Welcome to SkyCam, your trusted partner in construction progress monitoring. With a focus on precision and efficiency, SkyCam provides unparalleled aerial insights to transform the way you track and manage construction projects.
Our specialized drone services offer a unique vantage point, allowing you to monitor construction sites with a level of detail and frequency that was once unimaginable. From initial ground preparation to project completion, SkyCam captures high-resolution imagery and video, providing you with a comprehensive view of construction progress.
At SkyCam, we understand the importance of timely and accurate information in the construction industry. Our team of experienced drone pilots ensures that your project is captured at key milestones, enabling you to make informed decisions, mitigate risks, and keep stakeholders well-informed.
Whether you’re a project manager, contractor, or stakeholder, SkyCam’s construction progress monitoring solutions are tailored to meet the specific demands of your project. Enhance communication, streamline workflows, and gain a competitive edge with our reliable and cost-effective aerial monitoring services.
Choose SkyCam for a smarter, more efficient approach to construction progress tracking. Contact us today to explore how our drone technology can revolutionize the way you manage and document construction projects. Your vision, our perspective—let’s build success together.
e primary use of drones in construction is to conduct aerial surveys of the land prior to building. Instead of a group of workers trudging endlessly over the area, a single drone operated remotely by a worker can perform flyovers and record data in the form of thousands of images. Using the right equipment set up, drones can be used to create a map of an area accurate to within just a few centimeters.
Once the building is nearing completion, it becomes necessary to inspect its various parts that might pose a threat to the construction crew or building owners, such as buildings with weak foundations or walls. In the past, this work was done by teams of men who had to make elaborate plans and spend time putting on the necessary protective gear before venturing into such spaces. These days, all it takes is a drone flying into the area under the supervision of a single worker to make sure an area is secure. This saves the company’s time and money while also minimizing the threat to the lives of workers.
Drones allow owners to oversee the progress of their building construction from anywhere on Earth. You can have a bird’s eye view of the building over time in all its phases of progress until full completion. Owners also use this method to keep an eye on workers to ensure the work is being performed at a satisfactory pace.
The footage captured by the drone camera is a visual proof of the entire construction process from start to finish. This footage acts as a record of the actions of the construction company. In case there are any disputes about land ownership or encroachment charges, the recorded video can be used as evidence in court to prove the legitimacy of the operation. This is the reason why most companies do not delete the drone camera footage after project completion, but keep it stored among their records.