Koch Engineered Solutions (KES), a subsidiary of Koch Industries, says it’s going to urge its customers to use drone-in-a-box solutions at their industrial facilities for emissions monitoring and reduction.

The development stems from the company’s own use of drone-in-a-box technology at Koch Fertilizer in Enid, Oklahoma. It appears that the usage of autonomous drones and AI-driven software at the site has turned out to be so promising that KES has now decided to collaborate with solution provider Percepto and get the technology into the hands of more people.

“Percepto’s technology has helped Koch company employees better assess risk, improve safety, reduce costs and truly transform their roles,” assures Tom Concienne, president of Koch Specialty Plant Services (KSPS), a KES subsidiary.

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Source: dronedj.com