Hurricane Irma

By Pitching in to Help Storm Victims, Drones Earn New Respect

Aircrews can be out when the winds drop below 25 mph, inspecting utilities and critical infrastructure. – The DroneAscent Team Read more at http://www.airspacemag.com/daily-planet/after-two-hurricanes-drones-prove-useful-pinch-180964908/#rxufzZsldHQdDd8O.99 Could their role in recent hurricanes finally mean a regulatory turning point? Source: By Pitching in to Help Storm Victims, Drones Earn New Respect | Daily Planet | Air & Space Read More

DroneAscent Aerial Inspections

Pilot’s Log – Aerial Inspection for HOA Compliance

Pilot: Bob Warfel Visual Assistant: Ned Matich It was a gorgeous day as we headed over to the Tanglewood Condos and Apartments, a well-populated residential neighborhood consisting of about 500 units and covering an area of roughly 3 square miles.  The DroneAscent Team was headed there to perform an aerial inspection. The residential area is Read More

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Researcher Use Drones Against Strawberry Pest 

A chemical ecologist has received a federal grant to use drones to detect spider mite-related plant stress, and then target the pests with natural predators. Drones for good! – The DroneAscent Team Read Researcher uses drones, predators against strawberry pest from Capital Press Source: Researcher uses drones, predators against strawberry pest – Research Center – Read More