Here drones can make a huge difference. Instead of analysing over line drawings and elevations in CAD, a more proactive approach is to analyse 3D data with complete aerial analytics. A key advantage of thinking about aerial analytics rather than drawing is that they are highly detailed and can be produced in a quick time, making it possible to conduct studies and planning in a much shorter time span.
Traditionally, most of the GIS analysis has relied on satellite and land surveys. However, the drawback of this “time taking approach” is that it is reactive—we have to wait longer for data collection and processing in order to plan the next move. In a high-traffic situation, only several days are needed to collect enough data required for analysis.
Our Aerial Documentation administrations are on the front line of innovation, offering our customers a one of a kind technology to summarize and abridge their projects in a progressed and polished way.
- Map/Plan Overlay.
- 3-D Models.
- Project Video.
- Aerial Documentation.
This enables construction companies to repeatedly acquire, process and deliver aerial data analytics, rapidly.
Planning for large scale infrastructure projects is largely affected by the high accuracy data sets that we provide. From high-resolution base maps, contour maps, digital terrain models to dense point clouds every data set provides a unique visual dataset for planning.
Our clients can also keep track of their site progress through consistent and timely data input. We provide swift data for regular stockpile calculation for various construction materials. This will help teams identify consumption rates and areas of concern to ensure constant progress.