SiteSee Co-Founder Lachlan Crane continued the proceedings by detailing how SiteSee’s technical applications can benefit multiple industry verticals including telecommunications, natural resources, energy, civil and more.
Lachlan also highlighted the ways that our automated capabilities enable us to provide interactive, accurate reality models to deliver useful data for our clients. He handed over to Lucio, who explained the developments to our capture methodology from a more technical perspective.
Lucio detailed how SiteSee places an emphasis on delivering a technical service that is scalable, repeatable, accurate and commercially applicable. To ensure this, SiteSee’s data-capture methodology has been streamlined to leverage off-the-shelf equipment, step-by-step instructions for capturing imagery, and purpose-designed autopilot applications.
Lucio explained how we coordinate the entire capture process from flight path, camera specs, calibration, and ground control, with the intention of optimizing processing efficiency and minimizing our clients’ wait for the final product.
The evening concluded with a panel discussion featuring representatives from Nearmap, FlyFreely, Hovermap, Six Arms as well as a professional drone pilot – who collectively represent a sample of the services and technologies that are contributing to end-to-end solutions for enterprise clients. The goal of the panel was to identify and reflect on our businesses’ current approaches, and how we can work towards end-to-end reality modelling solutions collaboratively.
During the panel, professional drone pilot David Alam, from Australian Drones, described his experience on a recent data-capture course with SiteSee as an “eye-opener”. David emphasized that the course enhanced his understanding of the collaborative processes required to deliver a quality product that meets client needs.