David W. Johnston Ph.D.
We have begun using two eBees across different marine and conservation projects to see where we’ll best be able to employ them. For example, we already used an eBee carrying a thermoMAP payload for a very successful seal counting project in Canada. For us, a UAS is more efficient than taking shots manually from manned aircraft—in fact we realised we could buy a full drone system for what two aerial surveys would have cost us in the past! We expect the eBee to become a solid and very important component of our research program as we move forwards.
senseFly Announces Partnership With GEOCOM
senseFly is excited to announce a new distribution partnership with GEOCOM Soluciones Geoespaciales—Chile’s most experienced and trusted geospatial solutions firm. Founded in 1985, GEOCOM provides geospatial solutions for government, private and research institutions across several industries, including mining, forestry, construction and engineering. GEOCOM offers a variety of geospatial solutions...
eMotion 3.13.0: Automated Drone Flight Log Management, Expanded Night Flight Support & More
We’re pleased to bring you the latest update to our eMotion flight planning and monitoring software, eMotion 3.13.0. Version 3.13.0 provides senseFly pilots with enhancements and greater usability, including additional support for night flights, better drone flight log memory management and other UI-focused quality-of-life changes. “Continuously improving eMotion—raising its...
eMotion 3.12.0: New Language Support & UI Enhancements
We’re pleased to announce the newest version of senseFly eMotion flight planning software is available to download. Version 3.12.0 provides enhanced UI and additional quality of life (QOL) features, including new “phone-style” icons, tab improvements and beta language support for Portuguese and Mandarin. Read on to learn more details...