How It Works

With Kespry, there are no joysticks to worry about. There are no SD Cards to fumble with. There are no complicated data conversion applications for processing. It’s a complete, touchless solution from drone to data.

Step One

Step One: Plan and Fly

iPad Mission Planning and Autonomous Flight

Our iPad app walks you through a simple three-step process:


  1. Determine the area to survey or inspect
  2. Identify flight heights to capture data
  3. Complete preflight checklist to ensure the mission is safe and compliant

Once the drone is launched by tapping the “take-off” button, the drone flies the mission plan autonomously, then returns to the take-off area for landing.


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Step Two

Step Two: Automated Analysis

In-the-field roof assessments and rapid delivery of survey data for mining and construction

Once the drone data has been captured, it is uploaded to the Kespry Cloud.

With the Kespry inspection solution, fast processing and mobile tools enable access to drone data within minutes, providing “in the field” analysis and claims decisions in as little as 1 hour.

For aggregates, mining, and construction, Kespry automatically generates 2D and 3D models of the entire site ready for analysis.

Kespry Cloud data is shareable with anyone, no matter where you're working in the current climate of distributed workforces.

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Step Three

Step Three: Business Insights

Analytics and Reports in Minutes

A complete model of a site or roof is available for users to accurately determine distances, elevations, and volumes.

For insurance applications, high-resolution roof reports using industry standard processes such as test squares and dimensional analysis can be used to resolve claims decisions or be shared with claims processing systems. Aggregates, mining, and construction users can generate stockpile volumes, cut/fill analysis, and detailed topography across an entire site. This analysis can then be outputted to the system or process used to plan and manage that site.

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Specifications

Specifications

Kespry P

Drone: DJI Phantom 4 RTK
Coverage: 150 acres per flight (60 hectares), 500 acres per map (200 hectares)
Wind Resilience: Do not fly in winds higher than 10m/s (22 mph)
Flight Time: Approx. 30 minutes (single battery)
Obstacle Avoidance: 2-98ft (0.7-30m)
Weight: 1391g (3.06lb)
Image Resolution: 2.7cm GSD at 100m height
Ground Positional Accuracy: *200ft or below: max vertical or horizontal error of 10cm 250ft-300ft: max vertical or horizontal error of 15cm Above 300ft: no spec

GNSS Base Station Receiver: DJI D-RTK 2
GNSS: Simultaneously receive: GPS: L1 C/A, L2, L5 BEIDOU: B1, B2, B3 GLONASS: F1, F2 Galileo: E1, E5A, E5B
Memory Storage: Internal 16GB
Data Link: OcuSync, Wi-Fi, LAN, 4G
*under optimal set-up conditions and mostly level terrain

Kespry M

Drone: DJI Mavic 2 Pro
Coverage: 100 acres single flight
Wind Resilience: 18-23.6 mph (29-38 km/h)
Flight Time: 30 minutes (at a consistent 15.53/25 kph)
Obstacle Avoidance: Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing
Network Speed: 5 GHz Wi-Fi and LTE equipped
Weight: 1.99 lbs (907 g)
Temperature Range: 14°F to 104°F (-10°C to 40°C) (operating range)
Diameter: 13.97 inches (35 cm)
Image Resolution: Down to .2 inch (.5 cm) per pixel
Camera Sensor: Hasselblad L1D-20c camera, 20 MP, 1” CMOS Sensor
Relative Accuracy: Within 1-3% of true volume
Data Processing: WiFi data upload and unlimited online data storage

Kespry I

Drone: DJI Mavic 2 Pro
Property Coverage: 2-3 homes per hour
Wind Resilience: 18-23.6 mph (29-38 km/h)
Flight Time: 30 minutes (at a consistent 15.53/25 kph)
Obstacle Avoidance: Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing
Network Speed: 5 GHz Wi-Fi and LTE equipped
Weight: 1.99 lbs (907 g)
Temperature Range: 14°F to 104°F (-10°C to 40°C) (operating range)
Diameter: 13.97 inches (35 cm)
Image Resolution: Down to .5mm per pixel
Camera Sensor: Hasselblad L1D-20c camera, 20 MP, 1” CMOS Sensor
Data Processing: WiFi data upload and unlimited online data storage

