All American Surveying has made drones an essential part of their topographic survey projects
Argyle used our brand new flight mode—perimeter scan—to capture vertical façades and create BIM models
Rich, accurate point clouds—made possible by drone data—are redefining the way we build infrastructure
Talking Part 107, ROI, and drone implementation on-site with Jeremiah Karpowicz, Executive Editor of Commercial UAV News
Drones are helping earthworks personnel measure stockpiles and volumes, perform cut-and-fills, verify grading, and more
Bogh Engineering sees a 4X increase in productivity and is able to prevent costly disputes with other subcontractors by flying Site Scan on every construction site once a week.
Built in 1949, the Pinto Creek Bridge is a historic crossing on Highway 60, an hour and a half east of Phoenix, Arizona at the foothills of the Tonto National Forest.
WEST Builders conducts drone surveys to collect aerial data, enhance the site inspection process, and reduce risk in pouring concrete slabs.
Stockpile measurements are a vital part of any project, but they can be time-consuming, costly, and unsafe. Drones are making it easy
In January 2017, PCL Construction broke ground on the first-ever Crystal Lagoon project in the United States, just north of Tampa, Florida. Here's how they used drones to survey the site