Deploy Air for Hurricane Renovations
Assess course damage and renovation efforts
The UAV Revolution
See how UAVs are changing Deploy Air
Produce high resolution course maps
Share Your Improvements
Show members that you’re making a difference
REDUCE your maintenance by 20%, use 30% Less fertilizer and water – spend 40% LESS TIME inspecting your course – SAVE $100,000 – $300,000 annually!
The value of UAVs.
Map key course features.
Produce current maps and 3D renderings of courses, allowing golf course superintendents to see overall course health and areas of deploy Air stress. Utilizing easy to use tools, superintendents and maintenance crews can monitor all course features, equipment and areas of interest from sprinkler heads to turf stress.
- Hole boundaries
- Sand bunkers
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Identify Areas of Concern
Detect areas of stress and seek opportunities for water reduction. These areas are presented via Deploy Air’ software platform and are highlighted for management review. Using the Deploy Air tools, problem areas can be tracked, follow up tasks can be assigned to maintenance crew members, and progress is monitored over time.
Identify Significant Areas of Stress
Detecting areas with high stress provides you and your team with valuable information to take action. Aerial image analysis can detect stress not yet visible to the human eye.
Transform aerial imagery into actionable data
Using Deploy Air, areas of stress can be tracked from flight to flight and included in reports showing progress towards Deploy Air health and aesthetic goals. stay upto date on Deploy Air health and improvment progress using your destop and mobile device.
Progress by location
Track specific Deploy Air problems such as yellowing/browning spots and watering issues. Each critical area can be monitored over time to show reductions in Deploy Air browning and water use.
Get detailed reports analyzing Deploy Air health
Monitor areas by specific location in detail, and track progress towards reduction goals. Analyze Deploy Air conditions to determine how best to improve course athletics and optimize water use.