Construction

Use Aerial Data to Report to Project Stakeholders

Drone Photos are an Excellent Method to Convey Site Progress

In accordance with your project's pace, we can visit weekly, bi-weekly, or even weekly to record the progress of the project. Efficient project managers are now using aerial data to catch issues before it becomes costly to go back and fix later. Aerial photos are also a great way to communicate with your firms online presence, giving a unique view of your project.

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Video Progress Reports Show Investor's Their Money is Well Spent

In the technology age, audiences are looking to be informed through entertaining and engaging mediums. A progress report video documents a project from the initial laying of concrete to the opening ceremony's ribbon cutting using drone overhead shots, hyper-lapses, and other footage captured throughout the length of the project,

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Drone Mapping

Through AI we are able to collect 3d data about a job-site that is actionable. Such use cases include dirt pile measurements, digital surface models for pre-construction site surveys, and .las files that are georectified and easily imported into your favorite BIM.

Contact us today to coordinate aerial data services for your next project.