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We have 230 drone pilots available for construction projects in Tennessee.
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Mike and his team were incredibly professional and accommodating as to my specific requirements. I am a commercial real estate broker and use drones 30 +/- per year across the country for my listings. To say that I have very detailed requirements would probably be an understatement, neverthele...
I have joined Darren to jobs where he's been individually selected to come and finish the assignments other pilots have fallen short of. With the years of experience he has acquired as a remote and private pilot, you can rest assure he will get the job done, no matter the challenge. I can certain...
Kapil and team were incredibly easy to work with, highly communicative and met our expedited timeline. There was even bad weather during our work being complete, but did not at all slow the process down. The quote remained firm from start to end and edits were turned around each time as request...
As Tennessee's construction growth continues to surge, from Knoxville to Nashville and beyond project managers take advantage of exciting new technologies in the industry.
Construction management requires the coordination of resources, time, and people, often in several places at once. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or drones) are prized for their speed, agility, and cost efficiency and are increasingly being used in the construction industry. Drones allow construction project managers to view and assess their job site situation in real time, providing a clear picture of the overall progress and helping to identify issues early. As an article in Equipment World points out, drones let you see a construction site as though first-hand:
“Job progress documentation is very important and it can do a very good job at that. It can get down close and look at things in detail. We can go up and look at things that are very difficult to get to.”