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Construction Tech Review | Monday, March 18, 2019

The benefits of using drones are not now unknown to the world and they range from on-site safety to a level of project monitoring which was previously unimaginable. There is an unstoppable rise of commercial drones in the market.

Drones or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles are rapidly replacing traditional land-surveillance methods. They reduce the labor and time involved in producing accurate surveys. Drones eliminate human error involved in producing and have the ability to capture necessary data in much less time than conventional methods would take.

Drones provide superior endurance and intelligence on construction sites.  Their potential to collect and report data allows them to complete work faster and the requirement for manual labor is removed. Soon drones will take on even more essential tasks involved in large projects. Builders who rely on drones will be able to make much more ambitious bids and complete work on time.

Drones are being used more as a means of maintaining constant contact at worksites. Drones, when mounted with a camera, can help in surveillance as they provide footage. Communication and management give way to increased efficiency due to the ability to collect real-time data from drones. The ability to handle workflow 24/7 is unprecedented and makes a significant impact on construction processes.

A sharp increase in security efficiency is another advent drone is causing. They are used to maintain the safety of employees on job sites. The practical ability of drones to be everywhere at the same time reduce theft and keep workers safe. They provide around the clock monitoring system that has already been adopted by some construction companies. It also means a drastic increase in worksite safety by eliminating dangers and safety hazards.

Transporting goods aerially using drones allow companies to execute rigorous inspections and keep track of things that enters and leaves the job site that contributes to saving in money and time. They are increasingly being used as an alternative for traditional vehicles. Drones do not have to cling to traffic rules which allows them to make deliveries in a fraction of time using half of the resources.

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