Construction projects are complicated, time-consuming and resource-intensive projects.
SkyData UAV's aerial technology helps you to improve your project. You already use design and project management software to create, plan, track and measure construction progress. By adding SkyData UAV drones to your workflow, we deliver a bird’s eye view of your project, as well as files that integrate with CAD software to help you measure as-designed against as-built.
SkyData UAV can quickly conduct and aerial survey your job site and build maps in less than half the time and cost, and with greater safety and accuracy than people on the ground or from a manned aircraft.
SkyData UAV makes aerial surveys much easier by collecting data for you so that you can focus your energy on putting data to use and more effectively managing your project.
Why even consider using drones to periodically deliver images and data of your construction site?
FIVE TRENDS THAT WILL SHAPE CONSTRUCTION
AND CAPITAL PROJECTS
Source: KcKinsey & Company
SKYDATA UAV DELIVERABLES
ANALYZING THE DATA AND IMAGES
With our browser-based 3D models, you can simply share links with other project managers to view the construction’s progress, as well as export data files to architects and engineers for construction progress verification. With 3D models you have an orbital view of the entire site, where they can see important variations in the dirt patterns that show where varying levels of progress are working as anticipated, or are running into issues.
THE BENEFITS OF UAV CONSTRUCTION SITE MONITORING
MONITORING JOB SITES
KEEPING THE PROJECT ON TRACK AND ON BUDGET
By identifying the project phases that are out of sequence, having the ability to prevent any causalities, and rigorously monitoring your job sites you will be prepared to remove any additions to project time and cost.
Real-time control is oftentimes impractical and costly, particularly when managing multiple projects at the same time. With SkyData UAV, we provide you with near-real time images and data about your project so that you can make informed decisions more quickly.
Volumetrics of stockpiles on a construction site.
3D digitization of construction site foundation.
Source: McKinsey & Company
UAVs fly lower and closer to construction sites than traditional aircraft and provide more detailed information that ranges from capturing pictures and video for periodic progress reports to creating site survey maps that provide a foundation for work plans.
Orthomosaics used in periodic progress reports provide highly accurate and detailed images for monitoring changes, helping you to identify potential issues and prevent performance delays.
Orthomosaic image of construction site.