San Francisco, CA May 23, 2016
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Internet and telephone connectivity has become a requirement of modern life. The United Nations has even ruled Internet access a human right. Businesses and communities run on the assumption that when you pick up the phone or turn on a computer, it will be immediately connected. But that connectivity has to be delivered by someone.

Telecom companies build and maintain the systems that enable this connectivity. To provide that uninterrupted signal, they must conduct consistent maintenance of cell phone towers and supporting infrastructure, catching problems before they result in dropped calls, Internet outages or extended blackouts.

Now this maintenance is easier, safer and cheaper. Using commercial drones, telecom companies are conducting comprehensive, repeatable, autonomous inspections and collecting imagery of equipment that can be difficult to access.

Watch how Airware’s solution for autonomous aerial inspections of cell towers helps telecom companies keep us connected.

Airware

Airware provides secure and scalable solutions that enable enterprises to digitize their business and turn aerial data into actionable business intelligence. World-class enterprises look to Airware to improve productivity, operational efficiency, and worker safety. Airware is backed by leading venture capital investors including Andreessen Horowitz, Kleiner Perkins Caufield and Byers, and NextWorld Capital, with strategic investments from enterprise customers and partners including Caterpillar Ventures, GE Ventures, Google Ventures, and Intel Capital. Airware’s Americas headquarters are located in San Francisco, with its EMEA headquarters in Paris and its APAC headquarters in Tokyo. For more information, go to Airware.com or follow Airware on Twitter: @Airware.

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