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The 4D method for a successful drone program

Implementing a drone program can be complicated, even if you have plenty of resources at your disposal. There are many physical and conceptual pieces to keep track of drone hardware and software, payload equipment, responsibilities across departments and teams, ever-changing regulations, and benchmarks to show whether your program has been successful or not. If you’ve implemented a program and it isn’t functioning as you’d hoped, or you’re trying to create a program but aren’t sure where to start, Mirragin can help. We specialise in drone consulting and UAV program development. We’ve honed our method and processes and we work with organisations such as the Australian Defence Force. Our expertise has helped organisations of all sizes find success with tailored drone programs. The 4D method for a successful drone program Each solution that we design for our clients is unique, but they do follow a specific methodology for success: Define – […]

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4 businesses in Australia’s drone ecosystem having a positive impact

Australia’s drone ecosystem is constantly growing and changing. Our ecosystem – which is comprised of different companies and organisations that each have separate functions – is one of the most robust and innovative on the planet. Here, we’ll highlight a handful of the organisations that are making a positive difference in the world with drones.  Drones for good: 4 companies having an impact in the drone ecosystem 1. Ascent Vision Technologies (AVT)  Ascent Vision Technologies (AVT) is a large aerial imaging company with headquarters in Australia and the United States. Its cutting-edge technology is used in military applications, maritime surveys and aerial-imaging operations. The company even develops surveillance tools for large event venues and personal security. AVT has development and systems integration departments that focus specifically on building and streamlining proprietary drone software.  2. Mira Robotics  Mira Robotics is an autonomous aerial delivery startup in the drone ecosystem that’s currently developing […]

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Why it’s time to implement a drone program in your organisation

Drones are growing in popularity and capability, and within the industry we’re constantly hearing announcements about exciting new features and applications of drone technology. In fact, drones are the way of the future: Goldman Sachs predicts that the drone industry will be worth $100 billion+ by 2020. Unmanned air vehicles (UAVs) were once reserved for specialised operations, like police work, military operations or aerial photography jobs, and while they are used extensively in those fields, opportunities abound for using drone technology in other industries too. And it’s very exciting. Drone technology is crossing industry lines Creative uses for drones are cropping up in industries like agriculture, law enforcement and emergency management, and UAVs are quickly becoming staple tools for photography, mapping and imagery. There are hundreds of ways that drones are being used for good in the world, and your industry might be next in line for a total transformation […]

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