A few words about data protection from senseFly’s CEO
“At senseFly, we understand the importance of fully protecting our customers and the data they collect.”
“Users can easily opt-out of sharing their data with senseFly, while any that is collected is always anonymous, user-specific and encrypted. We also firmly believe in never disclosing individual data to third parties.
“We’re aware of some current discussions within the industry around data integrity. While, due to the very nature of what we do, it is always important to be vigilant, our customers have no cause for concern. Our commitment to ensuring the security of information captured by our drones is supported by regular reviews to our processes and policies, to ensure they continue to meet and exceed both industry regulations and our customers’ expectations.”
– Jean-Christophe Zufferey, CEO, senseFly
eMotion 3.11.0 Update: New UI, Faster Processing & More
This month, we’re pleased to share the latest update to our eMotion flight planning software. eMotion 3.11.0 is filled with several exciting new features that make your mission planning and execution easier than ever. We’ve also thrown in a few quality-of-life features that we think you’ll enjoy. Read on...
International WildTrack Workshop 2020: senseFly Recap
WildTrack, with the help of senseFly and the JMP Division of SAS software, is racing to help solve the unprecedented collapse of global biodiversity. Their mission is critical, as biodiversity provides the world with all the essential elements of life, including fresh air, clean water, fertile soil, food, medicines...
African Drone Forum: senseFly Recap
This year, the second-ever African Drone Forum (ADF) was held in Rwanda – two years after the first event in Tanzania. A team from senseFly spent a total of nine days in Rwanda to participate in the event and compete in the Find and Assess competition. What It Takes...