10.17.18
Pit & Quarry
The use of a Kespry drone helps Delta Companies achieve excellence in efficiency, accuracy and safety in the area of inventory management.
10.16.18
Aggregates Manager
Drones are well suited to the dynamically changing and dangerous environments often found in mines, allowing for more frequent and accurate collection of inventory data.
10.10.18
Commercial Drone Professional
Kespry has announced a new partnership with XAP 360 to provide drone-based aerial intelligence for multi-family home asset management.
10.10.18
Geospatial World
The Kespry-XAP 360 relationship comprehensively addresses property management needs to reduce inspection costs, identify issues at an early stage before they evolve into more serious concerns, and deliver more accurate damage identification.
10.10.18
UAS Magazine
“We read it as showing very strong federal support for the safe and expanded use of UAS here in the United States," said Jeff Palmer, president of California-based Kespry.
10.10.18
Construction Business Owner
An autonomous quadcopter from Kespry is capable of surveying a building site in minutes, compared to the day or more it would take a human surveyor.
10.09.18
Kespry
Kespry Delivers XAP Providers More Accurate, Faster, and Safer Roof Inspections as Part of Preventative Maintenance and Risk Management Program
10.08.18
IoT World
In the competitive drone industry, the companies with the most value to enterprise and industrial companies offer aerial intelligence, says Kespry CEO George Mathew.
10.05.18
The Drone Radio Show
Kespry's Paul Ross talks about the company's growth, some successful drone business models and how the industry seems to be maturing.
10.04.18
DroneLife
Kespry has seen the adoption of commercial drones expand from a few core businesses like construction and insurance into totally new industries.
10.02.18
Unmanned Aerial
Kespry's new capabilities include the automatic creation of roof dimension data that can be directly processed in Xactware’s Xactimate solution to support more rapid repair estimation
10.02.18
Kespry
Kespry now automates roof dimensional analysis to Xactimate® estimating application on mobile and desktops, delivering greater flexibility to adjustors
09.28.18
Rock Products
“We chose Kespry for the ease of use and to have our data in the cloud," said Tony Manatt, president, Wendling Quarries.
09.25.18
Insurance Innovation Reporter
Some of the largest insurers are using end-to-end drone solutions and intelligence tools in order to get ahead of storms like Florence and streamline the claims process.
09.21.18
Property Casualty 360
Technology is providing new opportunities to serve clients before disasters strike.
09.12.18
Unmanned Aerial
E Construction, a division of Colas Canada Inc., part of the worldwide Colas SA Group, has adopted the Kespry drone-based aerial intelligence platform for inventory management, public reporting and mine planning.
09.12.18
Leading Canadian paving contractor relies on Kespry for accurate public reporting, time and money savings, subcontractor materials management, and boosting employee safety
09.11.18
PulPaper
The new industry-specific solution improves the profitability of pulp and paper operations by delivering more accurate and timely supply chain material inventory data.
09.04.18
Kespry enables pulp and paper manufacturers to boost profitability with accurate inventory management and enhanced site operation planning
08.31.18
ABC News
As drones make the whole process fly, State Farm says they have seen insurance payouts happen several days faster than the process might normally take.
08.28.18
Digital Insurance
Innovation is fueled by passion with the best and brightest talent wanting to be inspired by a great mission.
08.24.18
RE Journals
Accurate and timely drone-based assessments of property conditions can help reduce investment risk and help property managers, owners and insurers make key decisions about their properties.
08.07.18
Silicon Angle
Unmanned aerial vehicles are hitting a tipping point, evolving from single-use applications to a fast-growing, widely adopted platform for innovation.
08.01.18
Unmanned Aerial
Kespry creates thermal inspection views that combine pixel-level thermal data with high-resolution imagery. This enables users to granularly determine the specific location of heat damage.
08.01.18
Commercial Property Executive
The company’s new product employes radiometric temperature analysis, which provides actionable data to property managers, owners and insurers.
07.31.18
For Construction Pros
Kespry’s pre-programmable drone system can take off, calculate its flight path and land, with no joystick needed. The system is simple, and reflective of a trend of easy-to-use drones on construction sites.
07.30.18
Insurance Business
Kespry, a drone solutions provider, has unveiled new high-resolution thermal inspection capabilities for commercial property and industrial facilities.
07.27.18
DroneLife
An autonomous drone inspection product can greatly reduce inspection costs and create safer conditions for workers who before would have to climb dangerous heights to perform the same task.
07.27.18
Commercial UAV News
Kespry CEO George Mathew helped define what users can and should expect from a complete drone solution that lowers their technical barriers to adoption.
07.26.18
Construction Equipment
Kespry delivers a fully automated drone system that takes off, flies a designated flight path, and lands, all without operator intervention.
07.26.18
The Drive
Aerial intelligence company Kespry announced a new thermal imaging system that could save property owners plenty of headaches, worries, and dollars.
