Web Based Drone Construction Progression Reports

  • Ease of access for all interested parties
  • Secured information that only clients can access
  • Unique layouts based on client requirements
  • 2D Models, 3D Models, Still Images, Video Progression, 360 Images, Virtual Tours, and more available

Sample Outputs Below

Drone construction progression reports are often delivered to builders via Dropbox, Google Docs, and other sharing platforms.  Often times raw or edited content is handed over to clients for final assembly.

With web based progression reports from RLC Design and AZ Drone we offer simple to use formats based on your specifications for ease of use, and fast delivery to all parties invested in your project.

Below you'll find a sample layout showing some of the tools we use for Construction Progression Reports.  Similar pages can be rendered for new clients based on their needs.  To learn more get in touch with us today.

Sample Progression Video,  Stills, and 2D Orthomosaic Model

This demo page has been assembled from an actual ongoing project for AZ Drone.  Over the course of the new construction project AZ Drone will provide video and stills of the job site's progression.  This page represents the first official flight at the client location in Prescott Arizona.

Included on this page is a 3 minute flight video showing off the main features of the new construction, and a slideshow of still images from the job site as well.  Additionally, an interactive 2D Orthomosaic has been included to show overall site progress at a glance.

This particular project will span several months  Each month a new page will be created where viewers can see the latest flight (following the same path) and updated still images, and Orthomosaics.

Progression Video 1

This video was captured July 20th, 2019 at 3470 Lee Circle, Prescott AZ on behalf of CW Builders, LLC.  Each month a new video will be added following the same flight paths exactly to show the overall job site progress.

Job Site Stills

Still images shot on July 20th, 2019.  All image locations and shot setups have been recorded and will be re-shot each month to show the progression at the construction site.

Each image will display for 4 seconds and then move on to the next image.  Viewers can use the left and right arrow keys on the slide show to move ahead or move back.

Orthomosaic Full Job Site

July 20th & 27th Orthomosaic

The image below contains 2 images.  One image shows the overall job site as of July 20th, the second shows the site on July 27th.  Use the slider to reveal each full orthomosaic image.