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There’s a lot to keep track of on your job site — project progress, the location of equipment, the volume of materials left — and an aerial view makes it all a lot easier.

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Drones provide construction project managers, general contractors and survey managers with the most up to date reporting to better track construction progress, manage resources, reduce downtime, and keep projects on schedule and under budget. senseFly’s eBee and albris drones use aerial survey and aerial imaging technology so you can quickly and safely collect the data and information you need to build models, check on safe practices, manage progress, and more.

 

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Airware and senseFly Sign Global Partnership Agreement

Airware, which provides end-to-end solutions that turn aerial data into actionable business intelligence for enterprises, has signed a global distribution agreement with senseFly, the world’s leading producer of fixed-wing mapping drones, to bring the survey-grade eBee Plus to its enterprise customers.  

Pix4D Series: Processing UAV Surveys for Agriculture

Step 1: Initial Processing Pix4DMapper makes it simple to process your UAV imagery into high-quality orthomosaics and vegetative index maps. For the first-time user, the learning curve is often steeper than expected, and the variety of processing options might lead to extensive trial-and-error before the outputs are deemed acceptable. How do you judge a successful … Continued

New Wintex 1000s

The WINTEX 1000s is an innovative soil sampler which works quickly and effectively in all kinds of soil. It has a hydraulic hammer which, together with pressure from the hydraulic cylinder, ensures that the probe goes into the ground, down to the desired depth. The pressure from the cylinder can be adjusted according to the … Continued