New on our blog: Preserve and Promote — Using Drones to Digitise Archaeological Sites in the Kurdish Region of Northern Iraq
When it comes to surveying historical sites, using classical archaeological methods can be slow and labour-intensive. As a result, an increasing number of archaeologists are turning to drone technology to more efficiently survey larger areas, and at better resolutions than satellite imagery can achieve. Iconem, an organisation that safeguards world heritage through digital technologies, did just that during a mission this summer.
Ag Insights – 5 Ways Agricultural UAVs Are Helping Researchers in the Field
senseFly recently hosted its Ag Drone Insights 3 webinar, which featured three expert agronomists from around the world. Each presenter had a wealth of knowledge to share, with each discussing their experience using UAVs and how drones are helping them successfully carry out their agricultural research. Read the blog...
senseFly moves North American operations to Raleigh, N.C.
senseFly, the industry’s leading provider of professional mapping drones, and a commercial drone subsidiary of Parrot Group, today announces the relocation of its North American operations to Raleigh, N.C. Previously located in Washington, D.C., the company’s new office will accommodate its rapid growth and its location allows senseFly to...