AgEagle Aerial Systems, Inc. a Kansas-based advanced drone enabled data analytics solutions provider for the sustainable agriculture and precision farming markets, in a recent press release statement on Monday, Mar. 25th 2019, introduced the ParkView platform, AgEagle’s proprietary aerial imagery and data analytics solution designed with the sole purpose of assessing and supporting sustainability initiatives involving municipal, state and federal public parks and recreation areas.
Moreover, the company also disclosed that the Denver Parks and Recreation (DPR) in Denver, Colorado, which has already signed them, will be ParkView’s first formal customers. The ParkView platform, by leveraging the capabilities of AgEagle’s FarmLens™ platform, will be empowering DPR to utilize aerial imagery and sensor data to make an informed decision for better vegetative maintenance and care along with natural resource preservation for the park’s green infrastructure, comprising a huge over 6,000 acres of green belt within the city limits.
“In light of AgEagle’s mission to identify new industry verticals to penetrate with our leading-edge aerial imagery analytics technologies, it was a logical fit to adapt and rebrand our powerful FarmLens platform to proactively support the sustainability of urban parks and public recreation spaces,” stated Barrett Mooney, AgEagle’s Chief Executive Officer. “We are pleased to be teaming with DPR and look forward to working with its managers to achieve their underpinning sustainability objectives.”
Demian Wetzel, Water Conservation Administrator at DPR, said, “The city of Denver continues to earn national distinction for our efforts in meeting and exceeding the highest possible standards for environmental-friendly and sound ecological management of our beautiful parks and recreation spaces. We are very proud that our sustainability initiatives demonstrate how large metropolitan cities can best leverage technology to responsibly create, protect and nurture green spaces that contribute to the health of the planet while bringing enjoyment to city visitors and dwellers, alike.”