Flying Drones May Emerge As Integral Farming Tool

Island Aerial Imagery, located in Prince Edward Island, Canada, is illustrating the unique ways in which drones can aid farmers. By using our modified Iris+ Precision Mapping Package, Island Aerial Imagery has been able to reduce the amount of chemicals needed on their crops by using images collected with their UAV to target only infected areas. You can view the entire article here.

Preserving the Endangered Spider Monkey in Ecuador through UAV Forest Monitoring

Recently, we discovered that the Ecuadorian organization Drone & GIS has been using our E384 fixed-wing drone for quite the unique and amazing application; saving the spider monkeys. The Brown-headed Spider Monkeys are a critically endangered species, and efforts for their preservation and well-being have been ongoing. By flying our E384 over an area of the forest of about 1200 hectares, Drone & GIS  was able to quickly and efficiently discover which areas of the forest are habitable for the continued well-being of the spider monkey. You can view the full article here.

Local lessons from the Innovation Economy: Tech Czar Talk

Event 38 was recently featured in an article by Michael C. DeAloia, offering some insight into our company and what our drones can provide for the consumer. You can read the full article here.

Drones are coming to your neighborhood

We were recently mentioned in an article featured on Cleveland.com, written by Stephen Koff, that illustrates how drones are being used and how common they will be in the near future. You can read the full article here.

Former SpaceX engineer Jeff Taylor navigates regulations, fast growth at Event 38

Recently, Adam Burroughs of Smart Business conducted an interview with Event 38 CEO Jeffrey Taylor. In it, Jeff provides some insight into the business side of Event 38 and the strategy that we have used to grow. You can read the full article here.