The Drone Trainer Podcast 043 – Drone Augmented Reality
Welcome to episode 43 of The Drone Trainer Podcast! This week I chat with Chris Brisendine who has created an augmented reality solution for drones. I won’t go into too much detail about it as I want you to hear all the tech and applications right from the horse’s mouth! Check this episode out and subscribe on iTunes or Google Play so that you don’t miss this or any of the future podcast episodes!
Chris Brisendine has developed an augmented reality solution for drones, that he envisions will be used heavily in public safety response. He has a connection with emergency management in Paris Tennessee, which has allowed him to access useful data to utilize in his app. There is 911 information, home values, colour of houses, and more, but the real value comes in his ability to create overlays. Roads, dropping pins, and damage assessments can be done in real time using Chris’ augmented reality solution.
Chris is a one man show right now, and is looking for some funding to assist in development and getting this software out there to the masses. He’s in touch with a few venture capitalists, but hasn’t signed anything yet so if you have some cash and want to get in at the ground level, this could be an awesome opportunity for you. ** Just in case you’re wondering, I don’t have anything to do with Chris’ company. I just think he’s on to something awesome and wanted to help get it in front of more eyes and ears. **
I’m going to save all of the tech details for Chris to discuss during the show, so listen and subscribe now in Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. If you want to get in touch with Chris, just hit him up on LinkedIn and he’ll be happy to discuss his AR development.
I hope you enjoyed this episode featuring Chris Brisendine from Tennessee! Once you’ve had a listen, feel free to leave a comment below so that Chris and I can hear what you think!
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- LinkedIn: Chris Brisendine
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