A lot of news out there about our collaboration with Farmers Edge. Ask us what services we're offering. http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-07-28/drones-zero-in-on-wheat-canola-crops-in-canada-to-boost-yields

A lot of news out there about our collaboration with Farmers Edge.

Ask us what services we’re offering.

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Drones Zero In on Wheat, Canola Crops in Canada to Boost Yields

Wheat and canola crops in western Canada are getting ready for a close-up. …read more

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Photo - Lucas Doyle, a cloud and UI software engineer at Airware, draws from his engineering background to solve complex and challenging problems for our customers. “Have you ever tried to take a 30-gigabyte point cloud and try to process it on your computer?

Lucas Doyle, a cloud and UI software engineer at Airware, draws from his engineering background to solve complex and challenging problems for our customers.

“Have you ever tried to take a 30-gigabyte point cloud and try to process it on your computer? Your computer doesn’t have that much RAM,” Lucas …read more

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“Have you ever tried to take a 30-gigabyte point cloud and try to process it on your computer? Your computer doesn’t have that much RAM,” Lucas said, referring to a past project of his.

Lucas applies web technologies to the Airware platform to process data for the end user. He isn’t an aerospace engineer and doesn’t directly work with the aircraft. Instead, he uses his extensive programming knowledge to create interfaces for the user so they can get valuable insight from the massive amounts of data collected by commercial drones.

“Airware needs people that span the full stack to solve an endless supply of interesting technical problems,” Lucas said. “Diversity here is important, not just because we want it, but because we need it.”

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Photo - When Kate moved from New York City to San Francisco, she wanted to find an accounting position in the startup world. Kate previously worked in an accounting department of 50 employees, so she welcomed a change of pace. Kate began interviewing with Airware and met with many of her future co-workers, from integration engineers to software developers to sales and marketing. This cross-department involvement in the interview process immediately excited Kate.“Accounting is the same everywhere, but being able to work with a cutting-edge product makes it really exciting,” she said.Kate joined the team and hit the ground running, gathering Airware’s financial data and building an accounting system from the ground up. This wasn’t just routine processing work. Kate immediately began providing significant contributions to a foundation for the company. “It was a lot of work learning about a new company and a brand new industry, but it was a great learning experience,” she said.Throughout the process of developing the accounting system, Kate never felt disconnected from the rest of the company. “When I joined Airware, my role was very different from others on the team,” she said. “But I always feel welcome and included around the office, even at a hardware hackathon.” Want to hear about Kate’s favorite moment at Airware?

When Kate moved from New York City to San Francisco, she wanted to find an accounting position in the startup world. Kate previously worked in an accounting department of 50 employees, so she welcomed a change of pace.

Kate began interviewing with Airware and met with many of her future …read more

Source:: <a href=https://www.facebook.com/AirwareUAS/photos/a.521952734508991.1073741826.213102252060709/1042831642421095/?type=3 target="_blank" title="Photo – When Kate moved from New York City to San Francisco, she wanted to find an accounting position in the startup world. Kate previously worked in an accounting department of 50 employees, so she welcomed a change of pace.

Kate began interviewing with Airware and met with many of her future co-workers, from integration engineers to software developers to sales and marketing. This cross-department involvement in the interview process immediately excited Kate.

“Accounting is the same everywhere, but being able to work with a cutting-edge product makes it really exciting,” she said.

Kate joined the team and hit the ground running, gathering Airware’s financial data and building an accounting system from the ground up. This wasn’t just routine processing work. Kate immediately began providing significant contributions to a foundation for the company.

“It was a lot of work learning about a new company and a brand new industry, but it was a great learning experience,” she said.

Throughout the process of developing the accounting system, Kate never felt disconnected from the rest of the company.

“When I joined Airware, my role was very different from others on the team,” she said. “But I always feel welcome and included around the office, even at a hardware hackathon.”

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