Use of drones continues to grow in the construction industry as the use of drones becomes more accepted and and regulations governing drone operations continue to mature.
In the US, 2019 will be another big year for the commercial drone industry. 2018 saw a wider roll-out of the FAA’s LAANC (Low Altitude Authorization and Notification Capability) that provides access to controlled airspace near airports, the launch of the UAS Integration Pilot Program from the FAA, and other regulatory changes in Canada, the EU and India.
Once just the domain of racers and hobbyists, drones are also finding a growing market in the construction industry. Drones are becoming increasingly popular within the construction industry as more businesses begin to adopt the technology, so much so that their usage has increased 239% year on year according to a recent report by CNBC.
Adoption of aerial drones and drone technology is continuing to mature, especially in select industries like agriculture, construction, insurance, mining and aggregates, public safety, oil and gas, telecommunications, and utilities, according to reports in Forbes.
Construction firms are utilizing drones to save costs, improve efficiency and streamline projects. Drones can be used in a number of ways in the construction industry:
360 Virtual Drone Services is a North Carolina based aerial media company that has been offering services since 2015. Some of the services they offer include:
They also offer full production media services with editing, colour grading and more, to give you a professional quality production project that you can use on most any platform.
UAVs used by used by 360 Virtual Drone Services include the DJI aerial systems such as the Phantom 4 Pro and the Inspire 1 Pro with the Zenmuse X5.
Posted by 360Vdrone on Friday, July 20, 2018
Disclaimer: Please note 360 Virtual Drone Services are not a license contractor(s) and therefore cannot claim accuracies in measurements nor are we able sign off on any town, city, or state projects.
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