At Highland Access, we provide volumetric surveys for measuring stockpiles on construction sites. By utilising advanced technology, we offer a range of advantages when it comes to stockpile volumetrics.
Completing Surveys Efficiently
One of the biggest advantages of using drones for stockpile volumetrics is speed. Traditional stockpile surveys can take a lot of time to complete, depending on the size of the site. With drones, we can cover large areas quickly and efficiently, significantly reducing the time it takes to complete the survey. This means our clients can get the data they need to make decisions about their projects faster, helping them to stay on schedule and on budget.
Detailed and Informative Data
Another advantage of using drones for stockpile volumetrics is accuracy. Our drones are equipped with high-resolution cameras and sensors that can capture detailed images and data about the stockpile. This data is then processed using advanced software to create accurate 3D models and maps of the stockpile. This level of detail allows our clients to make more informed decisions about their projects and avoid costly mistakes that can arise from inaccurate data.
Minimising Risk of Accidents or Injuries
With drones, we can collect the necessary data remotely, minimising the risk of accidents or injuries on the job site.
Reducing Expenses, Providing Accurate Data
Using drones for stockpile volumetrics is a cost-effective solution for construction projects. Traditional stockpile surveys can be expensive, requiring significant resources and manpower to complete. With drones, we can complete the survey quickly and efficiently, reducing the cost of the survey while still providing accurate data for our clients.
At Highland Access, we are committed to providing our clients with the most advanced and efficient solutions for their construction projects. Our drone-based stockpile volumetric surveys offer a range of advantages, including speed, accuracy, safety, and cost-effectiveness.
Contact us today to learn more about how our drone-based stockpile volumetric surveys can benefit your construction project.