Drones in Architecture
How can drones be used in Architecture?
Drones provide a unique aerial view that provides spacial awareness and relativity to planning and design. An elevated view from a specific height can indicate views and obstructions, allowing for designs to be altered pre-submission.
- Specific altitude panorama surveys
- Line of Sight inspections up to approx 15km
- CGI images – ground and aerial
- Aerial Mapping of entire site as surface for drawings
- Impact analysis surveys and assessments
- Conservation inspections with no building impact
- 3D model of base surface to overlay projects on
Our optical zoom cameras allow us to capture minute details from a safe distance on conservation projects. No scaffolding is required meaning the risk to the building or structure is minimised. High-resolution aerial images are gathered as evidence and assist with documenting defects and the current state of the structure.
3D models can further enhance visualisation, allowing a fully interactive vision of objects from the comfort of your office. Objects can be placed into a scene, such as buildings to help assess how it will impact on the surrounding area and properties
As licensed operators, we provide these services in every county in the Republic of Ireland. We work out a risk assessment to allow us to complete the task and deliver the data you need safely. We take care of all the compliance, planning, risk assessments, and communication with 3rd parties and government agencies, so you don’t have to.