07.25.18
Kespry
Commercial property owners and managers can now detect potential damage faster and more accurately than manual inspections or first-generation drone solutions with new Kespry radiometric thermal inspection capabilities
07.19.18
Forbes
Kespry is one example of software that enables businesses to make and save money in this new world.
07.19.18
Silicon Valley Business Journal
Unmanned aerial vehicles can provide eyes in the sky for construction projects, so startups like Kespry that was founded in 2013 have attracted attention from Silicon Valley investors.
07.18.18
Aggregates Business
Wendling Quarries is using drone technology from Kespry throughout its aggregates operations for aerial intelligence to ensure inventory accuracy and reserves.
07.17.18
Mining.com
Wendling Quarries' workers will no longer hike up frozen, snow-covered piles to survey its stockpiles and will instead rely on a fleet of drones and AI for inventory management.
07.16.18
Aggregate Research
Wendling Quarries uses Kespry across its entire cycle as well as reclamation surveying when it closes quarries.
07.12.18
Rock Products
Wendling Quarries uses Kespry across its entire cycle from pre-production to post-production. It also uses Kespry for reclamation surveying when it closes quarries, so it understands what it has to do to meet bonding requirements and restore the quarry after mining.
07.12.18
Aggregates Manager
Wendling Quarries, a subsidiary of Manatts Inc., announced that it is using Kespry drones at all of its aggregates operations in Eastern Iowa and Western Illinois, from pre-production to post-production, to ensure inventory accuracy and reserves to meet customer needs.
07.11.18
Commercial UAV News
George Mathew is the CEO of Kespry, a developer of automated drone systems with a focus on making it easy to capture, process, use and share high resolution information from the field.
07.11.18
Kespry
Leading Iowa and Illinois aggregates company uses Kespry for tracking inventory, estimating production, planning overburden management, and ensuring worker safety
07.10.18
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.
07.09.18
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.
07.06.18
PropertyCasualty360
Drone technology enables faster claims processing, a reduction in loss adjustment expenses and improved claims adjuster safety.
07.06.18
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.
06.12.18
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.
06.19.18
Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems
Kespry’s UAS use artificial intelligence and machine learning to provide both powerful data collection and ease-of-use for users in the field. Pilots use an iPad app to tap out a flight plan, and the drone flies the mission by itself.
06.10.2018
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.
06.13.18
Canadian Mining
Unmanned aerial systems, commonly called drones, are one example of a digital solution that mining companies can embrace to address strategic challenges head-on.
06.07.18
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.
05.30.18
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.
05.22.18
Drone Life
The state and local response to the Department of Transportation’s UAS Integration Pilot Program (IPP), designed to give states more influence in federal drone regulation, has been enthusiastic. At a recent meeting of the National Governor’s Association (NGA), George Mathew, CEO and Chairman of leading commercial drone platform Kespry, Inc., was present to make the drone industry's case.
05.09.18
Inc.
AirMap works with Kespry to get a drone up in the air, and in a few minutes can get the same information it would take a human 45 minutes to get. Of course, not only is this done quicker, but it's completed without jeopardizing someone's life.
05.07.18
Digital Insurance
The drone-as-a-service model has been evolving and few firms have excelled in this space as much as Kespry. George Mathew took the reins of the company in January 2017 and has made significant inroads into the insurance market since.
05.02.18
Kespry
Leading Indiana-based construction company uses Kespry aerial intelligence platform for site topographic surveying, production tracking and undercutting measurement
05.01.18
Aggregates Manager
Drone use is becoming more popular in quarries. They can survey an area and gather information faster than a person driving around in atruck. Manual surveys are typically completed every two weeks and only capture a few hundred points, but a drone can be dispatched daily and is capable of capturing millions of points with 0.8 inch of absolute accuracy.
04.30.18
Kespry
Mathew to speak at the 2018 North American Governors and Premiers Summit in Scottsdale, Arizona on May 5th
04.24.18
ABC TV
Kespry has hired six veterans from the BreakLine program with service in the Army, Marines and Navy. Its drones operate autonomously for specialized applications in the mining, construction and insurance industries.
04.24.18
Kespry
Kespry the leading drone-based aerial intelligence solution provider, today announced it has been selected as a recipient of the John Deere Supplier Innovation Award for 2017 for the Construction and Forestry division. The Innovation awards are part of Deere & Company’s Achieving Excellence Program. The California-based company received the honor for demonstrating innovation in a product or service they provide. Kespry employees accepted the recognition during formal ceremonies held on April 17, 2018 in Bettendorf, Iowa.
04.16.18
Insurance Business America
“LAANC is going to be hugely beneficial to the insurance industry because they will be able to get drones up and running in a controlled airspace almost instantly,” said Nathan Stump, director of Product Marketing at Kespry.
