Propeller Aero and Wingtra Join Hands to Deliver Faster, Smarter Drone Surveys for the Construction and Earthworks Industry

The Propeller Platform and WingtraOne drone alliance, designed exclusively for the construction and earthworks industry, makes it simple for construction professionals to capture survey-grade data throughout their entire worksite, consistently and reliably.

FREMONT, CA: Propeller Aero, the drone data visualization and analytics platform, and Wingtra, the professional Vertical Take Off and Landing (VTOL) drone manufacturer for mapping and surveying, have partnered to provide construction and earthworks companies around the world with highly accurate site data and 3D mapping.

The Propeller Platform and WingtraOne drone alliance, designed exclusively for the construction and earthworks industry, makes it simple for construction professionals to capture survey-grade data throughout their entire worksite, consistently and reliably. What used to take days or weeks to complete can now be done in hours with greater accuracy and reliability.

Surveyors put Propeller AeroPoints (smart ground control points) on their workplace, then fly the WingtraOne drone to collect data from the workplace. Survey photographs are sent to Propeller's cloud-based platform, where completely automated geotagging and photogrammetry processing is finished within 24 hours.

"Many Propeller customers are flying massive mines, road and railway projects, and other large sites, and are seeing the value of VTOL drones for their operations," stated Jack Nachazel, Customer Success Engineer at Propeller Aero. "Our partnership with Wingtra meets a significant demand in the industry for more efficient and highly accurate survey data that supports not only time and cost savings, but also reliable data you can trust."

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