DJI Drones for the Construction Sector
Have you ever felt a significant void in the construction sector? A report published by AutoDesk & FMI reported that insufficient project data and miscommunication are the cause of 52% of reworks on construction sites. These reworks translate to severe delays in the process, higher cost, labour, and significantly more. Apparently, comprehensive real-time monitoring is the need of the hour, and right now, drone-powered solutions are the only way to achieve this. Drone solutions can help us in every single step in the construction process – be it mapping the construction plot, construction progress monitoring, asset inspection and more. As per Allied Market Research, the construction drone market is expected to reach nearly $12 billion by 2027. Wondering why? The PwC report states that implementing drones in your construction efforts makes a crucial difference in managing costs, controlling risks, increasing safety and influencing outcomes.
DJI Drones for Oil and Gas Sector
The Global Market for drones in the Oil and Gas sector is expected to reach 16.72 billion USD by 2025, with a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 35.24% from 2019. Almost all the major players in the Oil and Gas sectors have completely migrated to drone-powered solutions. For instance, BP, one of the world’s seven oil and gas “supermajors”, is one of the early adopters of drones in their operations. Drones for Oil and Gas sector is a game changer; they make your operations Safer, Faster, Cost-effective and way more Efficient. Are you worried about the pain points in your Oil and Gas operations? Well, DJI manufactures “solutions” rather than products. This article talks about how DJI drones empower you with the right solution against each pain point in your Oil and Gas operations. Hopefully, you’ll get to know it better as the article progresses.
Let’s Talk About DJI Drones for Surveying and Mapping
Have you ever sighed at the thought of surveying a large parcel of land? In the past, that is usually where drones come into the picture. Drones are just perfect for surveying and mapping— they fly over large areas in minutes to hours, they take pictures or videos from different angles, they keep you from having to traverse the dangerous terrain.
As surveying drones become more and more common with each passing day, let’s ask the question: how important are drones in your surveying and mapping operation?
DJI Phantom 4 RTK Mapping: Visionary Intelligence, Elevated Accuracy
DJI Phantom 4 RTK is a godsend for surveyors working in cities or on small to medium-sized fields. The drone’s small frame, combined with its simple workflow, makes it incredibly simple to integrate into your workflow.
Come join in the conversation with industry veteran Scott Henderson Head of Sales at The Drone Centre, as he explores DJI’s Phantom 4RTK and how you can use it to monitor your construction sites.
Using DJI’s Phantom 4 RTK To Avoid Rework In Construction
If you’re in the construction industry, you know that projects are often spread out and involve many teams. As a construction manager, it can be a real challenge to properly coordinate multiple teams across the entire site from the command center. Fixed cameras don’t give you a complete picture, and manually walking through the site is terribly inefficient. So how do we overcome this? Let’s look at how one Phantom 4 RTK made the difference between misaligned roads and a rework-free construction site.
Zero GCPs: How DJI Phantom 4 RTK makes Drone Surveying Highly Accurate
Surveying and mapping is hard work, you’re out in the sun all day squinting through a viewfinder. Just you and your trust total station battling nature and sore muscles- must be better than complicating the status quo with GPS and unmanned aerial systems- Right? That’s where you’d be wrong. What if I were to tell you, introducing advanced surveying tools like drones is not going to complicate your workflow. Let’s take a look at how using DJI Phantom 4 RTK with the D-RTK 2 ground station can save you a lot of time, money and body pain while keeping things simple.