Hysight Technologies was recently granted their 333 exemption that will help stimulate drone utilization in Ohio. This is a first in the state, and Hysight is excited to start a variety of inspections from power lines to roof lines to farms. The company was started by two law enforcement officers who are also trained pilots.
“It shouldn’t be a surprise to look up soon and see HYSight drones inspecting your power lines or the roofing job next door,” says John Bartolucci, partner and co-owner of HYSight with Ryan Anschutz.
The company, created by active law enforcement officers who are also trained pilots, has found early success in retail sales and by equipping thermal imaging devices to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and unmanned aircraft systems (UAS).
But now, the future of HYSight drones is in almost limitless industrial uses and aerial data collection services. The breadth of the FAA exemption clears HYSight for public safety support operations immediately and expands its commercial offerings, a first of its kind in the Ohio area for a broad exemption of flight operations.