Before ground is broken on a construction project, airborne drones offer an efficient way to obtain a detailed analysis of potential work sites, as well as to obtain pertinent, up-to-date data for use in simulated construction planning.
Building projects (both completed and in-progress) can be inspected by airborne drones to ensure that construction is/was done up to local regulatory code. These inspections are more thorough, and less expensive than having teams of engineers do the same work, and can be completed in less time.
Optical camera and 3-D modelling suites working onboard and in conjunction with airborne imaging drones can provide workers and customers alike with real-time analysis on construction projects, as well as projections as to what the final product may look like based on current progress.
The ability of airborne drones to observe almost every part of a construction site at once makes them prime candidates for the detection of potential safety hazards before they endanger workers.