04.16.18
Kespry
New capabilities enable touchless claims process for insurance carriers while delivering faster decisions and settlements to their customers
04.13.18
Fortune
Following hurricanes Harvey and Irma last year, Kespry helped insurance companies take aerial photos of damaged home rooftops. After snapping the pictures, the drone wirelessly transmits the images to data centers, where machine learning technology helps identify damage to homes.
04.10.18
Forbes
Kespry now has over 170 mining and aggregates companies that are using its aerial intelligence platform. Kespry’s aggregates customers have flown 10,400 worksite missions measuring 223,000 stockpiles across 1.4 million acres.
03.27.18
Engineering.com
Anyone who has been following new technological developments in the architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) space knows that, yes, drones are becoming a big deal.
03.19.18
Associated Press
“Not only is it safer and faster, but you get more data, as much as ten to a hundred times more data,” said Kespry CEO George Mathew. “This becomes a complete game changer for a lot of the industrial work that’s being accomplished today.”
03.12.18
Rock Products
Aerial intelligence solutions provider Kespry showcased the work of more than 170 aggregates customers at AGG1 in Houston, March 6-8. These organizations, including new Kespry aggregates customers CSA Materials, Stoneco of Michigan and York Building Products, all use the Kespry industrial drone-based platform to manage stockpile inventories, plan mining operations and maximize revenue.
03.06.18
Kespry
New Kespry aggregates customers CSA Materials, Stoneco and York Building showcased at AGG1 Aggregates Expo in Houston, March 6-8
03.06.18
Pit & Quarry
To date, Kespry says its aggregate customers have flown 10,400 worksite missions measuring 223,000 stockpiles across 1.4 million acres.
03.02.18
Unmanned Aerial Online
“Kespry enables us to give our customers an unbiased, thoroughly detailed report on their roof in a fraction of the time a conventional and potentially damaging inspection would take,” comments Phil Pratt, commercial consultant for the roofing company’s multifamily and commercial division.
03.01.18
Kespry
Leading Midwest roofing company integrates Kespry drone-based aerial intelligence platform into The Annex Assurance Program for commercial and multi-home residential properties
03.01.18
Aggregate Research
“Using Kespry means more safety and saving time. It’s a huge pain to send somebody to the top of a rock stockpile and come down two or three hours later to end up with 15 topographical points, compared to the hundreds or thousands we get with the Kespry Drone," said Dan Liechty, project engineer, D&T.
02.22.18
Kespry
Oregon earthworks company selects Kespry drone-based aerial intelligence platform in partnership with John Deere dealer Papé Machinery
02.20.18
Rock Products
Old Hickory Clay determined that the best approach would be to buy a drone and use it to survey each of its mining operations on a regular basis. After doing its research, the company chose a Kespry 2s System.
02.20.18
Wall Street Journal
Building inspectors who used to rely on binoculars and ladders are turning to drones to check property exteriors for signs of damage or deterioration that could lead to injuries.
02.05.18
Forbes
Rather than a plethora of new hardware, the emphasis will be on development of software, which will make up half of the systems on vehicles versus 30 percent today. Here names like QNX, Nvidia, Intel, Google, and Kespry stand out.
02.01.18
CIO
Farmers Insurance use Kespry's services for roof inspections and other claims activities. They offer cloud services for data storage and analysis as well as drone inspections.
01.30.18
Kespry
Kespry's Drone-Based Aerial Intelligence Platform Rapidly and Safely Provides Complete Roofing with Accurate and Comprehensive Roof Damage Analytics
01.30.18
Unmanned Aerial Online
“Roofing analysis can be done better. We can do it better, and Kespry makes that a reality,” says Chad Conley, executive vice president of Complete Roofing. “After our customers experience our process, they go ‘Wow. I had no idea there’s a company that can do that.’”
01.29.18
Claims Journal
After examining 2017 storm-related drone data and interviewing insurance employees, we concluded there are five critical drone takwaways and best practices insurance companies need to keep in mind going forward as they consider their responses to future catastrophes.
01.24.18
For Construction Pros
John Deere dealers are helping earthmovers improve project delivery and profits with Kespry’s industrial drones and new software capabilities.
01.23.18
Kespry
Kespry showcases aerial intelligence capabilities for construction and mining at World of Concrete in Las Vegas, January 23-26, together with partner John Deere
01.22.18
SPAR 3D
Experienced field surveyors independently measured 13 roofs using traditional survey methods, while independent pilots flew autonomous Kespry UAVs over these roofs to capture images and generate 3D models.
01.13.18
VentureBeat
Kespry provides an aerial intelligence platform integrated with cloud storage to streamline insurance claims and help analysts better grasp the scope of a disaster.
01.02.18
Canadian Underwriter
Kespry says drones “dramatically decrease claim cycle times,” allowing insurers to settle three times as many claims per day while reducing overall costs. Kespry technology is used in a number of different types of damage claims, including farm damage after storms.
