Delair Introduces an Unlimited Plan to Provide Flexible Access to Cloud-Based Drone Photogrammetry and Data Management

Plan offers unlimited use of the cloud platform for maps and 3D models, collaboration, data storage, photogrammetry, and manual analysis at a fixed low monthly rate.

Delair.photogrammetryimageToulouse, France – September 17, 2019 –  Delair, a leading provider of visual data management solutions for enterprises, today announced its unlimited photogrammetry plan, available through its cloud-based visual intelligence platform. The flexible plan offers a fixed-monthly subscription fee to access to create digital maps and models, while managing the data on a secure and scalable cloud architecture which supports additional functionalities such as data sharing, advanced analytics, annotations, and more. The plan puts no limits on the number of users or volume of data processed on the platform, providing a cost-effective and predictable model for users to collaborate and share data from anywhere and at any time, without the cost and complexity of licenses and access fees, extra computer equipment, and data storage.

The unlimited plan is available to users of the Delair UX11 fixed-wing drone as well as the DJI Phantom 4 and the DJI Mavic Pro quadcopters. It supports a seamless workflow from data acquisition to processing, and is built on the powerful platform which provides access to advanced industry-specific analytics tools.

“Today’s drones are capable of capturing very large volumes of highly detailed data and images, which presents challenges both in terms of data management as well as storage. The visual intelligence suite allows users to easily create and interact with the digital twins of assets and derive meaningful insights from the images collected. This plan gives companies worry-free and simplified access to critical processing tools without significant upfront costs, allowing for cost savings on user licenses or potentially additional servers. The monthly subscription is a predictable operating expense that simplifies the cost and accounting involved, while still providing as much processing capacity as users need,” said Chase Fly, Geospatial Product Manager at Delair.

The photogrammetry suite includes engines from both Pix4D and Agisoft, offering a flexible and efficient way to create professional quality map products from images and visual data captured from drones. Users can upload geotagged images directly from the drone, tag ground control points, and adjust and stitch photos to create a wide range of photogrammetry deliverables. Specific capabilities include the ability to generate highly detailed maps and accurate measurements from visualization tools for orthophotos, digital surface models, 3D point clouds and 3D mesh, slope maps and change maps, and digital surface model contours. In addition to the core platform included in the unlimited plan, offers a library of AI-based advanced analytics on a pay-per-use basis.

The unlimited program is effective immediately. For more information on, view our website here.

Delair will be displaying it integrated solutions at the 2019 INTERGEO  September 17-19 in Stuttgart, Germany – Booth #A3.062.

About Delair
Delair is a leading provider of end-to-end, visual intelligence solutions that enable enterprises to capture, manage and analyze their assets and turn the collected data into valuable business insights. The company’s offerings combine high performance UAV hardware with, the industry’s most robust platform to power your entire visual intelligence workflow, from data management to advanced analytics. Its solutions are sold in over 70 countries with a network of more than 100 resellers in industries such as mining, construction, agriculture, oil and gas, utilities and transportation. Delair has strengthened its position as a global leader through strategic acquisitions (Gatewing, Airware/Redbird), and a strategic investment by Intel Corporation. Founded in 2011 by experts in the aerospace industry, the company employs 180 people and has offices in Toulouse, Paris, Los Angeles and Singapore. For more information, go to