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Mapping construction sites via drone
High Detail Drone Imagery and Mapping
How it works
Each of the 400+ blue dots shown below represents a point where an image was taken of the field. These 400 images will be stitched together to make a very high-detail images.
The end result
High detail image, consisting of 400+ photos seamlessly stitched together:
The high-detail image can be imported easily into Google Earth:
Accurate measurements can be taken in Google Earth:
Combine weekly mapping images into a progression slideshow
Combine several mapping images together into a slideshow, using the 'slider' method, in the same way as this smaller project was documented:
More ideas for drone utilization at construction sites
Construction 360 Panoramas
Best viewed full-screen. Spin the view around, have a look in all directions from inside the construction site.
Create 3d models of your construction site:
Use the 3D model to take measurements and to count items on site:
Construction Progress Slider
Drone images can be scheduled monthly, weekly, etc to track the progress of a construction site. The images can be displayed in a slider as shown below, or in a photo gallery shown below the slider. Move the slider left or right to see differences between the July 22 and August 4 images below:
Other Services and Information
We have worked on commercial real estate sites, both for existing buildings for lease or sale and for land leases/sales.
We have also worked on residential real estate projects.
We have a certificate from Transport Canada to fly drones legally in the "Advanced" category. Obtaining this certificate requires an 80% passing grade on a written exam in addition to an in-person practical flight review exam.
Interested in more information? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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