12.21.17
VentureBeat
Drones have emerged as key tools in the construction industry, serving to automate, capture, and process imagery from sites using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). Menlo Park-based industrial drone company Kespry raised $33 million last month from notable names such as Cisco Investments, Shell Technology Ventures, and Lightspeed Venture Partners.
12.11.17
CNBC
Shell Technology Ventures, ABB Ventures and Cisco Ventures joined G2VP in a $33 million Series C funding round for Kespry.
12.06.17
Bloomberg Technology
George Mathew, Kespry CEO, discusses the company's series C funding, the market opportunities for industrial drones and the regulatory environment with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
12.05.17
Drone Life
Kespry has just received a significant infusion of cash which should position it to battle on in the crowded drone data analytics space.
12.05.17
Fortune
Kespry, a Menlo Park, Calif.-based aerial intelligence solution provider, raised $33 million in Series C funding led by G2VP, and was joined by investors including Shell Technology Ventures, Cisco Investments, and ABB Ventures
12.05.17
VentureBeat
“We’re incredibly pleased to have leading industrial-tech investors recognize Kespry’s contributions to the future of work. The digital transformation in insurance, mining, construction, and many other industries represents a massive market opportunity,” said Kespry CEO and chairman George Mathew.
12.05.17
TechCrunch
Kespry, the industrial drone startup, announced a fresh infusion of cash today in the form of a $33M Series C. It brings the total raised to over $61M across the the three rounds.
12.05.17
Kespry
Leading industrial technology investors G2VP, Shell Technology Ventures, ABB, and Cisco Investments further fund Kespry’s leading industrial drone solutions
12.01.17
Canadian Mining Journal
Kespry’s drone software makes volumes of material easy to measure and track.
11.09.17
Kespry
New integration brings AirMap airspace intelligence to the Kespry platform for automated drone operations
11.07.17
Kespry
New capabilities revolutionize how construction companies plan, bid, and manage their earthworks projects
10.26.17
Insurance Journal
President Donald Trump launched a program on Wednesday to expand testing of drones to include flights over people, nighttime operations and flights out of sight of the operator, the White House said.
10.25.17
SF Chronicle
President Trump hosted a White House meeting with a group of industry leaders, including George Mathew, CEO of Menlo Park commercial drone company Kespry.
10.25.17
Recode
During a demonstration in the East Room, George Mathew, the leader of drone-maker Kespry, brought Trump one of its industrial craft as he sought to explain its industrial uses.
10.25.17
U.S. News & World Report
In June, Trump told drone executives the administration wants "to create new companies and lots of jobs... We're going to give you the competitive advantage that you need." In attendance was George Mathew, CEO of Kespry.
10.20.2017
Pit & Quarry
Adam Rice, business development director at Kespry, points to 2014 as the year commercial drones truly hit the market. And a lot has changed in the market since that time, he says.
10.09.17
Commercial UAV News
Kespry has developed an innovative, fast and inexpensive way to do roof inspections.
09.01.17
DCM Ventures
From vertical farming to alternative lending and now to drones, our third portfolio “powerchat” of the morning came from Kespry CEO George Mathew who spoke with Financial Times reporter Leslie Hook about industrial drone technology.
09.01.17
3D Insider
Farmers Insurance teamed up with Kespry to provide drones to their insurance inspectors.
09.01.17
sUAS News
“Haag’s study showed that Kespry’s roof measurements are within the accuracy that has come to be expected within the industry,” said Justin Kestner, P.E., president / CEO and principal engineer with Haag.
09.01.17
Dronelife
“We’ve reached a critical moment for the insurance industry where small, autonomous drones can complete complex roof measurements in a matter of minutes, significantly increasing the efficiency and safety of claims adjusters and roof inspectors by arming them with a new analytics-based productivity tool.”
09.01.17
Insurance Business Canada
New technology and software can expand human capability and dramatically increase efficiency in the insurance industry, according to George Mathew, CEO, Kespry.
09.01.17
Information Management
Farmers recently announced an agreement with Kespry, which will provide the insurer with hardware, software and analytics around drones.
09.01.17
Reuters
Fleets of commercial drones are primed to hover over the destruction from Tropical Storm Harvey in an unprecedented test of unmanned aircraft’s ability to assess billions of dollars in damage for the insurance industry and accelerate payouts for harried policyholders.
09.01.17
Insurance Journal
In partnership with Kespry, Farmers will send in drones to assess hurricane damage. Just this month, Farmers announced a new microdrone fleet that will assist adjusters on residential roof damage claims in areas impacted by hailstorms and other severe weather events.
08.24.17
PR Newswire
Leading Industrial Drone Maker Is First to Receive Industry Seal-of-Approval for Accuracy, Adds to Momentum Following Announcement that Farmers Insurance Selected Kespry.
