Drone Site Mapping

Maximize Productivity & Efficiency With Drone Powered Solutions

Construction Site Mapping

The advent of drone maps has become more straightforward,  less expensive, and results in less intense civil engineering work than traditional methods. Now drones can access any area with comfort through topographic surveys to portray visual representations for evacuations, stockpile measurements, and accurate haul costs. We utilize cutting-edge software for real-time computer mapping of information to assist project managers with construction monitoring and detect plan deviations during QA/QC by comparing site reality to pre-construction designs. 


By discovering an issue early, you can possibly save millions of dollars in repairs, fines, and disputes. Drone site mapping enables you to perform safer, quicker inspections with accurate reconstructions of your job sites. Track and communicate progress at any stage of development with a project progress report. Verify work completion with automated cut/fill analysis and side-by-side comparisons.

Project Progress Monitoring

Bringing full site documentation into one solution, BDS enables you to capture interior, exterior, ground, and aerial data. Through a digital twin of your job site and in-depth analysis, projects run on time, on budget, and safely.


Project managers use maps generated from our drone data for regular monitoring and planning, which avoids delays and added costs. Progress monitoring helps our clients guide their projects according to their plans without deviations. UAV-based progress monitoring shows construction/deconstruction sequences, crane locations, perimeter security, and more.


With drone site mapping, you can give your entire team access to visual documentation of every stage of the project, from pursuit and bid to groundbreaking at the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Earthworks & Stockpile Analysis

Our drone mapping includes earthworks capabilities making it faster and easier to accurately measure earthmoving needed to reach finished grade, which can help you win bids, keep projects on schedule while keeping the entire project team updated on progress. Capture and process accurate drone-based elevation data in a matter of hours.


Our drones also help project managers to maintain track of onsite raw materials used during construction to increase efficiency and promote less wastage of stocks. With the incorporation of cutting-edge technology such as machine learning, we can achieve 99% accuracy in stockpiles volume measurement. With our drones, volumetric measurement is high-speed, accurate, and cost-effective. Measurements are precise, within 2% of traditional ground-based measurements.

Buildings Surveillance

Inspections of buildings can be a dangerous and challenging task for people to carry out independently. Building surveillance using UAVs helps reduce the risks associated with personnel safety and improves productivity by registering extensive and critical data. Drone surveillance or aerial surveillance helps identify potentially hazardous situations quicker for enhanced decision-making. Drones equipped with thermal sensors are popular among building surveillance projects to evaluate roofs for faults quicker and without the risk of sending personnel there.

Deliverables Include:

◊ 2D Orthomosaic

◊ 3D Surface Models

◊ Project Monitoring

◊ Volumetric Measurements

◊ Construction Site Mapping

◊ Quality Check

◊ Building Surveillance

◊ Elevation Models

◊ Map Overlay

◊ Project Video

◊ Aerial Documentation

Other Services

2D/3D Building As-Builts

As-builts are sets of detailed drawings that reflect modifications made during the construction process of buildings that deviates from the original design. They document what the existing conditions are and can be produced as a 2D drawing set or a 3D model showing size, shape, and location. 


The final sets of as-built drawings can be useful for design, construction, renovation, asset management, and building records as they hold important information, such as:

◊ Design changes

◊ Field changes

◊ Any modification to the final project


If you have 3D models of your site, then you can create site safety procedures as well as maintenance zoning requirements.

MEP As-Builts
MEP stands for Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing. MEP as-built drawings are an essential process in any project, especially to maintain a project’s lifecycle after construction has ended. In order to do that, high-quality and accurate MEP drawings are used to help communicate information regarding the construction, installation, and function of MEP components by utilizing familiar symbols, units of measurement, and notation systems.


Clash Detection Services
In Building Information Modeling (BIM), clash detection is the technique of identifying if, where, or how two parts of the building (e.g., plumbing and walls) interfere with one another. It is used in pre-construction and design phases in the field to prevent construction issues from happening in the first place and is executed through a highly sophisticated and computerized analysis of multiple 3D models

BIM for Fabrication
BIM stands for Building Information Modeling, which is a process for creating and managing information on a construction project throughout its entire life cycle using a combination of information-rich 3D models and associated structured data such as product, execution, and handover information. BIM-based practices promote the integration of design, manufacturing, and construction processes. This enables higher transparency, better collaboration, and interoperability among stakeholders in the digital fabrication process.

Building Energy Analysis
Running a building energy analysis allows you to measure a building’s energy performance by calculating how well the integration of that building’s form, systems, and envelope performs under the surrounding environmental conditions. Performing this analysis on a building design through all phases helps to ensure that you are constantly working towards the most energy-efficient building possible. Energy simulation can help analyze the movement of energy in, out, and through the rooms and volumes in a building model. This information can help designers make better informed, cost-effective decisions that improve the performance and reduce the environmental impact of buildings.