The latest progress in the drone industry indicates that the next big challenge will be efficient handling of the thousands of images that drone inspections create.
Logan Chernicky from Enhanced Visual explains how applying DroneDeploy maps on Scopito has saved his company time by making things more dynamic:
“Taking advantage of both platforms allows us to present our deliverables like never before. DroneDeploy-maps on Scopito saves us and our clients time; we know exactly what we’re looking at and can monitor changes overtime” he says.
When the user zooms in or out the thumbnail images and the comments made (bottom right) accommodate accordingly.
When asked if combining the attributes of DroneDeploy and Scopito has saved Enhanced Visual money, Logan Chernicky answers:
“Not directly, but it has saved us time, and time is money. We can spend less time organizing the data and more time gathering it, benefiting both Enhanced Visual and our clients.” He estimates that the company has saved 50% of the time spent per inspection due to the use of the two platforms. More precisely, he says: “We can organize our inspection data in ½ of the time, and review the images in ½. That roughly means 5-10 hours saved per inspection, depending on the size.”
When it comes to the thing that in the end is the most important to all of us – how we can create more value for our clients and customers – Logan Chernicky explains it this way:
“Scopito displays our geo-referenced images on a map with the direction they were taken. By adding our DroneDeploy maps as the base layer, you can see exactly which part of the infrastructure you are looking at. It makes our services more dynamic as a whole…”(continued here)
For those interested in trying the software for themselves, Scopito is now available on DroneDeploy’s App Market. A 30-day free trial is available for DroneDeploy, and 14 days for Scopito.