Kespry Drone 2T

Flight Time: 30+ minutes (U.S. configuration), field swappable batteries
Property Coverage: 1-2 properties per battery
Camera Sensor: 20 megapixel, 20mm lens
Thermal Sensor & Temperature Range: FLIR, -10° to +450°C
Obstacle Avoidance: 55 yard (50 m) forward-facing LiDAR
Image Resolution: <.03 inch (<1 mm) per pixel
Wind Resistance: 20 mph sustained (32 km/h), 30 mph gusts (48 km/h)
Network Speed: 5 GHz Wi-Fi and LTE equipped
Weight: 2 kg

Kespry P

Drone: DJI Phantom 4 RTK
Coverage: 150 acres per flight (60 hectares), 500 acres per map (200 hectares)
Wind Resilience: Do not fly in winds higher than 10m/s (22 mph)
Flight Time: Approx. 30 minutes (single battery)
Obstacle Avoidance: 2-98ft (0.7-30m)
Weight: 1391g (3.06lb)
Image Resolution: 2.7cm GSD at 100m height
Ground Positional Accuracy: *200ft or below: max vertical or horizontal error of 10cm 250ft-300ft: max vertical or horizontal error of 15cm Above 300ft: no spec

GNSS Base Station Receiver: DJI D-RTK 2
GNSS: Simultaneously receive: GPS: L1 C/A, L2, L5 BEIDOU: B1, B2, B3 GLONASS: F1, F2 Galileo: E1, E5A, E5B
Memory Storage: Internal 16GB
Data Link: OcuSync, Wi-Fi, LAN, 4G
*under optimal set-up conditions and mostly level terrain

Kespry M

Drone: DJI Mavic 2 Pro
Coverage: 100 acres single flight
Wind Resilience: 18-23.6 mph (29-38 km/h)
Flight Time: 30 minutes (at a consistent 15.53/25 kph)
Obstacle Avoidance: Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing
Network Speed: 5 GHz Wi-Fi and LTE equipped
Weight: 1.99 lbs (907 g)
Temperature Range: 14°F to 104°F (-10°C to 40°C) (operating range)
Diameter: 13.97 inches (35 cm)
Image Resolution: Down to .2 inch (.5 cm) per pixel
Camera Sensor: Hasselblad L1D-20c camera, 20 MP, 1” CMOS Sensor
Relative Accuracy: Within 1-3% of true volume
Data Processing: WiFi data upload and unlimited online data storage

Kespry I

Drone: DJI Mavic 2 Pro
Property Coverage: 2-3 homes per hour
Wind Resilience: 18-23.6 mph (29-38 km/h)
Flight Time: 30 minutes (at a consistent 15.53/25 kph)
Obstacle Avoidance: Omnidirectional Obstacle Sensing
Network Speed: 5 GHz Wi-Fi and LTE equipped
Weight: 1.99 lbs (907 g)
Temperature Range: 14°F to 104°F (-10°C to 40°C) (operating range)
Diameter: 13.97 inches (35 cm)
Image Resolution: Down to .5mm per pixel
Camera Sensor: Hasselblad L1D-20c camera, 20 MP, 1” CMOS Sensor
Data Processing: WiFi data upload and unlimited online data storage

Kespry Drone 2T

Flight Time: 30+ minutes (U.S. configuration), field swappable batteries
Property Coverage: 1-2 properties per battery
Camera Sensor: 20 megapixel, 20mm lens
Thermal Sensor & Temperature Range: FLIR, -10° to +450°C
Obstacle Avoidance: 55 yard (50 m) forward-facing LiDAR
Image Resolution: <.03 inch (<1 mm) per pixel
Wind Resistance: 20 mph sustained (32 km/h), 30 mph gusts (48 km/h)
Network Speed: 5 GHz Wi-Fi and LTE equipped
Weight: 2 kg

I love the simplicity of the Kespry system. That was a very attractive aspect for Kespry. Its simplicity, the lack of joysticks. It was so cool to program the mission on an iPad. It takes off, it does its thing, it comes back.
Tony Manatt

Owner and President, Wendling Quarries

You don't need to fly with a joystick worried about flying into a building, piece of equipment, or a person. You plan a flight in a safe zone and you're ready to go. If you can operate an iPad, you can fly the drone. That's the simplicity of this system.
Tony Cinkovich

Senior Project Manager, Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel

Resources

Resources

Grinnell Mutual & the Kespry Drone-Based Aerial Intelligence Platform

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