Increase efficiency, improve safety.

Drones can save your company thousands of pounds.

Construction Drones are fast becoming a crucial tool in the construction industry. It is in actual fact, the fastest adapter of the incredible technology. Some of the amazing capabilities include it being easy to collect, safe, extremely quick to accurately help companies keep track of their on-site progress, streamline communication and decision-making, spot for errors, and keep staff on-the-ground clear of danger. 

Richard Clement, from Komatsu, says: “Because of drones and their associated software, data can be collected from a site in half an hour, compared to three days using traditional hand-held methods. 

Capitalise on Efficiency

Reduce Costs
Real-time drone data yielded 75% cost savings for Chasco Constructors on $29m project.

Clean and Accurate Data
One survey showed 56% of people use drones in construction for improved data quality.

Reduce Risk
Drones help identify potential risks for those on the ground which allows swift action to prevent accidents.


Track progress and spot mistakes.

Being able to have a bird’s-eye view of your construction site,provides full-site awareness through regular shareable site progress.

Ryan Moret, of McCarthy Building Companies, says: “Drones change the game in communication. A drone photo is worth a thousand words, and potentially millions of dollars.”

Having a gallery of overhead views helps site and project managers to track site progress over time; ideal for checking timescales and making sure the project meets its deadline.    

Overhead views give managers an opportunity to assess any potential risks or dangers that could delay the project. Therefore issues can be identified far quicker than relying on traditional methods and can be acted upon before it is too late – saving time and money. 

Aerial insights also makes it extremely easy to communicate the current state of play, and provides stakeholders real-time progress which also allows the added bonus of decision-makers, and stakeholders can access this information remotely, without having to set foot on site.