Do you know why high fidelity, historically accurate aerial imagery is so essential for AEC professionals? It’s not just about gaining confidence for understanding ground truth; it has a lot to do with applying the fundamental benefits of aerial imagery across the project life cycle.
During our recent NAVIG8 2020 event, one of our lead civil engineers, Carrie Wiley, took the time to walk through the benefits of using Nearmap during each phase. If you didn’t get a chance to hear her presentation, you can view it here. But we also captured the highlights from her informative session below, just as a teaser. You'll have to dive in to her short presentation to get all the golden nuggets of information!
When you are getting ready to plan, design, and implement a construction project, how well do you know how to integrate high quality aerial content along the project life cycle?
The current climate with a global pandemic means the demand for using digital tools is greater than ever before. How are you connecting with your teams, regionally or globally? With job sites being shut down or in-person meetings being restricted, you need better, more innovative ways to stay aligned with your project team.
From feasibility studies, to design, to post-construction hand off, leveraging data across multi-disciplinary project teams is essential. You need to stay competitive and profitable, a challenge with the current environment. But by combining the power of visualisation, location intelligence, and collaboration with up-to-date, self-service location content, firms can transform the way they work and gain a compelling way to tell a story.
Questions you need to answer could include, “What are the current conditions at the project site? Will the proposed design fit to the surrounding area? Are there any viable, unforeseen risks?” Get a holistic view of a project site by viewing it from as many angles as possible by using the clear, current imagery of Nearmap.
Using Nearmap 3D reality mesh, easily and clearly communicate to stakeholders the value of a proposed pedestrian bridge.
Help bridge the gap between design and the real world by clearly communicating the value of a project by integrating Nearmap imagery into your workflows. During the planning phase of a project, keep your stakeholders informed by accurately identifying parcel boundaries and easements, map underground utilities to existing features above ground, pinpoint problem areas, and gain additional property insight. All without ever leaving the comfort of your office, wherever it may be.
Has this brief overview been enough to whet your appetite to learn more? We're just getting started, but in order to understand the full value of Nearmap across the AEC Project Lifecycle, visit the US Nearmap NAVIG8 page to learn more.