Remote management and inspection of job sites can reduce costs while improving safety and accountability.

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By using orthorectified maps, topographic terrain modeling, and accurate 3D models and point clouds, you can gain relevant information to assess and plan for the following:

  • Document site conditions prior to asset mobilization
  • Georeference cut and fill and earthwork hauling specifications for efficient earthwork management
  • Egress and on-site logistics for vehicles and heavy machinery
  • Conduct safety assessments for OSHA compliance
  • Develop time/cost efficient milestones 


Aerial photos and videos of construction progressions can be cost-effectively provided by drones in near real-time allowing for improved decision making regarding: 

  • Asset management including materials, equipment, temporary roads, and structures
  • Stockpile volumes for labor and time estimates to move/remove
  • Quality control (CAD plan vs. actual)
  • Regulatory compliance and progress reporting
  • Investor due diligence reports



Drones provide a safe and cost-effective way to perform structural inspections of surface integrity, measure material stress and fatigue, and procure damage assessments on objects that otherwise require ground crews and a human to perform risky climbs. 

Non-contact optical measurement, thermal imaging and photogrammetry have become common nondestructive testing methods for inspections of structures like solar arrays, radio antennas, cell towers, and wind turbines as well as in hard-to-access locations like bridges, boilers, transmission, and natural gas lines.



Enhance your marketing efforts by integrating aerial photos of completed projects, construction progressions, build and/or safety processes into your website, brochures, and social media accounts.