Shooting & Mapping Construction Sites
The construction industry is the largest employer of drone services. From pre-construction to project closeout, drone uses can help save time and cost across the entire construction life cycle. In this exhaustive course, we discuss some BEST practices which can help YOU fly a construction mission safely and accurately. What is the #1 focus on a construction site? You will also learn about hardware and software requirements, GCP's and client deliverables. Watch this to get started in the construction industry.
How to Conduct Volumetric Measurement of a Water Body Using Drone Mapping
Drones in Construction | What are the Benefits?
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Drones in Construction - How Can They Help You Manage Time and Cost
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How Drones Are Being Used Across the Construction Project Life Cycle
If You Build It They Will Come: Drone Jobs in the Construction Industry
TIPS FOR DRONE PILOTS ON GETTING CONSTRUCTION WORK When trying to make a name for themselves as a drone pilot, many business owners seek to offer their services to the construction industry. It is no secret, after all, that the world of buildings and...
Drone Pilot Field Kit
This "kit" is an important & helpful "tool" for any serious drone pilot as it contains documents best suited for handling questions & concerns raised by others not familiar with drone legalities. You should keep a copy of this on you at all times...
US Drone Laws by State
If you are in the United States and are unsure of the laws for each State then this is where you need to look. Know the variance in laws from State to State before you assume they are similar. You know what assuming does...don't be that person.