Complete site documentation can be a challenge for builders, especially as projects grow, evolve, and change. Where should you focus your construction cameras? How can you ensure that you’re capturing the most important angles? What about sites with awkward or risky areas? By employing drone services, managers no longer have to worry about the logistics and potential hazards of manually capturing problem areas.
Construction documentation is constantly innovating for more effective ways to capture jobsites. For builders looking for a new perspective on their construction build, drone technology is an exciting new frontier. Drones allow users to capture high-quality images and video from almost any perspective. With drone-captured photos and footage, users have a new range of capabilities for capturing jobsites. If you’re looking for a new solution to capture your next build, here are just a few ways that drones are changing the construction documentation landscape.
When it comes to worker safety, the easiest way to reduce potential risks and liabilities can be simple – reducing the need to access hazardous or hard-to-reach areas. Employing drones for jobsite inspections eliminates the need for humans to physically access these risky areas, such as tall structures, roofs, or otherwise unstable terrain.