Abraham

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  1. Hi Nick, From a professional stand point, there is may concerns in using a drone system and you need to ask a boat load of questions before investing. Creating as built condition has many factors for example what is the final deliverable, what tolerances are exceptable, is the area populated, what are my restrictions, is the client looking for building structures or GIS information, and the list goes on depending the client. From a LS stand point can the results of your replicated by conventional means to help support your findings? There is a business model that supports using drones but you also need to have back office support to put together the information together that can QA/QC before the client receive the information. If your heart desires is to continue, I would suggest to start collecting information on how to properly create as built condition of dirt and stone piles for volume calculations. Regards Abraham
  2. Hi Ali, NYC has a huge opportunity, only problem is flying a UAS is very restricted in heavily populated areas. Using a combination of lidar and photogrametry is the best solution depending on the job, weather and site conditions. As David mentioned before integration with your BIM progress will save time and huge mistakes that can and will effect time table and dollars lost in future revenues due to not meeting deadlines. I can talk further but this forum is ment more for drone application, even thou I love flying my drone. You can reach out to me if you want to talk further. Happy flying
  3. Hi, Have questions on location of job site? Do you have a scope of work?
  4. Why are you specifing a payload of 2 to 2.5 kg? Are you requiring to add a load to the drone? Do you have a specification of scope of work? What is the end deliverable?