Smarter & safer construction.
Get actionable data, minimize costs, and make smarter business decisions using the Site Scan™ construction drone platform.
Grow your margins. Site Scan™ helps your operation cut costs, mitigate risk and make better decisions.
The perfect project view. Designed for project managers and superintendents
Process in the cloud. Data ready for when you return to your desk
Ready to use. Integrated directly with Autodesk
Build right, the first time.
With Site Scan™, you can track, manage, and communicate work site status effortlessly
No more surprises. By overlaying imagery collected from the drone with the original design, mistakes can be spotted before they become costly to fix. Site Scan is deeply integrated with Autodesk, the software you’re already using for engineering and design.
Better client relationships.Whether your client is especially curious or managing your project remotely, a picture is worth a thousand phone calls. Share daily or weekly project status with drone imagery.
Manage subcontractors with facts, not guesses.Subcontractor progress is generally verified with a visual review and sign-off. Superintendents love Site Scan because it works within their existing daily process, it is incredibly simple to use, and it provides them with literal job oversight to better manage subcontractors.
The powerful tools we are adding to your kit.
Autonomous flight. Select an area and swipe to take off, no aeronautical experience needed
Geotagged aerial photos. Know when and where each image was taken
Unlimited cloud processing. Don’t pay per job. Don’t think twice about turning photos into information.
Volume measurements (volumetrics). Determine how much Earth needs to be moved and calculate your progress rate.
Any file type. Most construction users will want an ortho-mosaic image and a .rcs file. 3D mesh files, point clouds, and contours are also available.
Covers any size site. The average flight will cover over 40 acres with one battery. Combine multiple flights into one map.
Before pouring concrete, Site Scan can capture the existing conditions of the construction site, including electric and plumbing conduit placement. On the web, project engineers can overlay the plans on top of the imagery and compare planned conduit placement with the actual conduit placement. This will prevent missing or misplaced cans, which can be costly to replace once the concrete is poured.
In the event drilling or coring is still needed after concrete is poured, the Site Scan survey provides documentation of exact post-tension cable and rebar location so that subcontractors can know how to avoid them.
Overlay then Groundtruth
On a large site, field engineers spend hours walking the site while documenting or photographing areas of interest. A daily scan of a site provides overall 2D or 3D context of the area and can flag issues that require ground-truth inspection.
Additionally, when an owner or trade ask for documentation for any reason, QC images often lack context in terms of relative or exact location. With Site Scan, images are merged into a single map, known as an ortho-mosaic image, and Site Scan still has each high-resolution photograph that comprises the map available