Stereographic Mapping and Drones: Taking UAS Mapping to the Limit

McKim & Creed is an employee-owned engineering, geomatics and planning firm with nearly 500 employees in offices throughout the United States. They’re one of the top design firms in the country, and they’ve showcased where and how drone technology is making a difference compared to conventional survey methods as well as how drones are advancing…

OpenDroneMap: a Toolkit for Processing Aerial Drone Imagery

OpenDroneMap (ODM) is an open source project for processing aerial drone imagery, developed by members from OSGEO, the Open Source Geospatial Foundation. While the name OpenDroneMap might sound like a relative of the world map of OpenStreetMap, it’s something entirely different, although still related to open source. ODM is the name of an open source…

How Does Construction Aggregate Supplier Luck Stone Use Drones?

Recently, insights around how Luck Stone is using drones to improve their operations were explored, and concepts such as doing a job better and changing a business approach were mentioned. We’ve talked a lot about how using drones can help avoid significant costs by reducing downtime and increasing safety, but it’s no longer enough to…