Track, map, survey, inspect, and manage your worksite projects with Falcon.3D. Construction site aerial imagery is the innovative solution to deliver sophisticated analytics or provide a visual progress report to stakeholders. We have experience in several construction sites and holds all the necessary insurance to perform the job safely and under compliance.
Drones can be equipped with cameras, geo-location sensors, infrared sensors, and more to capture precise details about the environmental and physical site prior to and during construction. The high-resolution images captured by a drone are then turned into accurate 2D orthophotos and 3D models, creating a rich digital representation of your jobsite. Then, drone data platforms like 3DR Site Scan make it easy to overlay design files onto drone maps, enabling you to pinpoint constructability challenges in preconstruction, spot mistakes, and measure progress during construction.
Owners and other stakeholders understandably demand progress updates on a regular basis. This can be a pain for you, if you have to walk the site or send someone to take photos. Drones can make this aspect of the job both a painless experience for you, and a better experience for them.
Drone imaging can provide instant ROI by providing rich data to share with project owners on a regular basis
The leading cause of private sector worker fatalities on the construction site is falls, representing nearly 39% of all deaths. Drones can be used to keep workers’ feet planted firmly on the ground when they might otherwise have to climb to take manual measurements or engage in other activities that can be replaced with a drone.
When it comes to project updates, “drones can provide instant ROI,” of a Construction Project. “Drones can be operated autonomously, on your own schedule.” Scheduling a regular flyover is simple and inexpensive, and provides rich data to share with project owners.
Contractors carry significant risk on every project. From being overbilled on one side, to being underpaid on the other, to mistakes, rework, missed deadlines, and legal challenges, few industries provide as many opportunities to lose money.
Data from drones can help mitigate many of these risks by identifying problems before they arise, providing accurate data regarding disputes, and documenting the process against legal challenges.
“For example”; “one of our customers used their drone data to help win a dispute with a subcontractor who was significantly overcharging them. By having accurate daily site documentation, our customer quickly resolved the dispute and saved over AED 100,000 without having to go to court.”
Once a vision of the future, drones are here now, and their use in construction industry is only going to grow.