About Us

We’re on our way to becoming the world’s most comprehensive imagery analysis service using Artificial Intelligence to enhance human understanding of our world.

What Motivates Us Up the Hill of Science...

Our environment is complex.  The systems that dictate the interactions of living and non-living things exist in ways that are difficult to observe, measure, and predict.  Understanding these interactions, protecting natural processes, and becoming efficient in our use of resources are critical to human flourishing.  We exist to bring together new sensor technologies, creative analysis tools, and Subject Matter Expertise in natural sciences that enable anyone to make the very best, most informed decisions.  We believe that expert decision-making is a team effort across multiple industries since many of the processes overlap and resources are limited.  While the environment is complex, it is also finite and can be defined with the right tools, technology, and talent.  This is the world we’re building and adventure awaits us.

Tim Haynie


Tim is the founder of Spectrabotics and an “Adventurist” at heart. After a career of military service as an Engineer and Space Operations professional, Tim went on to explore the world of Data Analytics and how to make decisions faster. In his spare time, Tim is a private pilot, dirtbiker, and drone builder.

Dan Vagg


Dan has a broad range of IT experience and a Masters in physics specializing in space science and technology, Dan has a complimentary skill-set for research in UAS systems and data. In his spare time he experiments with new technology, embedding computers into his car or sending a drone to the edge of space.

Loren Anderson


Loren is a business development and technical professional with 35+ years experience in wireless data communications and integration, defense systems, and avionics. He has been deeply involved in the evolution of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

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We started Spectrabotics in Spring 2015 with a grant through Colorado’s Office of Economic Development to use drones in Precision Agriculture. While drone imagery data is highly capable of answering hard questions, we quickly realized that the right way to approach the challenges of describing complex systems and relationships was to gather ALL available data, not just what can be seen from above. We then built our systems to aggregate a broad spectrum of data and dynamically analyze the data for decision-makers.

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Colorado Springs, CO 80905

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