Discover the Top Use Cases for Drones in Energy

Today’s energy and utilities organizations are using drones to capture data that was previously too dangerous, difficult or expensive to obtain. While the full potential of drone technology is still being realized, it’s clear that drones are a must-have for energy companies looking to reduce costs, increase safety and revolutionize their workflows.

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Next Steps to Building a Drone Program That Can Scale

Aug 2, 2021 3:06:18 PM |  Posted in Industry Insights, Insights, Commercial Drones, Drone Operations

By starting a drone program, you’ve already taken the first step to improve the efficiency and safety of your operations. And now to fully leverage the value of aerial data for your organization, you might be considering how to scale your drone program across your business.

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6 Things to Consider When Starting a Drone Program

Drone technology is revolutionizing countless industries, making it possible for businesses to expand operations, extend reach and capability, and improve operational efficiency.

Whether you run a wind farm and need to monitor your turbines or manage construction sites and want to track progress, you’re probably here because you suspect that drones can help your business thrive. And you might be wondering what you need to know before starting your own drone program.

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Measure Takes to the Skies with Acquisition by AgEagle

May 13, 2021 11:43:34 AM |  Posted in In the News, Commercial Drones, Drone Software, Drone Operations, AgEagle

By Brandon Torres Declet, Chief Operating Officer & Board Director of AgEagle, and President & Co-Founder of Measure.

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What DJI Being Added to the U.S. Entity List Means for your Drone

Feb 10, 2021 9:00:00 AM |  Posted in Commercial Drones, DJI, Drone Operations

With China’s DJI being formally added to the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Entity List, many are wondering what’s in store for the drone market.

We’ve compiled a breakdown of the U.S. Department of Commerce’s decision, what it means for U.S. drone manufacturers and other drone industry leaders, and what our experts at Measure recommend regarding your company’s drone decisions.

The Decision: DJI Added to U.S. Entity List

According to the Federal Register, the decision to add DJI was made because of “…activities contrary to U.S. foreign policy interests” and more specifically, claims that the entity has enabled “wide-scale human rights abuses within China through abusive genetic collection and analysis or high-technology surveillance, and/or facilitated the export of items by China that aid repressive regimes around the world, contrary to U.S. foreign policy interests.”

Are DJI Drones Banned in the U.S.?

No. The decision to add DJI to the U.S. Entity List simply means DJI can no longer obtain U.S.-made tech to manufacture their drones. It does not prevent DJI products from being purchased or operated in the U.S. for any reason.

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