Transform Data from Drone Images into Actionable Insights for Your Business


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Delair, a leading supplier of commercial drone solutions, this month unveiled Delair Aerial Intelligence (delair.ai)—software that helps businesses process the large amounts of data they collect with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)/drones.

The software can leverage drone data in a wide range of use cases, with analytics optimized for specific industries such as mining, quarries, construction, power and utilities, and agriculture. Learn more about how you can use the software for your business in our recent post: 

Transform Data from Drone-based Images into Actionable Insights for Your Business | About Delair’s New, Cloud-Based Software, Delair.ai

We’ve been tracking Delair’s progress since they flew the world’s first commercial beyond-visual-line-of-sight (BVLOS) drone mission in 2012. Their noteworthy accomplishments have been stacking up since then, including a strategic partnership with Intel and an expanding line of long-range, fixed-wing drones. It’s the fixed-wing drone hardware that first gained Delair international recognition, but the company has fully evolved from the hardware-only supplier it once was.

Delair now claims to have the largest team of software developers focused on drone data management of any company in the drone software space. This growth follows Delair’s acquisition of Airware’s software platform and development team in 2018.

In the comments below, tell us what you think about Delair’s break into the software side of drone services.

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