• Construction progress monitoring

  • Pre-execution mapping

  • Pre-execution 3D modelling

  • Mobilization and equipment inspection

  • Raw material and wastage quality/quantity survey

  • Daily, weekly and monthly progress inspection

  • Construction quality, safety and regulatory compliance survey

  • Available historical data processing


Drones are increasingly well recognized in the construction space as an important tool for collecting valuable data and insights during the construction process. Unlike traditional topographic methods, drones can cover large areas quickly and easily generate detailed 3D imagery of the project site and surrounding area. In the last few years, drones have helped make several improvements in construction, from increased accuracy in reporting, to improving safety conditions, to cutting costs and increasing efficiency. The construction industry is the fastest growing commercial adopter of drone technology.



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Construction Site Monitoring using Drones

We can help with
  • Construction progress monitoring

  • Pre-execution mapping

  • Pre-execution 3D modelling

  • Mobilization and equipment inspection

  • Raw material and wastage quality/quantity survey

  • Daily, weekly and monthly progress inspection

  • Construction quality, safety and regulatory compliance survey

  • Available historical data processing


Drones are increasingly well recognized in the construction space as an important tool for collecting valuable data and insights during the construction process. Unlike traditional topographic methods, drones can cover large areas quickly and easily generate detailed 3D imagery of the project site and surrounding area. In the last few years, drones have helped make several improvements in construction, from increased accuracy in reporting, to improving safety conditions, to cutting costs and increasing efficiency. The construction industry is the fastest growing commercial adopter of drone technology.



The big benefit of using a drone in construction is getting quick, accurate visual data of a site. This data can then be used in a number of ways. It can be shared with clients, with internal teams, used to help improve safety, and to focus efforts toward completing a project faster. The use of drones in job site inspection also means a drastic increase in workforce productivity and worksite safety by eliminating numerous dangers and safety hazards. Some of the key advantages of drones in construction industry are as below:


  • Safety- No manual presence is required for high resolution inspection/survey of project site of any height or area

  • Quality and quantity management - Real time construction quality monitoring with accurate raw material yard/stockpile volume calculations

  • Time saving – The system’s mobility and its ability to rapidly analyze gathered images and data significantly reduces the time of report/map/model generation

  • Cost saving – Apart from saving time and other equipment’s cost, huge time saving translates into considerable cost saving

  • Detailed inspection – Due to advanced technologies like high resolution RGB/thermal/LiDAR payloads, drones are able to capture micro level details of construction quality, site-progress, inventory quantity, resources and assets etc.

  • High productivity – Low costs and short time of capturing data/images make drones the most effective tool for monitoring workforce efficiency and timely completions of projects

  • High quality inspection – our trained pilots are able to fly very close to the inspected areas and objects. Together with our experts’ knowledge we are able to rapidly generate quality reports for the     various stake-holders


"On-screen, in the architect’s CAD file, everything looks perfect. But on-site, in the mud and dust, things are different. And the difference between concept and reality is where about $3 trillion of that $8 trillion gets lost, in a cascade of change orders, rework, and schedule slips. Drones are meant to close that gap.


– Chris Anderson, CEO of 3DR




Drones can do much more than produce high definition images. Scanning with drones can yield many kinds of useful data. These tools can use add-on equipment such as infrared, geo-locating and thermal sensors to assist in mapping construction sites and modelling construction projects. The footage captured can be converted into 3D models with real-world conditions incorporated, allowing for better iteration, higher feasibility and more accurate bids during the pre-construction phase. Drones are taking an essential place in the construction process and are only increasing in popularity and functionality. Creative site managers are continually finding new applications for drone technology on construction sites. Drone technology has revolutionized the way stakeholders view a site and visualize a completed project which allows for much more careful analysis of progress during construction.



Inspection of a construction site needs different type of sensors based on purpose of inspection. A few popular sensors include visual/RGB, Thermal/IR and LiDAR. Various software platforms and tools make it possible to generate the report/map/model with high accuracy. Our team is well equipped with all required payloads and advance software tools to quickly provide you AI and cloud based analysis & reports. Please click to see the sample inspection report



Construction site inspection sample report



We welcome your enquiries for one time job or regular drone inspection program for your under-construction project.



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