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Red Mountain Scientific’s Artificial Intelligence and Wind Blade Defect Detection

Red Mountain Scientific provides innovative strategies for wind turbine inspection through the use of drone inspection and artificial intelligence. Artificial Intelligence (AI) refers to a computer’s ability to perform tasks that have traditionally required human intelligence, such as visual perception and decision making. It sounds futuristic, but it is already being used all around us in many exciting ways. Read more

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Red Mountain Scientific is Aligned with the Telecommunications Industry

At Red Mountain Scientific, we put a lot of time and thought into the industries we pursue for our drone inspection services. The area we are most excited about, and choose to focus on, is a sector we call High Infrastructure. Read more

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Red Mountain Scientific Named 3rd in LaunchNo.CO Pitch Competition

Fort Collins, CO — Red Mountain Scientific participated in the recent LaunchNo.CO’s PitchNo.CO pitch competition and finished in third place. LaunchNo.CO is a nonprofit dedicated to advancing and supporting entrepreneurship and small business in Northern Colorado. The event was held in conjunction with Fort Collins Startup Week.

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OUR TEAM MAKES US WHO WE ARE… MEET NICK!

Nick Fuller is Red Mountain Scientific’s Lead Developer. He has been an integral part of the Red Mountain team since the beginning. An emerging software developer, he excels at finding solutions and putting them to use in software. He has coding experience in a variety of languages including C++, MySQL, Java, VB.net, and Python. On top of that, he is also a skilled pilot who helped design both of Red Mountain Scientific’s autopilot apps, assists with our AI platform, and manages our work with the Colorado State University team – all while constantly endeavoring to improve Red Mountain Scientific’s flight missions and operations for better efficiency and quality.

We asked Nick a few questions to help you get to know him better. Here’s what he had to say:  Read more

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Wireless Industry: Red Mountain Scientific Is Your Asset Inspection Partner

Over the years, the wireless industry has been one of constant innovation and increasing competition. Operating efficiently has become even more critical to the success of your business. Cell tower, radio tower, and broadcast tower inspections can be quite the undertaking. Our mission is to make these projects faster, safer, more informative, and more cost-effective through drone inspection. To do so, we believe there are three key components (the “Three Ts”): Read more

RED MOUNTAIN SCIENTIFIC’S AUTOPILOT TECHNOLOGY

The key to the success of any drone inspection is the quality of the photography collected from the mission. There are two components to getting this quality; one is the use of high-quality cameras and the other is flying consistent and reproducible missions. This article will focus on the latter and how Red Mountain Scientific flies its missions. Read more

ABOUT RED MOUNTAIN SCIENTIFIC: HOW WE GOT STARTED

Red Mountain Scientific is revolutionizing the cell tower inspection, wind turbine inspection, and radio tower inspection industries through the use of drone technology. The Fort Collins, Colorado company arose from the desire to solve business and technological challenges present in industries requiring manual climbing and rappelling of assets to perform structural inspections. Read more

RED MOUNTAIN SCIENTIFIC ON INSIDE TOWERS – STARTUP LEVERAGES SCIENCE AND CREATIVITY TO SOLVE TOWER SAFETY ISSUES

Red Mountain Scientific was featured on Inside Towers’ new company profiles!

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SITE SAFETY – BROUGHT TO YOU BY: DRONES

CCA 2017 provided unique insights and updates from a diverse group of leaders in the telecom, government, and technology industries. We heard from top industry executives, innovative start-ups, and even FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr.

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