More Cloud Based Drone Management Software

2017-05-05

More Cloud Based Drone Management Software
HAZON Solutions, a provider of drone inspection services, has announced the launch of the HAZON Drone Management System (HAZON DMS). HAZON DMS is a secure, web-based management tool providing every drone operator, whether a hobbyist with a single drone or a large corporation with hundreds of drones, a way to safely and efficiently track and manage their drone fleet, pilots and workflow.

“HAZON DMS is the first software designed by professional drone pilots, for professional drone pilots,” says HAZON Director of Drone Capability Development Ed Hine. We designed it to be a robust, yet simple to use management tool that can handle all of our safety, maintenance, operational and pilot management requirements with one efficient application.

Some of the HAZON DMS features include remote pilot (RP) logbooks, RP qualifications tracking, asset tracking, client management, proactive safety and maintenance tracking and reporting, and workflow management. HAZON DMS is offered as software as a service through the freemium model for individual users.

At HAZON, we believe it is important to actively promote the safe and responsible use of drones throughout the entire drone industry, so we offer a free subscription to everyone, said HAZON COO and Co-Founder Sean Cushing. Startup drone businesses now have the ability to utilize this very powerful tool early in their life cycle. This will allow them to focus on operating drones safely and with professional processes in place from day one.

HAZON DMS is a cloud-based service offered at three levels. The Remote Pilot level is free to individual users with up to two drones. The Drone Team level is for multi-person, multi-drone operations available on a per-user, per-month fee schedule. The Enterprise Systems level is designed for larger organizations, municipalities or universities with organic drone operations that require features like customized branding, alternative licensing and hosting options, dedicated 24/7 customer support, optional custom analytics and multi-tiered administrators.

Even though it is already the most capable management software for the drone industry, we are quickly working to deploy the next set of advanced features, said Hine. One of the things that makes HAZON DMS so unique and powerful is that in order to support our customers’ needs and adapt to the rapid changes in our industry, we will update the tool with speed and purpose.

HAZON DMS has recently completed beta testing with a wide range of drone operations including HAZON Solutions, the York County Fire Department, Aerial Works and Liberty University.



Category:  UAV


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