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3DR and Wingtra Partner to Supply a Complete Aerial Surveying Solution

3DR endorses WingtraOne as the preferred fixed-wing VTOL drone solution for the Site Scan drone software platform

U.S. Department of the Interior

The U.S. Department of the Interior has a fleet of over 400 3DR sUAS to map public land, inspect infrastructure, manage wildfires, and more.

Truebeck Construction

Truebeck Construction is using the Site Scan drone data platform to build the new Uber headquarters in San Francisco.

Kimley Horn customer story

Kimley-Horn

When Kimley-Horn set out to survey Red Rocks Amphitheatre, they needed to create a new, streamlined workflow with drones to conduct due diligence of the site and understand the scope and fees involved for specific infrastructure work.

All American Surveying Customer Story

All American Surveying

All American Surveying was recently contracted to perform survey work for a 90-acre residential development project in Texas, where they found several ways to drive significant value for their client by using drones as a topographic survey tool.

How to Win More Business With Drones

One of the biggest challenges for any construction or engineering firm is bidding on projects and winning new business. This eBook will show you how drones can help.

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McKim & Creed

Christian Stallings, head of R&D at McKim & Creed, wanted to systematically test how drones compared to traditional surveying and LiDAR, and aimed to evaluate accuracy, cost, and ease of use.

Bogh Engineering

Bogh Engineering needed a reliable, scalable drone surveying solution to bring onto the 17 acre Indio High School project to streamline frequent surveys for cut-and-fill analysis before and after demolition, grading, and concrete pouring.

Arcadis

Arcadis needed a surveying solution that was as reliable as their traditional surveying teams, but faster and scalable across the scope of the 46 kilometer Orbital Highway in Qatar.

How PCL Construction Uses Drones for QA/QC

As part of construction of the first-ever Crystal Lagoon project in the United States – a 7.3 acre development just north of Tampa, Florida – PCL Construction in Orlando had a number of challenges to overcome: