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DRONE IN NIGERIA CONSTRUCTION.

Nigeria No1 Drone CompanyINTRODUCTION

Construction and Infrastructure industries make use of the drone for numerous reasons but specifically used to capture real-time images from the field. The introduction of drone technology in construction and infrastructure industries has helped eliminate so many human errors.

Drones provide construction teams with an overhead view of job sites, materials, machinery and people.

WHY DO I NEED DRONE TECHNOLOGY IN CONSTRUCTION SITE?

  1. To effectively pre-plan activities to be carried out on the site: When a map is created with pre-planned data (derived from drone image), it reveals that a certain area is in a floodplain, that is probably not the best place to build. Hence designers and architects get a clear sense of how a new building might look next to an existing one.
  2.  Safety concerns are noted: Access points where civilians could enter the work area and potentially hurt themselves are been revealed using drone technology.
  3.  To keep a record of progress and to note problems and delays that may occur: Maps created with drone data can be created regularly and sent to a project manager, who can use them to plan and monitor progress, a crucial part of avoiding delays that can cause a project to go over budget.
  4. To render up to date report to clients/ customers: Handful written reports showing images created by a person manually walking the site isn’t nearly as comprehensive. This kind of report couldn’t be used for the same kind of in-depth analysis of a site to understand everything that happened there.
  5.  To create 3D and orthomosaic maps: Photos, videos, 3D models, and orthomosaic maps created with drone data can be used to provide clients with detailed, real-time reports on how things are progressing on-site.

WHAT TO CONSIDER AS A CONTRACTOR TO CARRY OUT EFFECTIVE PROJECTS IN NIGERIA

Contractors should know that having a drone program is becoming essential, but having it implemented internally is not practical for everyone.

However, contractors would benefit from partnering with a specialized drone service subcontractor.

These specialists can help decide the best products and approach for the specific project and ensure that local and federal regulations regarding the use of airspace are followed. They also have trained and NCAA-licensed operators.

 

PREVIOUS PROJECTS & ACTIVITIES

Geoinfotech has also been at the frontier of several GIS, Drone and Remote sensing based projects

200 Hectares Land and Drone Survey – Lagos Nigeria

200 Hectares Land and Drone Survey – Lagos Nigeria

Inspection of 30 hectares drainage

Inspection of 30 hectares drainage

Drainage Drone Mapping and Surveying in Lagos Nigeria

Drainage Drone Mapping and Surveying in Lagos Nigeria

GIS Cadastral Mobile Application

GIS Cadastral Mobile Application

Abuja Topographical Map – HD GIS Mapping

Abuja Topographical Map – HD GIS Mapping

Ground Topography Survey (Lagos Island)

Ground Topography Survey (Lagos Island)

2.7km2 Topography Survey in Snake Island

2.7km2 Topography Survey in Snake Island

GIS Masterclass

GIS Masterclass

Kwara 5,000 Km2 Drone Survey and Mapping in Nigeria

Kwara 5,000 Km2 Drone Survey and Mapping in Nigeria

SOKOTO CONTOUR MAP

SOKOTO CONTOUR MAP

NDVI Vegetation Assessment in Lagos State

NDVI Vegetation Assessment in Lagos State

Lagos drone training master class

Lagos drone training master class

Ifako drone topographic survey and mapping

Ifako drone topographic survey and mapping

CMD Lagos 3D mapping aerial modeling

CMD Lagos 3D mapping aerial modeling

GIS and Drone Masterclass

GIS and Drone Masterclass

Drone aerial survey and mapping – Lagos Island _ Somolu

Drone aerial survey and mapping – Lagos Island _ Somolu

Covic-19 | Nigeria Data Visualisation

Covic-19 | Nigeria Data Visualisation

BENUE FLOOD ANALYSIS

BENUE FLOOD ANALYSIS

Aerial photography Ile-Ife Osun State

Aerial photography Ile-Ife Osun State

Kenya Forest Project

Kenya Forest Project

Tunsun Consultants Ltd

Tunsun Consultants Ltd

Introduction To Gis In Maritime at the National Boundary Commission

Introduction To Gis In Maritime at the National Boundary Commission

Training on GIS and Drone Mapping (batch-4 & 5)

Training on GIS and Drone Mapping (batch-4 & 5)

Osun Flood Mapping

Osun Flood Mapping

Lahass International Limited

Lahass International Limited

Linguistic Association of Nigeria

Linguistic Association of Nigeria

West African Indexing Services

West African Indexing Services

LAGOS, IKEJA ROAD NETWORK MAP

LAGOS, IKEJA ROAD NETWORK MAP

LASU Land Regularisation Portal

LASU Land Regularisation Portal

Lingua Plus International

Lingua Plus International

Lagferry Web Route

Lagferry Web Route

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