This guide is for Construction sector for when people who wish to use unmanned aerial drones for Construction purposes. This will cover the basis of Building inspection, Site mapping and, Real estate.. If you're looking to fly a drone in the Construction sector, or you're planning on hiring a third party company, we can help with that and give you all the tips you need. If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact us
Even for an inspection, most building sites require constructing scaffolding for teams of people to access walls, walking on rooftops. Arm the teams with a DJI Inspire series carrying a Zenmuse X5, then you'll save money through using less time and minimising setup costs, allowing you to be more efficent, faster and provide your client with a initial estimate quicker without the hassle of having scaffold during the process. The DJI Zenmuse X5 can capture hundreds of high quality 16 megapixel images and 4k videos, all files will be ready for close inspection to identify potential issues.
These efficiencies can be taken further when using the DJI Zenmuse XT camera. Mounted on one of the DJI Matrice models, able to fly for around 30 minutes, giving you the time you need in the air to capture valuable images. If mounted to an Inspire it can be launched rapidly in environments where speed is essential. The Zenmuse XT enables more holistic data collection, providing heat map data that serves as a basis for analysis, feeding more accurate predictions for future building defects, root cause analysis, and even identification of appropriate remedial solutions
Taking an idea to reality can be a complex, construction can involve multiple sub-contractors and processes overlapping each other. While the companies push to keep the project on track, small mistakes can be made and can get overlooked, which will eventually lead into expensive changes, repairs reworks or even litigation. Investing in a drone solution could find you saving money and time. Site managers will be able to check their map regularly to stay up to date on project progress and they're able to prevent large change orders before they happen.
Real estate in the modern age has higher competition than ever before. In such huge competition, you will need to stand out to be successful, drones offer a unique perspective to both customers and brokers. Aerial photos and videos allow you to see properties like you've never seen them before, also seeing the environment around the property. Combine the aerial shots with the indoor photography and realtors are now able to arm themselves with creative tools that were only available to the largest of projects in the past.
Pairing DJI products with software platforms also enable new creative avenues for showcasing unique qualities of a particular property. Prospective buyers could measure out areas for potential features they might want in their garden. A 3D model can be generated from photographs to allow individuals to experience the architecture in new and unique ways. Experiencing properties in more interactive ways allows agents to help clients better envisage how a property meets the needs of the client.