Aerial

Photography

AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY

Drone photography is the capture of still images and video by a remotely-operated or autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), also known as an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) or, more commonly, as a drone. ... Drone photography often enables a first-person view (FPV) that would normally be impossible to achieve.

  • Residential Real Estate – 3D showcase, virtual staging

  • Commercial Real Estate 3D showcase

  • Golf Course Photography and Videography

  • Various Events – Weddings, Charity, Promotion, Entertainment etc

  • Construction -Progression, DSafety Inspection, Mapping, Project Photography/Videography

  • Insurance Residential/Commercial Claims (Roofing Inspection, Claim and Underwriting Inspection)

  • Energy Industry* Businesses in the oil, natural gas, solar, and wind energy industriesTelecom tower inspection , monitoring

  • Homes with aerial images sold 68% faster than homes with standard images

  • 73% of homeowners say they want to work with a real estate agent that uses video to market homes

  • 83% of home sellers prefer to work with an agent that uses drones

  • High-volume real estate agents use drones 3.5 times more than low-volume real estate agents

  • Drones speed up the sales process for commercial and residential properties

Drone photography is the capture of still images and video by a remotely-operated or autonomous unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), also known as an unmanned aircraft system (UAS) or, more commonly, as a drone. ... Drone photography often enables a first-person view (FPV) that would normally be impossible to achieve.

1. DRONE TECHNOLOGY IN CONSTRUCTION 

Drones are a rising trend among many industries. Today the impact of drone technology on the digital transformation of the construction industry is undeniable. 

Some of the significant advantages of incorporating drone technology include:

  • Reduced process and analysis times

  • Less risk and consequently lower costs 

  • More precise digital data to allow for more accurate readings

  • Easy accessibility via cloud-based integration

  • More seamless jobsite progress monitoring

Specifically, drones have impacted the construction industry by:

  • Enabling better construction site monitoring

  • Calculating stockpile volume and material types for inventory

  • Calculating length, width and elevation for roads and structures

  • Annotating images and maps for easier communication

Calculating overburden to plan for an efficient removal

2. DRONE MAKES YOUR COMPANY MORE                     COMPETITIVE

Drones have gained traction so quickly because of the competitiveness of the construction industry. Companies using UAV technology have a competitive advantage over other companies that are less innovative and sticking to traditional ways of surveying and analyzing job sites. Incorporating drone technology in your projects can be an enticing sales tool that may make the difference between a lead and a customer.

3. DRONES ARE COST-SAVING

Drones are also a huge cost-saver across many different expense types. As an owner of a construction business, you're able to monitor a job site live and take note of suspicious activity such as theft or wasted time. You're also able to invoice more accurately by performing more quality inspections of work completed.

4. DRONES PROTECT YOUR CREW

Your team can use the surveillance to check locations for assets and materials, rather than moving about the construction site, unsure if equipment and resources are where they are supposed to be. You can also use the drone to check dangerous areas remotely without risking harming the crew.

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2020