Measure Expands Drone Services

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Both options relieve news crews and production managers of drone-related responsibilities ranging from hardware and software selection to airspace permitting, regulatory compliance, insurance coverage, equipment maintenance and repairs, and everyday troubleshooting. The value of the service is reflected in the adoption of Measure’s turnkey service by major cable and broadcast news organizations since its launch more than a year ago, providing broadcast-quality aerial footage of Hurricane Matthew, the 2016 presidential election and other major news events around the world.

“Drones are now an essential newsgathering tool, but media companies face major challenges in bringing drone newscasting to their operations. You need to be an expert in everything from drone flying to state and federal regulations,” said Jon Ollwerther, Measure Vice President of Media, who has held executive positions in the drone services industry since its inception three years ago. “With our turnkey service, any news organization can be up and flying today. Now with our toolkit, media organizations can leverage drone technology for reporting purposes while using their own news crew and safely building an in-house capability.”


Measure’s unique broadcast news toolkit is part of a broader expansion that also includes the launch of new services for the solar energy industry. The toolkit extends these benefits to media organizations that want to fly drones with their own staff. The package bundles:

  • Broadcast-Ready Drone and Camera Hardware
  • A LiveU Bonded Cellular Uplink
  • Pilot Training Program
  • Pilot, Flight Operations, and Equipment Tracking
  • Maintenance and Repair
  • Preferred Insurance
  • Regulatory Support
  • Help Desk Assistance 


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