08.22.17
Kespry
Leading Industrial Drone Maker Is First to Receive Industry Seal-of-Approval for Accuracy
08.12.17
Inside Unmanned Systems
Farmers Insurance will now use Kespry unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to help assess damage to residential rooftops after significant weather events.
08.02.17
Kespry
Farmers insurance takes flight with Kespry across America to enhance their customer experience and increase safety.
07.06.17
Cision PR Newswire
Relationship with Leading Claims Company Extends Kespry's Momentum in the Insurance Industry
06.21.17
Insurance & Technology
"The easy-to-use and fully-integrated Kespry Drone Platform enables major industrial companies to collect more accurate information, more frequently, efficiently and safely."
06.21.17
Recode
Kespry is a California-based drone company that makes drones and software for the mining, construction and insurance industries. The company’s CEO George Mathew will be in attendance and is bringing a customer from the construction industry, too.
06.21.17
UAS Magazine
George Mathew, Kespry CEO and chairman, said the technology enables insurers to provide their policyholders with shortened claim cycles and reduced loss adjustment expenses while minimizing liabilities and risks for field staffs.
06.21.17
CNBC
Another drone industry executive, Kespry CEO and Chairman George Mathew said, "Drones and a faster internet are the technologies that can really help a blue collar work force today."
06.21.17
AUVSI
One of the main features that Kespry is touting about the new Kespry cloud is its ability to automatically identify hail damage, thanks to sophisticated machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence designed specifically for this functionality.
06.21.17
Kespry
We'll demonstrate how organizations are handling 3X more inspections per day, eliminating the need for 3rd party reports, and removing the risks of climbing on policyholder rooftops.
06.20.17
Unmanned Aerial
Kespry’s automated aerial intelligence solution is designed to improve the property and casualty roof claim cycle.
06.20.17
sUAS News
“Now, insurers can dramatically improve the policyholder experience through shortened claim cycles while also reducing loss adjustment expenses and minimizing liabilities and risks for field staff.”
06.20.17
Yahoo! Finance
Kespry, the leading aerial intelligence platform provider, today announced that it is moving deeper into vertical markets with its formal entry into the insurance sector.
06.20.17
Seeking Alpha
Kespry's field-to-finish experience is the only fully automated aerial intelligence solution designed to improve the property and casualty roof claim cycle.
06.20.17
Insurance News
One of the most powerful aspects of the new Kespry Cloud is the sophisticated machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence designed to automatically identify hail damage.
06.20.17
Cision PR Newswire
Company Advances Kespry Cloud with Insurance-Focused Application, Opens its Architecture to Third-Party Software Providers
06.09.17
The Economist
"Drones are also useful farther up the construction supply chain, in mining and aggregates, says George Mathew, Kespry’s boss. A drone can measure the volume of dozens of stockpiles in a single flight, taking thousands of measurements that are turned into an accurate point cloud within an hour."
06.06.17
Kespry
Brian Biggerstaff, Environmental Manager at CSA Materials, will discuss how their company uses the Kespry Automated Drone System for inventory management, environmental management and visualizing shot blasts.
06.02.17
Commercial UAV News
"Industrial drones are allowing our customers to collect data in an accurate, faster and safer way. Data to decisions in hours and not days is what we obsess about at Kespry."
05.28.17
Kespry
If you’ve been thinking about implementing drone technology but don’t know where to start, you’re not alone - understanding all of the elements of a drone program can be complicated. Here are 5 steps for getting started.
05.26.17
Dronelife
"Kespry’s customers in aggregates find they can measure stockpiles 12X faster; insurance customers can double the number of claims processed in a day. Enterprise adoption has brought the return on investment to the forefront of drone offerings, and the successful providers are those that can show clear and measurable benefits to the bottom line."
05.03.17
Kespry
"Commercial drone technology from companies such as Kespry is one such AI-powered solution that has shown the potential to deliver 100x improvements over existing solutions."
05.03.17
Yahoo! Finance
Kespry, the leading aerial intelligence platform provider, announced today that technology industry veterans Jitender Aswani, Jim Allison and David Shearer have joined the company to deepen its leadership team as customer adoption and market momentum accelerates globally.
4.28.17
Commercial UAV News
For anyone working in P&C, drones provide users with multiple means to reduce risk, and the increases in efficiency the tools create can be directly and indirectly seen on the bottom line.
4.22.17
sUAS News
There's no fee to attend this webinar. From automating property inspections to leveraging AI in claims, risk management and underwriting, we’ll explore some of the many ways drones are being used to improve the policyholder experience and carrier operations. These technologies allow carriers to reduce risk and indemnity, loss adjustment and underwriting expenses and policyholder churn.
