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Automatic cross-platform support means your app is available to thousands of drone operators, across more than 160 countries.
Your apps will be put to work by the companies around the world—so you can reap rewards with straightforward revenue share.
Simple APIs integrate your app or service with the DroneDeploy platform and discovered in the world’s largest drone app market.
DroneDeploy is the world’s largest commercial drone mapping platform, powering tens of thousands of users across 150 countries to fly, process, and analyze data from nearly any industry. Developers use DroneDeploy’s platform to connect their apps or services to DroneDeploy by building integrations based on our APIs.
Apps are discovered by DroneDeploy users inside the App Market. Once a user installs an app, it is available to them within their DroneDeploy UI, on any device.
The development process is easy. DroneDeploy’s set of easy-to-use API calls lets us access and augment user’s data within DroneDeploy. The App Market brought us more users than we expected.
Robert Kozikowski, CEO of TensorFlight
Check out these app examples from App Market developers who have built apps on DroneDeploy. EZRoof uses computer vision and the Export API to generate automated roof reports for the insurance industry.
SLANTRANGE built an app that integrates their unique multispectral camera sensor with DroneDeploy. The Aglytix Stand Analysis app connects their AI algorithms to DroneDeploy and automatically count plants from drone data. And Airmap analyzes a user’s flight plan to tell them if it’s safe to fly or not.
Use EZRoof reports to view roof condition and generate measurements for creating precise estimates to repair or modify roofs.
Download field boundaries from flight plans & import directly into SLANTRANGE analytics software for automatic cropping of maps.
AirMap brings real-time airspace awareness to DroneDeploy, allowing operators to check for nearby advisories.
Determine the number of lost plants in a field, as well as the economic impact and the field’s potential yield at harvest.