Our new service "Progression" is giving construction sites the ability to benefit from faster and more accurate real-time maps, site data and video. It helps sites improve safety, reduce working at height operations and often negates the need for stakeholders to make the journey to site to see progress. The tech involved with drone surveys is now so advanced that we're able to give you the ability to make area, volume, length and even gradient measurements in an easy to use and intuitive desktop and mobile application. Yes, you heard correctly, you can now do these measurements out in the field or on-site on your mobile device.
Take a look through the options below and get in touch with us using the enquiry form at the bottom of the page to book your first drone construction site progress survey...
3 Minute 4K Ultra High Definition Video
Using our state of the art UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) we will fly over and film your site paying special attention to target areas. The gathered footage is then professionally edited by our team to form your completed video. This can be provided in a resolution up to 4K.
Professionally edited Intro & Outro
Whilst your video is carefully pieced together, your company logo/branding will be added to the beginning and end of the video, giving it that professional touch.
Your Company Branding
Throughout your video, your company branding will be placed in a location of your choice throughout its duration.
Annotations & tracking
Our digital tech gurus add annotations as well as track keywords or locations, such as roads or buildings.
All the features of the Progress package plus:
High resolution jpeg + tiff orthomosaic image
Rather than us simply giving you a folder with 1000’s of images to trawl through, we’ll create a fantastic ultra high-resolution orthomosaic image for you; we take all the images our drone captures on its autonomous flight and run them through a dedicated algorithm which stitches them all together to create one large image. The image is orthorectified so that the scale is uniform, the image is like looking down on a map - a true, up to date aerial image that you can zoom in and out of in either JPEG or TIFF format. Unlike an uncorrected aerial photograph, an orthophotograph can be used to measure true distance, it is a representation of the Earth’s surface, having been adjusted for relief, lens distortion, and camera tilt.
All the features of Progress and Advanced plus:
Volumetric Stockpile Calculations + Cut/Fill Data
With the data collected using our state of the art UAVs, along with the volume tool on the visualisation software we supply, you can quickly and accurately acquire volumetric calculations of stockpiles. It’s as simple as drawing a box with your mouse.
Digital Surface Model, Digital Terrain Model & Contour Map
A Digital Surface Model (DSM), also known as a digital elevation model (DEM), is a digital model or 3D representation of a terrain's surface created from terrain elevation data captured by our UAVs. This can provided as both the terrain and/or surface of the area captured.
A point cloud is a set of data points that when brought together into a single feature, start to form an object. These points are usually defined by X, Y, and Z coordinates, and often are intended to represent the external surface of an object. Point clouds are used to create 3D meshes and other models used in 3D modelling for various fields.
Secure Cloud Portal
All of your data is stored securely online and available to you from a multitude of devices. We can support single users or your whole team.
Creating PDF Reports
Using our secure online portal you will be able to create reports from measurements and add annotations that you have made in order to share with your team and key stakeholders.
These tools are used to take measurements within the software we supply.