Drones produce comprehensive visual data that supports all aspects of planning, compliance, and monitoring in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction industries. We provide your project site decision makers with the system flexibility they need to easily track progress through each step of the construction life cycle.
Summus’s Aerial Mapping toolkit provides general contractors the equipment, training and technical support they need to elevate their operations through drone deployments.
Aerial imagery helps general contractors to more effectively bid on projects and demonstrate value to the project owner. Accurate aerial information on existing site conditions gives contractors an edge over the competition by demonstrating their depth of understanding in the planning process and allowing all stakeholders to truly visualize the scope of the project and foresee any potential challenges.
Gain valuable insight into the current status of your projects and access historical progress records with Summus's drone-powered Project Documentation solution. Our pilots and data engineers provide recurring drone imagery documentation of your active project sites. Improve team coordination efforts, safety planning, sitelogistics and stakeholder updates, all while integrating seamlessly with your BIM workflows.
Recurring volumetric analysis of material volumes for oversight and planning allows supervisors to compare proposed grading plans with true topographic conditions.
Acquiring detailed inspection photos of complex projects in hazardous environments is a very risky, expensive, and time-consuming process. Stakeholders and project managers can reduce hazardous man hours and increase return on investment by hiring Summus’s expert drone pilots to capture aerial data for damage or defect detection and analysis.
As an alternative method for collecting the information necessary for loss control, underwriting, and claims, drones improve the efficiency and safety of insurance company employees. The aerial data Summus’s drone crews capture