Kittyhawk, the drone fleet management company, is proud to announce the availability of its industry-leading platform on Android. Commercial drone operators can now use Android devices to easily adhere to the recently-introduced FAA Part 107 regulations, and benefit from the same pre-flight intelligence, post-flight insights and in-flight peace of mind that has already served thousands of their peers. With Kittyhawk for Android, the company now becomes the full-featured platform with native applications for iOS, Android, and the web.
Kittyhawk is solving the growing challenge of how to manage commercial drone fleets and their operators. The new Android app allows users to check airspace and weather; create and share checklists; log flights visible to everyone in an organization; and keep track of all their assets like aircraft, locations and battery cycles. For those operating in teams, this means vital group and fleet information can be shared seamlessly across an entire organization and to every pilot in the field—ensuring collaboration and creating a culture of safety.
“After nearly two years of evolving the Kittyhawk experience on other ecosystems and completing a recent financing round, we knew it was time to invest in expanding into Android,” said CEO Jon Hegranes.
“We believe drone software and tools should be as cool, reliable and innovative as the aircraft we fly. Our launch on the Google Play Store is another big step in fulfilling this vision.”
Kittyhawk is rapidly becoming the standard fleet management choice for all drone pilots, including the estimated 600,000 commercial drones coming online this year alone. New regulations for both hobbyists and commercial operators is making intelligent drone management critical for every flight. With more than 10,000 flights logged to date, Kittyhawk is helping pilots of all skill levels quantify their abilities and maintain their craft more accurately than ever before.
“I’ve been flying things large and small for years and I was thrilled when I found Kittyhawk—in many ways, they are doing for drones what software like Foreflight did for traditional aviation,” said Arlo Watkins, a private pilot and one of the first RPIC Certificate holders in the country. “The Android app makes it even easier to collaborate across all my devices, and is a perfect complement to the iOS and web applications we’ve been using for the last year.”
Kittyhawk is a completely free and unlimited platform for pilots with any fleet size. It also offers premium subscriptions for more serious individuals or organizations that need team features and enterprise-grade service.
Download Kittyhawk for Android for free from the Google Play store: https://play.google.com/store/