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GreenSight Announces Equal Distribution Partnership with the Soil Scout Company

GreenSight Announces Equal Distribution Partnership with the Soil Scout Company

European-born, Soil Condition Sensor Innovator Partners with the Leader in Autonomous Aerial Intelligence to Deliver Ingenious Technology to Golf Courses, Sports Facilities, Schools, and More Boston, Massachusetts – GreenSight, the leading provider of autonomous aerial intelligence has announced a distribution partnership with the Soil Scout Company. With this partnership, the Soil Scout Company will serve […]
Midterms are here!

Midterms are here!

Wait, what?! Midterms? Isn’t that something I dealt with in school? Technically, yes. But, even in the professional environment, the anxious feeling of taking midterms occurs. It’s right around this time every year, regardless of your location. Maybe your weather has been completely unbearable and as a result, disease or pests have riddled your property. But, unpredictably you relied on that rainstorm to pass through because your pump station couldn’t maintain pressure overnight. Or maybe you wanted to add that extra protectant to your tank mix but didn’t quite have it in the budget. Perhaps your staff has been somewhat
GreenSight Celebrates Five Thousand Automated Flights!

GreenSight Celebrates Five Thousand Automated Flights!

As a drone flight took off quietly and without fanfare over Manito Golf & Country Club in Spokane, WA last week, those of us here at GreenSight headquarters in Boston were high-fiving and whooping it up. Why? Well, it’s not every day that we get to celebrate company milestones, and the Manito drone flight marked GreenSight’s five thousandth flight since the company’s inception in 2015.
An Agronomy Drone With a Mind of Its Own

An Agronomy Drone With a Mind of Its Own

Drones have become common in industries that need to cover a lot of ground like film productions, fossil fuel extraction, archaeological digs, military surveillance, forestry, and agriculture. The field of agronomy has been particularly aided by drones when it comes to studying plant health and management. Drones can capture and analyze small details on individual plants from over a hundred meters high. Farmers are starting to line up for this new technology.
Trend: Drones Give Golf Courses An Eye In The Sky

Trend: Drones Give Golf Courses An Eye In The Sky

Most every weekday, just before noon, Kevin Hauschel carries his drone to its designated launch site, attaches its propellers and sends an all-systems-go text to a pilot more than 2,500 miles away. Promptly, the drone launches and begins its GPS-programmed, 20-minute flight across Meadow Club’s 18-hole golf course in Fairfax, Calif. It’s a routine that might, for some, get tedious. But Hauschel, golf course superintendent at the San Francisco-area club, watches in wonder. Every time his drone takes wing, he sees something most other superintendents cannot: the future.