4.22.17
Claims Journal
From automating property inspections to leveraging AI in claims, risk management and underwriting, Kespry will explore some of the many ways drones are being used to improve the policyholder experience and carrier operations during the webinar, How Drones, Data & AI Are Revolutionizing the P&C Industry.
4.13.17
Kespry
From automating property inspections to leveraging AI in claims, risk management and underwriting, we’ll explore some of the many ways drones are being used to improve the policyholder experience and carrier operations.
4.7.17
Inc
A gravel supplier, say, could use Kespry to measure stockpiles, manage inventory, lay out new pits, and survey quarry locations.
4.7.17
Inside Unmanned Systems
John Deere Construction & Forestry dealers will now provide the Kespry Aerial Intelligence System to their customers.
4.07.17
Kespry
From measuring stockpiles in minutes to expediting mine planning to safely capturing data from unsafe areas, here are three of the many reasons why aggregate companies are embracing drone technology.
4.5.17
Tech Target
Drones can be deployed faster than aerial photographers and can provide a quicker turnaround on the data, according to Morse. And that's not all: "The big difference for us is that, for the equivalent amount of money, we can fly as many times as we want during the year," he said.
3.23.17
Kespry
In this webinar, we’ll be answering questions we received at CONEXPO about how our automated drone system works, common use cases and data insights.
3.23.17
Kespry
John Deere and Kespry today announced an exclusive global strategic alliance through which John Deere Construction & Forestry dealers will provide the Kespry Aerial Intelligence System to their customers on job sites around the world. Starting in North America, the alliance enables John Deere customers to use Kespry’s fully integrated industrial drone platform to capture topographic data in minutes with survey-grade accuracy.
3.18.17
Equipment World
Kespry chairman and CEO George Mathew tells Equipment World that the partnership is a multi-year deal initiated by Deere that will immediately place his company’s hardware in more than 400 distribution locations.
3.18.17
Construction Equipment
Starting in North America, the alliance enables John Deere customers to use Kespry's fully integrated industrial drone platform to capture topographic data in minutes with survey-grade accuracy.
3.18.17
Construction Dive
Moline, IL–based John Deere and Menlo Park, CA–based Kespry have announced a strategic alliance to provide Kespry’s drone hardware, software and analytics.
3.18.17
Utility Contractor
With the Kespry Drone 2s now available across the John Deere network, customers can easily create a mission with the touch of a finger, then capture, analyze and share survey-grade data and insights.
3.18.17
Commercial UAV News
“John Deere knows their customers very well, and they knew they needed a drone solution that they could quickly and easily bring into their workflow,” Shearer told Commercial UAV News.
3.18.17
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
“Our approach has been to make a seamless, end-to-end solution that brings together hardware, software, and services that are easy to use in a lot of different industries,” she said.
3.14.17
Electronics360
The agreement will allow John Deere customers to use Kespry’s integrated industrial drone platform to capture topographic data in minutes with survey-grade accuracy.
3.14.17
ForConstructionPros
With the Kespry Drone 2s now available across the John Deere network, customers can easily create a mission with the touch of a finger, then capture, analyze and share survey grade data and insights.
3.14.17
InterDrone
Kespry’s drone platform is designed to collect topographic data with survey-grade accuracy.
3.14.17
Pit & Quarry
John Deere and Kespry forged a global alliance through which John Deere Construction & Forestrydealers will provide the Kespry aerial intelligence system.
3.14.17
Portable Plants & Equipment
John Deere chose Kespry based on its interoperability with John Deere WorkSight technologies and ease of use for customers, Kespry says.
3.9.17
Aggregates Manager
The partnership will immediately roll out to John Deere’s dealer network. As part of the alliance agreement, Kespry will conduct certification with all the John Deere dealerships so that each has certified and knowledgeable staff on site.
3.9.17
Heavy Equipment Guide
“The data gathered from the Kespry system will help our customers and equipment operators make decisions that reduce costs and improve productivity as they optimize the jobsite and spend less time on jobs.”
3.9.17
AUVSI
Kespry’s UAS is completely autonomous, as it takes off, flies and lands all on its own. The Kespry Drone 2s will give John Deere customers the ability to capture, evaluate and share survey-grade data and insights, simply and efficiently.
3.9.17
Rental Equipment Register
Kespry develops all the hardware, software and cloud services that deliver a solution from field to finish. It is a leading aerial intelligence platform provider and is transforming how organizations capture, analyze and share business insights.
3.8.17
sUAS News
“Our relationship with John Deere will accelerate the adoption of drone solutions in industrial markets and will rapidly change how business is done in construction, road building and other industrial sectors,” said George Mathew, chairman and CEO of Kespry.
3.8.17
Dronelife
Two big names in the construction industry have joined forces, as equipment supplier John Deere (NYSE: DE) and CA-based drone solutions company Kespry announce an exclusive global strategic alliance.
