Drones in Construction

Use real-time project intelligence to coordinate teams, track progress, and build faster.

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Document projects in detail

Fly your site daily, weekly, or after each phase is completed to capture centimeter-accurate maps and models automatically uploaded to the cloud.

See how your jobsite changes over time by comparing two maps side-by-side.

QA/QC construction progress

Overlay CAD or PDF design files onto drone maps to perform detailed QA/QC and compare as-designed to as-built.

Record videos and take high-resolution photos for detailed inspections in hard to reach places.

Connect your workflows

Export your drone data into Autodesk-native file formats and use it in tools like Civil 3D, Revit, and InfraWorks, in addition to GIS software.

Use our industry-first integration with Autodesk BIM 360 to easily push point clouds and orthomosaics to the rest of your team, keeping everyone in sync from the office to the field.

Enhance progress reporting

Managers and decision makers enjoy unprecedented project visibility with accurate 2D maps, 3D models, and high-resolution aerial photos and videos using drones.

Team members can view near real-time digital models of your projects securely through a web browser from anywhere in the world.

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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:

Arcadis customer story


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.

Bogh Engineering customer story

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.