Getting Your Remote Pilot in Command Certification the Easy Way!

Getting Your Remote Pilot in Command Certification the Easy Way!

‍Recently I committed to take the FAA Part 107 Remote Pilot in Command test and passed with 80%. I wanted to get a better feeling for what it took to study, schedule and pass the exam so I’d have a better understanding of what you have already done or will be doing in the near future. Plus I felt really guilty not being able to handle the exact thing that I provide to golf courses across the country, like a car salesman that can’t drive the cars he or she is selling. I wanted to “put myself in your shoes”
GreenSight headed to JIFX 19-3 for fully automated drone security solution experiment

GreenSight headed to JIFX 19-3 for fully automated drone security solution experiment

Next week, GreenSight will be sending a team of engineers to JIFX 19-3, a tactical field experiment event, to evaluate the utility of our fully automated security solution. Our experiment focuses on how unattended drones flying continuously over an area, can be used to detect and monitor changes in the environment such as disturbed soil, vehicle movement and personnel movement. We’ll be leveraging all our drone and machine learning technology to pull it off, gathering valuable feedback from the user community and a rich dataset we can use to hone our analytics and alerts.
GreenSight Presents Vision for Ag4.0 and Wins First Place at the Venture Forum 5-Minute-Pitch!

GreenSight Presents Vision for Ag4.0 and Wins First Place at the Venture Forum 5-Minute-Pitch!

GreenSight was selected as the top pitch at the Venture Forum’s 13th annual 5-Minute-Pitch contest at Worcester Polytechnic Institute! Over 50 companies applied and GreenSight beat out 8 other finalists in the live pitch event to win the “big check”. Pitching at the event was GreenSight’s VP of Advanced Communications, Panos Lekkas.
Announcing the Dreamer Drone with 60 Minutes of Usable Flight Time

Announcing the Dreamer Drone with 60 Minutes of Usable Flight Time

Here at GreenSight, we don’t announce concepts, we announce real products. This week we’re proud to announce our Dreamer drone with the longest flight time in its class. It has been in development now for over a year and flying at customer sites all over the US and Canada now for over 6 months. A beautiful blend of endurance, stability, reliability, and safety. We’ve already logged over 700 flights and 350 hours in the air.
GreenSight Showing Off TurfCloud at New England Regional Turf Foundation Annual Conference 2019

GreenSight Showing Off TurfCloud at New England Regional Turf Foundation Annual Conference 2019

The TurfCloud team had the pleasure of attending the 22nd Annual NERTF Conference and Show held in Providence Rhode Island on March 5-7. This was the second year that TurfCloud had a huge presence on the trade shade floor in booth number 939. A 400 square foot space that was filled with friends, customers and a whole bunch of intrigued local Superintendents. The trade show has been around for 22 years which started in Boston but has been held in Providence for the last 20 years. Providence’s location in the New England area and home town feel it has become
GreenSight Agronomics Granted FAA Waiver For Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) Drone Operations

GreenSight Agronomics Granted FAA Waiver For Beyond Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) Drone Operations

BOSTON, MA, January 19th, 2017 – GreenSight Agronomics, a drone services, and agricultural intelligence provider, has secured a waiver from the Federal Aviation Administration to operate its drone system beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS). BVLOS operations allow GreenSight to control its drone systems stationed anywhere in the world remotely from its Boston command center. While this waiver still requires a local visual observer, it is an important first step toward unattended operations.
Greensight Agronomics Named Winner of Startup Arlington Competition

Greensight Agronomics Named Winner of Startup Arlington Competition

Boston-based GreenSight Agronomics is the winner of this year’s Startup Arlington competition, selected from 129 applicants hailing from 18 different states and six sites abroad. “GreenSight is exactly the type of technology company that can truly succeed here in Arlington,” said Christina Winn, Arlington Economic Development’s director of business investment. “GreenSight’s ability to easily connect with Federal agencies and other top research institutions, many of which are already working with the company, will really position the company to be able to grow and succeed quickly. It’s the ideal company to be selected as the Startup Arlington winner.”