Drone Technology in Architecture, Engineering and Construction: A Strategic Guide to Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operation and Implementation

 

Authors

Daniel Tal, Jon Altschuld

 

Info

The primery focus of this book is how to implement and use drones as it related to architecture, engineering, and construction projects.“A Strategic Guide to Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operation and Implementation “is a road map to implement UAVs through process driven steps with an emphasis on a AEC (Architecture Engineering and Construction)projects.

This guide should be more than enough to get any reader started with flying a drone, getting insured/licenced, and collecting basic site and project data.

 

This book is Written for

“A Strategic Guide to Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Operation and Implementation “is intended for anyone interested in using drones particularly on a professional level. This includes hobbyists’ architects, landscape architects, surveyors, engineers, planers and professionals working in exterior built and non-built environment.

 

Content

Part1: Introduction to Drone Practice

1.How to Use this Book
2.A Paradigm Shift in Viewing the World
3.Drone Data Visualization as a Full Cycle Tool

Part 2: Getting Off the Ground

4.Buy In
5.Getting Started
6.Documentation, Permissions
7.Best Practices for Flying Drones

Part 3: Acquiring and Working with Drone Data

8.Imagery and Videos
9.Photogrammetry
10.Working with 3D Models
11.The Future of UAVs

 

Print Length

176 Pages

 

Publisher

Wiley

 

Dimensions

18.54 x 0.76 x 23.11 cm

 

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