3.8.17
Fortune
The equipment manufacturing giant said Tuesday it’s partnering with drone technology startup Kespry, a deal that will involve John Deere’s sales teams selling drones and related services to the construction industry.
3.8.17
Yahoo! Finance
“This technology will help our dealers offer a seamless workflow to site development and road building contractors from project planning through grading dirt,” said Andrew Kahler, product marketing manager, John Deere WorkSight™.
3.7.17
TechCrunch
Through the new partnership, John Deere construction and forestry equipment dealers will offer their customers Kespry Aerial Intelligence systems for use on job sites around the world. Kespry leases its drones but does not sell them outright. John Deere offers a mix of leases and sales.
3.7.17
Fortune
As part of the deal, John Deere’s network of more than 400 American and Canadian dealers will “introduce customers” to Kespry’s various drone services, while the startup handles customer support and flight training, said Andrew Kahler, a product marketing manager with John Deere.
03.07.17
Kespry
John Deere and Kespry Enter Strategic Alliance to Simplify Drone Integration on Construction Job Sites
2.25.17
ConstructConnect
Drones are being used as a vital tool, collecting data and tracking progress on construction sites in order to allow project managers and general contractors to make more informed decisions and operate more efficiently.
2.23.17
Equipment World
David Lloyd, a mine planning engineer for Oldcastle Materials subsidiary APAC Central, says the Kespry system has decreased the amount of time it takes to generate a survey of an area from nearly a week to just a few hours.
2.10.17
Construction Executive
By adding a high-performance ground receiver, the Kespry Drone 2s can deliver accuracy of two to 10 centimeters.
2.10.17
Dronelife
George Mathew noted that the “drone sector is strewn with broken toys. A lot of people have been suffering, because they cannot control aspects of hardware and software. Kespry delivers a fully-integrated hardware and software experience."
2.10.17
AggNet
The enhancements make the Kespry Drone 2 even more suitable for a wide range of industrial applications, including those requiring survey-grade precision, such as mining and quarrying.
1.1.17
Kespry
Garrett Smith, Director of Business Development at Kespry, will join guest speaker, Brad Hancock, CEO of Hancock Claims Consultants, in a discussion about how drone technology in the hands of inspection professionals will complement the way property claims are handled for their carrier clients.
2.1.17
Kespry
Garrett Smith, Director of Business Development at Kespry, will join guest speaker, Brad Hancock, CEO of Hancock Claims Consultants, in a discussion about how drone technology in the hands of inspection professionals will complement the way property claims are handled for their carrier clients.
1.31.17
Heavy Equipment Guide
“These drones save time, but they also show you how to be more efficient,” says John Davenport, construction surveyor for Whitaker Contracting Corporation.
1.31.17
Heavy Equipment Guide
“These drones save time, but they also show you how to be more efficient,” says John Davenport, construction surveyor for Whitaker Contracting Corporation.
1.27.17
Portable Plants & Equipment
Kespry improved its Kespry Drone 2 with new features designed to deliver greater accuracy and reliability for its users.
1.27.17
Pit & Quarry
The new Kespry Drone 2 boasts a high-performance ground receiver, and the Global Navigation Satellite System base station receiver serves as a single survey control point.
1.27.17
Diginomica
Kespry has just released the latest version of its drone technology. This follows the recent hiring of an analytics industry veteran who will propel the company forward in new and interesting ways.
1.27.17
Portable Plants & Equipment
Kespry improved its Kespry Drone 2 with new features designed to deliver greater accuracy and reliability for its users.
1.27.17
Pit & Quarry
The new Kespry Drone 2 boasts a high-performance ground receiver, and the Global Navigation Satellite System base station receiver serves as a single survey control point.
1.26.17
Dronelife
“We can now fly our Kespry Drone 2 over our entire 60-acre aggregate site in about 15 minutes. Previously, it would have taken us about a day or a day-and-a-half to do the inventories and a few more days to do the calculations.” - Murry Cline, vice president of operations with APAC-Central, Inc.
1.26.17
The American Surveyor
"Such degrees of accuracy are critical for mine planning, determining boundary lines, positioning underground utility cables and pipes, and other survey-grade applications. The single ground control point simplifies survey applications as it eliminates the need for multiple control points and additional manual measurements in the survey process."
1.26.17
Earth Imaging Journal
"The enhanced Kespry Drone 2 and Drone 2s are available now and are already being used by a range of customers like APAC-Central, a subsidiary of Oldcastle Materials, Inc., an industry leader in asphalt and concrete pavement construction, materials and services."
1.26.17
Sensors & Systems
"Post-Processed Kinematic (PPK) technology is used to increase the accuracy of photogrammetric aerial images. Integrating PPK improves the speed, efficiency and reliability of gathering survey-ready data in commercial and industrial environments."
1.25.17
Forbes
Drones can provide businesses with types of data they’ve never had access to before, enabling decision makers to have a more complete picture of their operations.
