n a recent webinar with Virtuosity, a Bentley Company, Eye-bot discusses the advantages of drone photogrammetry over conventional surveying. Dakota Campbell, Geospatial Analyst at Eye-bot Aerial Solutions presented how Eye-bot successfully generated topographic and CAD deliverables with survey-grade accuracy of an unsafe and inaccessible embankment.
At times, conventional field surveys of these unstable slopes are not safe or simply inaccessible due to site conditions. In this case study, we examine how Eye-bot deployed their advanced data acquisition technologies to prepare an existing-condition topographic survey CAD deliverable with survey-grade accuracy of a failed embankment that had these exact characteristics (unsafe, inaccessible).
VEERUM and Eye-Bot Aerial Solutions have partnered to deliver innovative digital solutions for clients in the rail & transportation industry; in addition to use cases in oil and gas, construction, and infrastructure. Currently, asset owners rely on out of date or unlinked data for vital decision making.
Drones are a great platform, or tool, for collecting large amounts of high-quality data. But there are many ways drone data collection services can collect and package that data from video, photographs, thermography, multispectral maps, and photogrammetry to 3D reality models and point clouds.
Drone Data is king. Employing predictive analytics will enable safety and operations personnel to target their efforts as opposed to general inspections. This will not obsolete humans; rather, this will generate both cost savings and efficiency gains by targeting the efforts of these professionals
Commercial UAV News spoke with Jake Lydick to learn more about Eye-bot, his ideas about how 3D models can enhance workflows now and, in the future, and much more.
Everyday drones are used to conduct bridge inspections and to monitor construction projects. Our drones were used to capture data from damage caused by a tornado in April 2020.
The advantages of using drones for high-resolution data capture is understood by many to include remote inspections and remote surveys. Drone data capture is far safer than a man armed with a ladder, and oftentimes much more cost-effective.
When it comes to monitoring the progress of large-scale construction projects, completing routine inspections or spotting safety hazards..