“For our construction customers, we feel a quadcopter offers the highest value and most flexibility. You need enough control to be able to stop at the boundaries of the project site so your aircraft doesn’t fly over other structures, land, and people. Microdrones systems are great for that – and they also have long flight times, excellent stability, great resilience in bad weather, and they’re very efficient.”
UAS / ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY SPECIALIST, SITECH SOUTH
Matt Rosenbalm, UAS / Advanced Technology Specialist for SITECH South says, “I’ve flown many job sites so far with the md4-1000, and each flight has been a great experience. Flight planning and implementation are easy. Everyone has been impressed and very pleased with the results.”
With Microdrones, you own and control all your data from the moment you collect it. That makes mdMapper a solid investment for both the short- and long-term. Steve Richter, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Frontier Precision says, “The mdMapper1000 package offers considerably higher value than our customers are used to seeing for a commercial-grade, multi-rotor UAS.”
Drones are more economical to fly than manned aircraft, faster than ground based surveying techniques, and they therefore fill an important gap in the geospatial professional’s needs. With the right computing tools, builders can turn sensor data into 3D structural models, topographical maps, and volumetric measurements. That capability allows construction companies to efficiently deploy resources around a job site, minimize potential issues, trim costs, and limit delays, delivering a quicker return on investment.
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