The Washington Post
What does a 180-year-old agricultural equipment company like John Deere have in common with a drone startup like Kespry? They've both embraced IoT sensors, cloud-based storage and real-time data sharing across mobile devices to forge a new collaborative partnership.
Rock to Road
Rock to Road spoke with Andrew Kahler, product marketing manager for John Deere WorkSight. Kahler discussed how the Kespry Aerial Intelligence system is improving efficiencies on jobsites.
Drone technology enables faster claims processing, a reduction in loss adjustment expenses and improved claims adjuster safety.
Insurance Business
Drones are no longer just cameras in the sky. They’re autonomous, artificially intelligent flying machines with the ability to capture sharp resolution of an asset and use machine learning to process data through analytical models.
The Wall Street Journal
The Journal set out to identify companies that show signs of becoming emerging leaders. A data analysis assessed their founders' experience, investor track record, amount of investments raised, growth of workforce and buzz about the company.
Mining and Energy 
Drone innovation for Kespry is centred around ease of use. Kespry’s drones fly autonomously—no piloting needed after the flight path is mapped on an iPad. In terms of data collection, the Kespry Cloud automatically transfers and processes data to present it in a digestible way for customers.
Commercial Drone Professional
Kespry, one of the leading drone-based aerial intelligence solution providers, has teamed up with a software and technology solutions firm for a new venture.
June 05, 2018
Insurance Business
In August 2017, Farmers Insurance set its sights skyward by enlisting a fleet of unmanned aerial aircraft systems (UAS) produced by Kespry. The plan was for the insurance giant to enhance the claims experience for customers who suffered significant damage to their roof following major weather events, while also increasing safety for Farmers' loss adjusters.
For Construction Pros
The asphalt industry has turned drones into a real way to increase profits in their plant operations and beyond. At the asphalt plant, drones are primarily used for quantities measurement, site preparation and inspections and using them can help save contractors an exceptional amount of time and money.