November 07, 2017
Score 10 out of 10
The company that I work for, Atlas Sand and Rock, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Eucon Corporation. I manage the use of the Kespry drone throughout the entire corporation for stockpile volume measurements, raw material volume measurements, and inventory tracking. Kespry allows us to obtain near-real time inventory measurements that would have taken days to obtain with previous methods.
- Kespry has unmatched customer service. The Customer Success Team works from a deep knowledge base and always has a solution to keep me moving forward in my workflow.
- Kespry has done a great job of simplifying the entire data capture process. The system ships with everything that you need to get started, it has an intuitive interface, and provides detailed data that the layman can understand and use.
- Kespry is constantly innovating and adding new and useful features. They really listen to what the customer wants.
- Our company would like to see more data entry fields in the inventory management area. It would be useful to see information such as material cost and retail price. We have mentioned this and I understand that it is being addressed.
- I would like to see faster data transfer from the drone to the iPad. When a mission is completed, I like to make sure that the data is completely transferred from the drone before I leave the site.
- A vehicle cigarette lighter powered battery charger would come in extremely handy for missions that use multiple batteries, or for times when there is no power present for recharging the drone batteries.
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Kespry excels at quickly providing accurate stockpile measurement data. It is great for doing inventory spot-checks in order to avoid over-producing a material that is expensive to make, or to avoid over committing an existing stockpile. Though Kespry can produce photo realistic 3D models of aggregate piles and terrain, it isn't really made to capture the same level of detail of structures or vegetation.