Day: 9 March 2020

Drone being used on farmland showing how the commercial drone industry is changing agricultural practices

The Commercial Drone Industry – a dive into Agriculture

The commercial drone industry is becoming more and more a part of life for so many businesses. To quote a Techcrunch article to illustrate the point – “The FAA has been registering drones for less than four years and already there are four times as many drones — 1.5 million — on the books as manned …

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Android version of pay per fly app

Precision Autonomy announces pay.per.fly app, the Android Version

Precision Autonomy is proud to announce the release of an Android version of pay.per.fly, our enterprise insurance and fleet management mobile application. The App The launching of our Android application is a big step forward for our company, as it not only expands our offering to be compatible with more devices, but also coincides with …

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Simon Hooper AAUS

Precision Autonomy’s Simon Hooper re-elected to AAUS Board

Over the past few days it’s been announced that our Head of Underwriting, Simon Hooper, has been re-elected to the Board of the AAUS for a third term. Simon was elected onto the board of directors in 2015, bringing his almost decade experience in Aviation & Drone Insurance underwriting to promote risk management in the …

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Drone operating around bushfires

Operating Drones around Bushfires – Risks and Recommendations

The first month of 2020 has seen South East Australia hit with one of the worst bushfire seasons on record. Fires have devastated areas of South Australia, Victoria, the ACT, and New South Wales. Drones have helped with the recovery effort, with companies, emergency services and government organisations such as AUAV, Little Ripper, Team Rubicon, the Rural Fire Service & Air Assess responding …

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Drone flying safely

Case Study: In-Flight Breakup from Nine Storeys Up

This case study is pulled from the ATSB Website. Precision Autonomy was not involved in this operation in any way, including as an insurance underwriter. This is a hypothetical analysis of the situation, with additional information added in, and is intended for educational use only. When managing risk, it important to both look to the past …

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