Early July saw the commercial release of Drone Harmony’s 3D automatic mission planning Android app with unique features. The platform is also the basis for a market-first full 3D, automated and optimized inspection app tailored for the cell tower industry.
Drone Harmony reinvents the way people fly drones commercially. With its professional flight planner users gain safety and quality due to full automation, from obstacle avoiding plan generation to the actual flight execution. The app collects ultra-high resolution images and videos.
The unique benefits of using the Drone Harmony app include:
Full automation: Plan generation, obstacle avoidance and flights are all done automatically.
Full 3D interface: All interactions from objects definitions through plan generation to the flight itself are visualized in 3D to eliminate uncertainty and errors.
Better quality in less time: Collection of ultra-high resolution images and videos, precise and fully reproducible in a fraction of the time.
Easy to use and learn: Intuitive interfaces, full visualization, training in less than 30min.
Drone Harmony works with a number of industry partners on drone workflow automation for various industrial use cases, including Bentley System’s Reality Modelling team, SiteSee (AUS), The iGlobe Group (RSA), VertSpec (USA) and EasyInspect (Denmark), as well as dozens of customers and resellers around the world. Drone Harmony enjoyed a fruitful collaboration with these companies on projects ranging beyond cell tower inspections.
More than 20’000 experienced professional pilots, hobby pilots and even beginners already benefit from the powerful Drone Harmony mission planner. For this reason, Drone Harmony offers different pricing/license plans:
The Basic Version ($29 lifetime price after a 30 days free trial period) is ideal for individuals flying their drone during outdoor activities or holidays.
The Pro Version ($29 monthly license after a 14 days free trial period) is perfect for a small company operating with an inspire offering complex inspection, mapping and professional cinematographic services.
The Business Version ($99 monthly license after a 14 days free trial period) is suited for a drone business performing regular inspections with several professional drones at larger scale, requiring consistent data, reduced time on site and the ability to deal with complex data capture scenarios.
The Academic Version ($49 monthly license after a 14 days free trial period) is intended for universities, research groups and institutions with research projects involving professional drone flying.
Enterprises with many job sites that require seamless and customized integration of drone operations into the company workflow processes will be able to get a customized Enterprise Plan. The fight planning platform allows Drone Harmony to quickly create new flight patterns tailored to the enterprise’s requirements.
Moreover, Drone Harmony mission planner app is the basis of a new fully automated capture app tailored for cell tower inspections, featuring a scene-centered workflow, a full 3D planning environment and obstacle avoidance. Automated workflows have proven their potential to reduce the death toll of tower climbers and to cut inspection costs by as much as 50%. Planning and setting up the inspection flight with Drone Harmony takes about 5 – 10 minutes. A game changer.
The iGlobe Group which is a specialized integrator, focusing on geospatial orientated applications in the mining, municipality, utility, and private sector, has already tested Drone Harmony Cell Tower Scan extensively. Both managers and pilots are enthusiastic about this app. They were able to reduce the inspection time from 19 to just 8 hours and drastically increase the quality of the deliverable.
Drone Harmony was founded in 2016 by a team of highly educated problem solvers with a passion for drones, software and automation. From the very early days, Drone Harmony have set out to tackle the mathematical and engineering challenges of enabling cost-effective deployment of drone technology in industries, where existing technologies were unable to deliver.
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