You Get Better Resolution
While helicopters and airplanes have traditionally been used to collect aerial video and pictures, drones have the advantage of being able to fly closer to the ground, which naturally leads to sharper images and data of a much higher resolution. This boosts the accuracy of any information gathered and leads to better decision-making.
More Accessibility And Quick Retrieval
Drone surveying makes perfect sense in areas that are impossible to access for accurate results, such as swamps and marshes, dense brush, ponds, and rivers. They can eliminate skewed results by accessing these areas and creating a more complete picture of any property. Another advantage is the speed they offer. Trained drone pilots can gather any information required quickly, cutting down the time it may take a survey crew. All information required can be recorded in a fraction of the time normally taken when human beings are involved.
Safety And Cost-Effectiveness
Drones are a lot safer than survey crews when it comes to rough and difficult terrain because they can fly over everything from cliffs and embankments to fast-running water. This also means you can get an accurate survey at a fraction of the cost involved in sending a whole crew. It is a process that takes less time, gets the work done a lot faster, and saves you a lot of money in the process. Drones are also perfect for conducting property surveys, mapping, and on-site inspections without interfering or interrupting ongoing construction work.
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