Drones are changing the way construction companies handle their projects.  By providing advanced visualization tools, valuable overhead views and up-close inspection capabilities, drones can significantly improve how your team monitors construction progress while improving worker safety and reducing risks to project timelines.

Our white paper “5 Ways Drones Are Changing The Construction Industry”  details the innovative ways drones are being used throughout construction projects, from the initial pre-construction survey, through safety monitoring, in-progress imagery and final turnover inspections.

Drones can map topography to allow investors to choose the right land for development. They can validate grade and earthmoving calculations. They can create 3D models of the structure to compare with original plans. And their data can be imported directly into the project team’s computer software, forming part of the compliance record of the project. Drone imagery also looks good, and comes in digital form to be sent to the construction trailer, or across the world to those information-starved owners and investors.

Our companion video (above) presents a sample of these capabilities, including:

  • Examples of topographic maps generated by drone flyovers
  • Up-close inspections of hard to reach areas without requiring ladders or scaffolding
  • 3D models that give engineers, architects and investors unparalleled visibility into construction progress
5 Ways Drones Are Changing The Construction Industry - White Paper

Watch the video, then learn more by reading our white paper “5 Ways Drones Are Changing The Construction Industry.”  It details the innovative ways drones are being used throughout construction projects, from the initial pre-construction survey, through safety monitoring, in-progress imagery and final turnover inspections.

Click here to download the white paper.