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3DR Integrates With DJI Drones, Launches Enterprise Drone Platform

Today is a historic day for 3DR. We couldn’t be more thrilled to share not one, but two important milestones for Site Scan, which will transform how our customers use drones in their day-to-day work.

First things first: we’re integrating our Site Scan software platform with DJI to make it compatible with their drones. This integration marks a significant expansion of the Site Scan platform, giving you another option for your workflow: now you’re free to use whatever drone that’s best for you and your team.

With this integration, now our customers can get the best of both worlds: DJI’s drones, and 3DR’s software for managing and analyzing the data that these drones collect.

For Site Scan customers, flying a DJI drone has the exact same workflow: you can use our mobile app, Site Scan Field. DJI drones will work seamlessly with Site Scan, including its autonomous flight modes, multi-engine cloud processing, and suite of tools designed for construction, such as: performing topographic surveys, calculating cut and fill volumes, measuring stockpiles, exporting native Autodesk file formats, and much more.

“This integration is a significant milestone for the AEC industry,” said Michael Perry, Director of Strategic Partnerships at DJI. “We’re excited that 3DR Site Scan users can now use DJI drones to convert images into actionable data that helps project stakeholders save time and manage costs.”

Introducing Enterprise Atlas

 

 

Integrating with DJI isn’t the only news we have to share today: we’re also excited to officially launch our Enterprise Atlas platform, a complete drone data solution designed specifically for large and fast-growing companies. With Enterprise Atlas, construction and engineering firms have everything they need to successfully deploy and scale drone operations—whether they’re in the field or back at the office analyzing and managing their drone data. Enterprise Atlas includes:

Role & project-based access: Multiple access licenses ensure that the right people have the appropriate data and privileges, from management to owners, subcontractors to employees. With shareable links, remote collaboration and status updates are just a click away.

Unlimited, secure storage: Images, data, and flight history are stored in a secured 3DR cloud.

Enterprise-ready support: Comprehensive onboarding and implementation designed for organizations of any size, and customized for unique business requirements. Technical phone support is available 12h per day, and replacement and loaner vehicles ensure team members can fly whenever they need to.

Enterprise Atlas is a perfect complement to our integration with DJI: now, different teams within an organization can use whatever drone they’re comfortable with, and the data is still accessible in Site Scan across teams and offices.

Ultimately, the 3DR team’s vision is to have a drone making an impact on every jobsite, helping our customers save time, money, reduce risk, and improve safety. Today’s announcements—both DJI and Enterprise Atlas—are an important step towards making this possible. We’re excited for this next chapter for 3DR, and to help make drones more accessible and powerful than ever before.

Want to learn more about our DJI integration and Enterprise Atlas? Contact us to schedule a discovery call and get a free Site Scan demo. 

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