1.25.17
Commercial UAV News
"We think the world should have a much more integrated, complete, autonomous solution, and that’s what our customers really want and value today."
1.25.17
sUAS News
These enhancements make Kespry Drone 2 even more ideal for a wide range of industrial applications, including those requiring survey-grade precision, such as in mining and the architecture, engineering and construction (A/E/C) markets.
1.25.17
Unmanned Aerial
“Customers are looking for a complete drone solution that provides survey-grade accuracy – without sacrificing speed and convenience,” states George Mathew, CEO and chairman of Kespry.
1.25.17
Rock to Road
“The enhancements to the Kespry Drone 2 – bringing centimeter-level accuracy – exemplify how Kespry is innovating the industrial drone space through its Aerial Intelligence Platform.”
1.25.17
UAS Weekly
Industrial Drone Leader Continues to Raise the Bar on Innovation, Adds Survey-Grade Accuracy Feature that is Ideal for Mining and A/E/C Industries.
1.13.17
Equipment World
Last year, Kespry launched Drone 2.0, a complete drone solution aimed at construction and surveying that fully integrates drone hardware and cloud-based image rendering software in order to provide a drone that not only flies itself, but delivers ready-to-use imagery with almost no operator intervention required.
1.13.17
InterDrone
Kespry’s drone software, hardware and cloud services are designed to help organizations transform the way they capture, analyze and share business insights.
1.13.17
Aggregates Manager
Mike Moy, Lehigh Hanson’s operations analyst, will discuss how the company uses the Kespry Automated Drone System to help measure stockpile inventories, manage mine operations, and improve worker safety.
1.13.17
Pit & Quarry
A Whitaker employee now taps just a few buttons on an iPad, and the Kespry drone automatically flies over each quarry site. What used to take days now takes hours.
1.12.17
Dronelife
With 20 years of experience at growth-oriented technology startups as well as category leading software providers such as salesforce.com and SAP, Mathew has held a wide range of senior leadership positions, from driving company strategy to leading product management, development, sales and marketing teams.
1.12.17
PE Hub
“By developing a highly-integrated end-to-end solution that provides customers unique aerial insights and analytical models, Kespry is enabling markets such as insurance, aggregates and construction to imagine new uses that were not previously possible.”
1.12.17
AUVSI
California-based aerial intelligence provider Kespry announced that George Matthew, the recent president and CEO of Alteryx, a data analytics software provider, will take over as CEO.
1.11.17
Pit & Quarry
While at Alteryx, Mathew fostered growth in the self-service market by focusing on product innovation and customer success, Kespry adds. Prior to Alteryx, he served as global vice president and general manager for business intelligence at SAP. He eventually became the general manager for SAP’s entire business intelligence portfolio.
1.11.17
Rock Products
"By developing a highly-integrated end-to-end solution that provides customers unique aerial insights and analytical models, Kespry is enabling markets such as insurance, aggregates and construction to imagine new uses that were not previously possible.”
1.11.17
UAS Weekly
A May 2016 PwC report projects the global commercial drone market to grow to more than $127 billion by 2020.
1.11.17
Rock to Road
Kespry customers are leaders across aggregates, construction, and surveying industries, including Fluor, Lehigh Hanson/Heidelberg, Sully-Miller/Colas USA, Terus Construction, Webcor, Whitaker Contracting, Woolpert and many others.
01.11.17
Business Wire
Technology Industry Leader with Deep Analytics Background Takes Helm at Industrial Drone Leader to Scale Business
1.10.17
Construction Executive
By adding a high-performance ground receiver, the Kespry Drone 2s can deliver accuracy of two to 10 centimeters.
1.10.17
Dronelife
George Mathew noted that the “drone sector is strewn with broken toys. A lot of people have been suffering, because they cannot control aspects of hardware and software. Kespry delivers a fully-integrated hardware and software experience."
08.29.16
Business Wire
Kespry, which designs automated drone systems for commercial use, today announced the new Kespry Drone 2.0. The new lighter-weight drone flies 2X as long, covers 2X the ground area, and has 2X the wind resilience, due to the new airframe, battery, and flight system improvements.
06.21.16
Business Wire
Kespry, which designs automated drone systems for commercial use, today announced the close of a Series B equity-financing round of $16 million that includes investments from DCM Ventures and Lightspeed Venture Partners. With these funds, Kespry is hiring more engineering and service teams to ramp-up production and serve customers. In the past twelve months, Kespry has more than doubled in size, and is moving into a larger headquarters in Silicon Valley to keep up with the continued growth.
10.22.14
Business Wire
MENLO PARK, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kespry Inc., the developer of commercial-grade aerial data capture, analysis, and visualization systems, announced that it has raised $10 million in Series A financing led by Lightspeed Venture Partners.

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