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Propeller Aero announces funding round with Sequoia China, Costanoa Ventures, Accel...

Propeller Aero, a cloud-based analytics company that visualizes drone survey data to help heavy civil construction and resources operations measure and manage their worksites themselves, announced today a new...

Propeller Aero hiring – Sales Executives

Propeller Aero is hiring talented Sales Executives to accelerate our penetration of civil industry. As one member of a small and talented sales team, you will bring Propeller Aero’s...
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Delta Drone signs a distribution agreement with Propeller Aerobotics

Delta Drone and Propeller Aerobotics have signed an international distribution agreement aiming to develop the connected target market designed and manufactured by the Australian company. As part of this agreement,...

Investigating the geometric accuracy of Propeller AeroPoints and Propeller cloud processing

Report compiled by Luke Wijnberg and Jonathan Swart from 3DroneMapping 14 June 2017 The Propeller AeroPoint is a smart ground control point (GCP) which aims to make the gathering of accurate...

First official public service emergency flight for DJI Mavic?

Mavic reconnaissance, shallow graves, farm drone fails, model aircraft or drone, airspace maps, patent laws and drones, Part 107 waivers and drone data aggregators. Just some of the topics...

As the skies open up to drones, Aussie start-up partners with...

CASA (The Civil Aviation Safety Authority) has made changes to Australian law that come into effect tomorrow (Sep 29 2016) which will allow people to fly drones in most...

Propeller Aero launches AeroPoints: game-changing new hardware for accurate drone surveying

World’s first smart ground control points make survey-grade accuracy simple Sydney, Australia  - Australian technology company Propeller Aero has announced the launch of AeroPoints: smart ground control points that make...

Delivering drone inspections to the insurance industry

Understanding the full extent of damage to infrastructure after incident like a storm or fire is a hugely important — and valuable — service. So how would you go about it? You could send some...