Bees360 Launches BeesPilot App to Empower Its Drone Pilot Network for Property Inspections

Bees360 has developed BeesGO and BeesDrone apps for drone flights and exterior and interior image acquisition, respectively

FREMONT, CA: Bees360, the leader of redefining the new industry standards for property claim and underwriting inspections, launched its mobile platform BeesPilot app to deliver an all-in-one solution to increase their drone pilot's operational efficiency in the field.

Bees360 pilots now can utilize the BeesPilot app to fly the drone manually or autonomously to capture roof images, take exterior photos from the ground level utilizing a mobile device's camera and carry out onsite interviews with homeowners while capturing interior photos. All operational activities on the property location can be completed through one single app.

"Our goal is to equip our pilots with an extremely user friendly and powerful tool to increase their efficiency in the field. The higher efficiency they achieve and the greater quality of images they collect, the faster turnaround time and the better quality of inspection reports we can deliver to the Carriers," stated Corey Frederick, the Director of Operations at Bees360. "In the roadmap, BeesPilot will be integrated with third party applications, such as Hover. It will also be compatible with more types of drones such as the Autel EVO II. A series of online training videos and quizzes will be embedded in this app to test and certify our pilots. We believe the mobile internet is the future and BeesPilot will become the "All-In-One" mobile platform for our pilots where they are recruited, vetted, trained, tested, certified, deployed and ranked."

Bees360 has developed BeesGO and BeesDrone apps for drone flights and exterior and interior image acquisition, respectively. BeesPilot app is an upgrade, which not only consolidates BeesGO and BeesDrone but also provides a variety of new features, including online training, route optimization, job assignment notification, onsite support, compatibility with third-party applications, and more types of drones.

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