Drone involvement in the construction industry is increasing as imaging technology is advancing. Drones are employed in construction sites to contribute to pre-construction planning, monitoring, progress reporting, inventory management and quality checks. Our solutions are designed to obtain accurate, timely and trustworthy data.

Data Collection

More profitable planning and bidding processes – in real time – through the precision of data collection by the HEIFU drone.

Production of Aerial Maps

Minimize errors in Project Management, through the complete identification of the site, the production of aerial maps and reliable measurements.

Project Management

Monitoring of all stages and evolution of projects.


Minimise the risk

The use of drones in the supervision of infrastructures can reduce work accidents by up to 91%.

The inspection of infrastructures – in the construction or maintenance phase – allows to increase the safety of the site and work operations (identifying intrusions by intruders and preventing accidents at work).

Time vs. Decision-making

The areal monitoring – in real time – of the developments of a construction, increases the efficiency in the decision making by those responsible for the construction.

The Role of Drone Technology in Infrastructure

Adaptive drone – Simplified interfaces to ensure the integration of multiple sensors – easily adaptable to different scenarios.

Mission review – Flight History available to review all missions performed and to plan all future missions.

Simplicity in every detail – Autonomous missions only require an area of interest and are automatically available on the platform.


A Class 3 hexacopter powered by a high-capacity battery and controlled by a state-of-the-art flight controller, that can be commanded either by a wireless local radio control or by a remote-control application.


An innovative user-friendly platform providing total remote control of drones in one application integrated with robust functionality that allows creation, monitoring, and review of each mission.


A fixed base station used to increase the accuracy of GPS navigation signals. This will wirelessly send corrections to a moving receiver in real time.