As one of the first national drone services providers in the U.S., the development of the sUAS industry and regulatory advancements is extremely important to us. Since 2014, Measure’s leadership has maintained a presence in the FAA, Congress, and even the White House.
Although we focus a lot on drone hardware's ability to collect information, there is more to data collection than having the right camera and sensors for the job. As the adage goes, "Bad data in equals bad data out."
Measure is an aerial intelligence company that provides world-class drone services and software to companies across the U.S and the Americas.
Measure is now offering an autonomous and higher resolution solution for wind turbine inspections.
Washington, D.C. (February 27, 2019) – Measure, the leader in enterprise drone services, launches its next generation drone software platform, Ground Control 2.0. In the past year, over 200 companies around the world have leveraged the platform as new features and functions have been added. Today, it is available to the public after upgrading current Ground Control users in January.
Ground Control users have already been using grid flight to fly safer through controlled flight settings and to improve data capture by automating flight patterns and camera settings.
It’s given the second-highest security designation by the Department of Homeland Security. It’s designated a no-fly zone by the Federal Aviation Administration. It costs millions of dollars just for enhanced security. It’s Super Bowl LIII, and we were there in the sky with our drones.
When drones are operating around equipment and assets that cost thousands and even millions of dollars, the pilot’s professionalism and devotion to safety and compliance are crucial. With the availability of third party hiring sites for sourcing drone work, it is important that businesses can decipher between a safe, professional drone pilot and an inexperienced amateur.
As soon as it came, it went.
With 2018 behind us, we have already entered 2019 with full force, and we have huge expectations for the growth and evolution of both Measure and the drone industry at large.