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Corridor Close-Up — Francois Gervaix Discusses senseFly’s New Linear Mapping Release

At this month’s AUVSI Xponential show in Dallas, senseFly unveiled a new eBee Plus platform enhancement designed to simplify corridor mapping. Waypoint caught up with the company’s product lead, Francois Gervaix, to explore why documenting linear assets is so challenging and how senseFly Corridor addresses these challenges. Hi Francois. Let’s…

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Into the Cloud — Exploring MicaSense Atlas with senseFly’s Nathan Stein

senseFly recently began offering MicaSense’s Atlas cloud-based processing and analytics solution as an option alongside its Parrot Sequoia-based agricultural drones. To explore why the company chose Atlas and to explore what this cutting-edge online tool can offer, Waypoint caught up with senseFly’s ag solutions manager, Nathan Stein. Here’s what we…

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Drones for Good 2.0 — How WeRobotics is Redefining the Use of Unmanned Systems in Developing Countries

Robotics undoubtedly has the potential to improve lives in the developing world. However, with limited budgets and expertise on the ground, putting this technology in place is no small task. Step forwards WeRobotics, a new Swiss/American NGO dedicated to meeting this goal through the creation of in-country ‘flying labs’. Co-founder…

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Drone Shot of the Month – Arctic Beach

Every year our design team creates an exclusive senseFly wall calendar featuring 12 unique images captured by our professional mapping drones. For the second shot in our 2016 series, we have a bird’s eye view of an alluring, turquoise-watered arctic beach. Located in Greenland’s Nuuk fiord region, this beach is home to…

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Customer Cool – Top 7 Drone Images of Autumn 2015

Introducing our favorite customer-tweeted drone images of Autumn 2015, featuring trains, environmental projects, launches, hot-headed operators and more. (If you have your own senseFly drone images to share, you can either tweet us at @sensefly or send us your content direct via this page. Thanks!) Today we drone-mapped the town of Tramelan. Awesome partnership btw…

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Filling The Gap (Infographic) – Drones vs Other Geospatial Data Sources

As a relatively new method of geospatial data collection, drone (or UAV/UAS) technology neatly complements existing techniques, filling the existing data gap between large-area satellite and manned aircraft imagery, and smaller coverage, time-consuming, but highly accurate collection using terrestrial surveying instruments. “The key thing to appreciate is that aerial imaging drones,…

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