How We Help

GPU Accelerated Servers

Improve image processing, pattern recognition, artificial intelligence deep machine learning, visual computing and data analytics with the fastest GPU accelerated servers available. Optimize your accelerated computing utilizing the latest Nvidia Pascal generation GPUs. Get faster results from accelerated compute servers.

Fixed Price Always On

More productive accelerated computing time with fixed cost by the month 24/7 always-on pricing. DroneData servers and storage have no term commitments. Eliminate all delays from cloud instance housekeeping. Stop wasting production time bidding on cloud spot instance pricing. Affordable fixed pricing 24/7 always-on.

Image Enhancement

Maximize workflow yield from unparalleled image and video frame enhancement with file size reduction. Machine learning analytics with enhanced images powered by accelerated GPU servers prepares businesses to capitalize on the new avalanche of pixel data. Maximum return from visual data and storage efficiency.

What We Do

Compute Platform

Always On GPU Accelerated Servers

As Drones, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Autonomous everything generate terabytes, petabytes, and zettabytes of new data daily DroneData is the off premises solution for case specific applications and analytics utilizing compute intensive GPU server architecture.

Architecture of Acceleration

Delivering More GFLOPS Than Any Other Cloud Offering

All DroneData hosted Windows and Linux CPU/GPU server configurations are built on single tenant – dedicated hardware platforms, never virtualized. Servers can be populated with up to four Nvidia GPU Accelerators which is 100% more GFLOPS than the cloud offerings from other providers. They're still using old generation K80 accelerators.

Speed Analytics Delivery

Image Enhancement with File Size Reduction

DroneData is reducing image transport time with the distribution of HawkSight solution. This robust accessibility via web, API and appliance is available. Higher clarity and reduced file size for Images and Videos is exclusively available from DroneData. The image enhancement process works seamlessly on stills, thermals and multispectral images reducing high megapixel images up to 65% in the field before transmission begins. Demo the amazing results today.

Technology Partners

Support All Nvidia Quadro GPUs and Tesla Accelerators

DroneData is the only hosting provider of accelerated servers that support the entire commercial product line of Nvidia GPUs and Accelerators. The three standard Windows and Linux server offerings are available with no setup fees, only one month advance rental payment and have no term commitments. The first month with credit card payments processed by PayPal.



Our Team

Martin is an experienced business leader with a strong pedigree and proven ability to build high performance teams and bring technology solutions to market. Prior to founding DroneData, Martin has had nearly 40 years of technology experience and successful liquidity events including
Parker Lee
Chief Marketing Officer
Parker has deep experience with high impact go-to-market strategies from his time with Gartner. There, he worked with C-Level executives to mitigate risk and experience accelerated growth. He has had successes taking new business and technology solutions to market.
Dr. Will Smith
Chief Strategist
Dr. Smith serves as the Director of Academic Partnerships and is a published researcher in the field of drones and big data following a successful entrepreneurial career. Through his post-doctoral research fellowship brought about successful relationships with leading research universities to advance artificial intelligence High Performance GPU Computing.

DroneData resides within a SOC 3 compliant Tier II data center environment adjacent to the Dallas Central Business District, with multiple secondary sites in the US and abroad. The data center was originally built for (1995) and then Yahoo (1999) after its acquisition of The facility was subsequently upgraded and reopened in 2011 with focus on boutique products and services.

As aerial platforms and semi-autonomous and fully autonomous vehicles proliferate into our everyday lives, the amount of new software and data generated by their operation and their sensors will overwhelm the storage capacities of the world’s data centers. The compute resources to monetize this new avalanche of data will drive the development of advanced technologies for data storage, data security and data processing.
Martin Woodall Founder August 2014


sUAS News


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    by Press on September 26, 2017 at 7:28 am

    Sky-Drones is proud to announce the release of SmartAP MAX – perfect solution for the variety of drones applications with outstanding reliability and flight performance. SmartAP MAX provides maximum capabilities in minimum […]

  • US Army helicopter collision with a drone is a “catastrophe waiting to happen”
    by Press on September 26, 2017 at 6:54 am

    DroneShield Ltd (ASX:DRO), a global provider of drone detection and mitigation products, notes a September 22, 2017 New York Post report on a collision between a US Army Black Hawk helicopter and a rogue drone over Staten Island in New […]

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    by Press on September 26, 2017 at 6:52 am

    Hydroid, Inc. teamed with L3 Aerospace Systems, Sparton Corporation and AeroVironment, Inc. to successfully demonstrate the latest unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) capabilities, including the launch of an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), at […]

  • Pix4D announces a new user certification program
    by Press on September 26, 2017 at 6:19 am

    Drone technology is rapidly evolving and our technology is changing daily. Being a Pix4D certified user will allow users to benchmark their skills and technical knowledge of drone mapping photogrammetry. Also, officially-certified users […]

  • The CHICOMMS Syndrone
    by Patrick Egan on September 26, 2017 at 5:53 am

    I must preface this entry with the disclaimer that most of it is postulating on my part. It is meant as food for thought on possible motives for why a company would voluntarily launch a haphazardly designed and untested system that […]

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