Sentera at InterDrone 2016 | UAV + UAS + Sensors + Data Management Software

Sentera Features Inspection & Agriculture Products at InterDrone 2016

Sentera Features Infrastructure Inspection and Agriculture Products at InterDrone 2016

Sentera, Inc., a global provider of software, sensor, and drone technologies to the infrastructure inspection and agriculture industries, will display a range of solutions at its exhibit during the InterDrone Conference and Exposition, which takes place at the Paris Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada, September 7-9.

Sentera’s Co-Founder and Executive Vice President of Business Development, Greg Emerick, will participate in a panel discussion on Wednesday, September 7. The topic will be Infrastructure Insights: Drone Innovation in Structural Inspection and will start at 11 am at the Paris Hotel.

Sentera Exhibit at InterDrone 2016

The Sentera exhibit, located at booth 908, will feature the revolutionary Phoenix 2 drone, Phantom 4 with NDVI Upgrade, and Sentera’s OnTop™ Software Platform. The software solution provides the cellular and broadcast tower industry with a cost-effective, precise, and efficient way to manage big data associated with inspection imagery. The OnTop platform comprises a mobile app and desktop client that automatically sync with one another. Together they offer the unique ability to analyze image data and record the exact location, date, time, and asset type associated with each and every inspection photo. Photos are assigned to the correct site and are presented in a clean, searchable map view, making it the ideal image management tool.

About Sentera

Since its inception in 2014, Sentera has raised $8.5M in capital from strategic investors and is a leading designer, developer, and manufacturer of software, sensors, and UAVs in the agriculture, infrastructure, and public safety industries. Sentera has more than 200 years of combined experience with sensors, software, UAVs, data management, and engineering solutions. In a single growing season, Sentera’s equipment collected 15,500,000 images and gathered 175 terabytes of data from 8,000 flights.
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