SkyData UAV’s engineering support solutions enable clients to digitize projects and job sites through aerial photography, video, aerial 2D and 3D mapping, orthographic projection and photogrammetry.
Our systems provide you with solutions to overlay new plans and images on aerial images to measure as planned against as built, as well as exactly measure land contours, perform volume calculations to within 5 percent of actual without ground control points, elevation and surface modeling.
USE WITH CIVIL 3D
Calculate volumes for easy stockpile monitoring, cut and fill estimations, and earth moving planning. 3D model of a project site to determine how much material you need to cut and fill before beginning construction. An accurate 3D model, combined with Civil 3D, allows you to perform all of these calculation and save time and expenses on trucks and landfill space by enabling more accurate planning.
USE WITH REVIT
Generate beautiful visualizations of your project site for impactful marketing and intelligent planning. You can create engineering-quality 3D model of your building that is integrated with the BIM 360 field service app to check off work as it is completed and to make design decisions in three dimensions. Use Revit to make design and construction decisions that are within five feet of the building envelope.
USE WITH INFRAWORKS
Develop a 3D model of a variety of proposed sites that enable you to present possible visions to building owners, generate marketing materials, and make logistical decisions with regards to building footprint and getting equipment in and out.
FILE FORMATS CREATED BY SKYDATA UAV SYSTEMS
Aerial imaging by SkyData UAV helps engineers and architects to more accurately visualize their projects. SkyData captures images and data at lower altitudes and from multiple angles, in significantly higher detail and at a lower cost per image than from manned aircraft.
Our services provide designers and architects with an idea of how a new structure and landscape design will fit aesthetically and practically in an open space and in the context of the surrounding area.