Hangar Gives Esri UC Attendees Free Trial to OnDemand for Enterprise and Visual Insights


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Hangar Gives Esri UC Attendees Free Trial to OnDemand for Enterprise and Visual Insights

Top-down no longer works. This is the age of autonomous robotics. This is the first time you have complete visibility of your physical ArcGIS features, through time, and across a plethora of sensors. We’re giving GIS professionals a new level of engagement opportunities.

AUSTIN, Texas

Hangar Technology, Inc., the first technology company to bring scalable 4D visual insights to ESRI customers, today announced free trials of their newest solution built on it’s Robotics-as-a-System platform at the 2018 Esri User Conference in San Diego, CA. Hangar was recently accepted into the ESRI Startup Program in January. The partnership between Hangar and ESRI will enable ArcGIS customers to request and receive autonomous, precision captured drone data on-demand from within ArcGIS feature maps, enabling customers to bring vivid situational awareness and insight about locations, features and projects. Stop by booth Z19 in the Startup Zone to learn more and ask to have Hangar start your trial.

“Hangar empowers Esri users to explore any of the thousands of features within ArcGIS maps, observing ground truth at each pin in incredible detail, today and over time,” says Francis Kelly, ESRI, Global Partner Programs Manager. “Hangar adds valuable data validity and scalability to the budding drone industry. We’re excited to work with them to give ESRI users the ability to analyze and consume physical world content in a new and meaningful way.”

Hangar’s mission is to put robotics to work, enabling a new category of autonomous robotics services. For the first time in GIS history, ArcGIS users have the ability to task and receive autonomous, precision captured drone data on-demand, enabling industries to gain real-time awareness about the physical condition of an environment over time.

“As soon as you see visual insights for your features, you’ll immediately recognize the paradigm-shifting opportunity,” said Richard Primeaux, Vice President of Product and Strategy at Hangar. “Before the compass, telescope and sextant, we were content with hand-drawn maps based on rough guesswork. Before GPS and satellites, we were content with mathematical estimations and aerial photography from airplanes. Top-down no longer works. This is the age of autonomous robotics. This is the first time you have complete visibility of your physical ArcGIS features, through time, and across a plethora of sensors. We’re giving GIS professionals a new level of engagement opportunities.”

Stop by booth Z19 to demo Hangar technology and register for your free trial of the Hangar OnDemand platform. The expo will be open beginning Tuesday, July 10th until Thursday, July 12th.

Read previous press release: https://community.esri.com/thread/215451-hangar-joins-esri-startup-program-to-add-task-receive-aerial-insights-to-arcgis

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About Hangar:

Hangar, the world’s first robotics-as-a-system data acquisition platform, exists to serve and nurture an ecosystem of mobile robotics software, hardware, services and data for large enterprises and infrastructure owners. Our partners include hardware manufacturers of aerobotic drones, mobile robots, and sensor platforms; professional service providers including drones-as-a-service providers, robots-as-a-service providers, and data transformation innovators, computer vision, machine learning and analytics software firms. This Hangar powered ecosystem shares a strong belief and desire to bring 4D Visual Insight to provide improved efficiency, safety, innovation and digital transformation and empowerment to our collective customers and their industries. For additional information, please visit http://www.hangar.com.

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