler access to advanced aerial data gathering, processing and analysis.
Brandon Torres Declet, CEO and Co-founder, Measure, said: 'PrecisionHawk's analytical software, among the most sophisticated in the world, is a critical tool for clients who need powerful near real time data processing capabilities. As a Measure partner, we plan on integrating the DataMapper software solution with select clients through our drone as a service offering.'
Christopher Dean, CEO, PrecisionHawk, added: 'As the industry expands, companies are looking for a comprehensive solution to fit into their existing workflow. This extends far beyond a hardware platform. In partnering with Measure, we can collectively engage with global clientele in an advisory and operational capacity to ensure users see a return on their investment.'
With Federal Aviation Administration drone regulations beginning to take shape, many companies without a plan for drone operations will likely be seeking guidance and support to take advantage of this cutting edge technology.
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