Pilots and map makers, start your propellers! Today we’re kicking off our very first contest, Map Your Way to a Mavic! If you win, you’re going to get a drone data dream package - a brand new DJI Mavic Pro and ONE YEAR of our Skycatch Pro software plan! We’ll have two winners, one fromcontinue reading.
James Compton, getting ready to do a drone inspection. It's surprisingly simple to make thousands of dollars by flying drones. Up until recently, the majority of folks around the world have simply looked at drones as something cool to do, not fully understanding the insane money making potential drones offer. Before Icontinue reading.
5 Awesome Ways To Bring Skycatch Data Into Your Construction Workflows: Introducing Our Direct Export Feature
Realistic 3D mesh generated by Skycatch - Map by Jacques Eloff At Skycatch we know that when it comes to construction industry workflows, the name of the game is immediacy and flexibility. When you need something, you need it now. Construction professionals depend on a dizzying array of tools, softwares and workflowscontinue reading.
This is the second in a series of articles on Part 107 and complying with FAA regulations. Check out Part 1 and subscribe to our blog to get automatically updated when the next one is published! This week, our guest blogger is Gil Aguilar, a certified flight instructor and sUAS operations expert who performs weeklycontinue reading.
This is the first in a series of articles on Part 107 and complying with FAA regulations. Subscribe to our blog and stay tuned next week for “Tips from a 107 Certificate Holder, Part 2”! Part 107 was a huge leap forward for the drone industry, with the FAA peeling back manycontinue reading.
At Skycatch, we’re constantly improving our tools so that you can make the most out of your drone data. In this newest update, we’ve built in new ways for you to preview your 3D files and easily share your data with others. Instantly preview your 3D data, without needing to download it first. Startcontinue reading.
We're excited to announce the newest update to our DJI iOS flight app! Our team worked hard to incorporate your feedback, and we’ve implemented some key features that we think will make capturing your drone data easier than ever. Full Screen Video With full screen video you can verify settings and functionality of the camera,continue reading.
Thanks to your valued feedback, we’ve done some work under the hood to improve stability and performance of the Dashboard to make your experience even better. You can count on us to do this on every single release. We hope you’ll love the new and improved user experience and awesome new features, including: Automatic OBJcontinue reading.
Drone pilot beginning a mapping mission with the DJI Phantom 4. Here at Skycatch, we’ve learned a tremendous amount from our customers using our platform and from our partners using a variety of systems for capturing aerial data. As you read this article, customers are flying drones at commercial job sites all overcontinue reading.
This morning, FAA rulemakers released a new bill that marks a pivotal moment in the use of drones in the United States. “Part 107,” as it’s called, is a long-awaited addition to federal airspace regulations that makes it much easier and cheaper to operate drones for commercial purposes (like surveying, inspection, and filming). For thecontinue reading.
We’re excited to announce several exciting new updates today. The first is a feature called Flight Direction Control. This feature gives you the ability to set the flight direction in order to optimize for the shape of your flight area. Use Flight Direction Control to set the flight path relative to wind, terrain, and obstacles. COMMANDERcontinue reading.
Ground Control Points: Time-Intensive & Error Prone You’re shaping a hillside as part of a corporate campus project and you think your team has done it to spec, but to know for sure, you have to hire a survey crew to verify. Why verify? Because accuracy matters. If that measurement is off by several meters,continue reading.
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