In a market largely comprised of drone manufacturers, Measure is the model for how
drone services will develop and grow in the future.

Measure Partners with AES to Deploy Drones at Record Scale for the Energy Industry

Drone technology will inspect energy infrastructure across AES’ renewable and thermal generation facilities, as well as distribution companies

Measure Raises $15M Series B Round to Expand Its Turnkey Drone Service for Enterprise Customers

Cognizant Technology Solutions Joins Original Investors to Augment Data Capture and Analytical Services for Comprehensive Drone Services

Would a franchise succeed in the drone industry?

Careful determination is required when deciding to become a new franchisee. Measure’s VP of Franchising, Dan Rothfeld, has helped thousands of franchisees on this journey over the last 30 years. From his experience, Dan has refined the decision-making process for franchise investment into a number of unique decision points, including autonomy, peer support, financing, culture, and fit. In this segment of our franchising blog post series, we’ll cover one of these crucial decision points: can a franchise business model succeed in the commercial drone services industry?

Moving Policy Boundaries Forward: Commercial Drone Alliance Participates in First-Ever FAA-Convened Unmanned Aircraft Safety Team Meeting

Industry Leaders Meet to Review Data, Boost UAS Safety Performance in the National Airspace 

Measure Now Member of IFA and VetFran; To Offer Franchise Discount to Veterans

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Measure, the Drone as a Service® company, proudly announces its membership in the International Franchise Association (IFA) and VetFran, joining the ranks of professionals who are fully committed to franchise excellence. As one of the nation’s leading commercial operators of drones, Measure is now able to offer aspiring qualified franchisees a unique, comprehensive business opportunity to thrive in a $127 billion-dollar addressable market.