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Sky Ladder Drones Projects

Listed below are some examples of projects we’ve done for customers here in California — we hope this trigger some ideas on how you might be able to use our drone mapping, inspection services and construction progress photos for your own projects. We are always excited to hear about customer specific needs… and special ways you want your data delivered — so give us a call!

As you can see, our flights capture high-quality aerial data, analyze it, and create detailed, precision maps of up to 1,400 acres per day, per drone, for immediate and exact inspections and monitoring.

The Point Dume Club in Malibu, California suffered a big tragedy in November 2018 — they lost 3 homes due to the Woolsey Fire. It could have been a lot worse — the heroic actions by owners and residents saved many other homes. View the aerial map and 3D model you can clearly see how the fire passed-up the valley and destroyed almost every house across the valley to their West.

The Sky Ladder Drones team donated their services to the community to help them document the damage from the fire. Also, these high-resolution maps will help identify areas of potential mudslides and assist with future fire management.

See the power of 2D Mapping…. check out what the Madrona Marsh looked like before and after a string of storms. These images were created by combining 360 drone photographs into an orthomosaic image. Do you have a remodel, construction project or even a wildlife preserve you want to track over time? Sky Ladder Drones can help you create high definition maps — and you control when and where you share the maps. Give us a call or drop us an email.

See the power of 3D modeling…. and see Little Company of Mary Hospital come to life. This was a test project for a cutting-edge architecture firm. Having an electronic model allows their architects and designers to remove/add buildings to help their clients visual what their designs will look like within the current environment.