Blog content tagged "Earthworks"

Drones in Civil Construction - Today and Tomorrow

Jay Mulakala  / 

Tags: Civil Construction, General Engineering, Earthworks, Drones For Construction

Today, drones are being used across a wide variety of industries including agriculture, real estate, inspections, mining, and construction. These drones are on the cutting edge of technology, equipped with a variety tools that enable them to track site progress, locate and calculate volume of inventory on a site, and even physically assist with different aspects of a construction site. At Kespry, we truly believe in... Read More

Realizing construction's digital future using industrial drones and artificial intelligence

Jitender Aswani  / 

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, Digital Worksite, Earthworks, Industrial Drones, Construction, Aec

Construction is the bedrock for prosperous societies around the world. It will continue being one of the most dynamic industrial sectors over the next 15 years. According to McKinsey Global Institute, the global construction industry will spend $57 trillion on infrastructure projects by 2030. A growth opportunity of this magnitude presents transformational benefits for all players in the industry to address significant structural and procedural challenges... Read More

Expanding construction and engineering use cases with purpose built Earthworks Tools

Jason Nichols  / 

Tags: Earthworks, Construction, Planning, Bidding, Grade Management

Meeting schedules, staying on budget, and following design plans are the core principles for companies performing earthwork operations. Having a balance between these three responsibilities is a difficult task and requires the right combination of technologies to be successful. An enterprise aerial intelligence platform with purpose built earthwork analysis tools is giving construction and engineering companies the power to control the success of a project. Kespry... Read More

The 6 Biggest Uses of Drone Data in Construction

Rosalie Bartlett  / 

Tags: Construction, As-Built Survey, Earthworks, Pre-Construction Survey

Construction companies are using drone data in so many interesting ways. From the pre-construction survey to the as-built survey, here’s a look at the six biggest uses. 1. Pre-Construction Survey Initial drone flights are surveying site conditions to document the baseline topography and pre-existing features. Data is exported into CAD or GIS software packages for civil designs. 2. 3D View Rich 3D Models allow for safe... Read More