With FlyNex and KSI Data Sciences, video frames or measurement data from drones can be streamed in real-time. Regardless of location or device. This empowers teams to perform entire remote inspections simultaneously.
Autumn is here. For many, this means that the drone is no longer in the air. But homeowners and managers pay attention: Right now, an inspection flight is particularly worthwhile!
The housing and real estate company ITB from Dresden has been using drones for project development and building management since January this year. We spoke with René Bernhardt from ITB-Dresden GmbH about how drones have been integrated into everyday operations and what has changed since then.
Remote maintenance is a word that we have come across more and more often recently. We explain what this trend is about.
Thanks to high-resolution drone images and artificial intelligence in the evaluation, images can nowadays be evaluated fully automatically in a remarkably short time. Road or building damage of a few centimetres in size can thus be detected and evaluated by computer in a matter of seconds.
Deutsche Telekom shows how modern facility management works with a drone. With FlyNex as a partner and software service provider, secure and legally compliant flights have recently been offered to property owners, property managers, and facility service providers.
Together with ITB GmbH in Dresden, FlyNex performed a real estate survey in January. The ITB GmbH is a specialist for project development and building management. It is responsible for various real estate and properties in Dresden, which will be inspected with drones in the future.
The Munich-based company Casavi offers housing companies and project developers a digital solution for the management and planning of real estate. Casavi and FlyNex illustrate in a joint webinar how drones can be used optimally.
Berlin Airport, Elbphilharmonie, Stuttgart 21: Almost every major city has struggled with a problematic large-scale construction project. With drones, construction can be completed faster - and the opening date met.
Germany's largest cities are facing a common problem: Not enough housing for too many people. The only real solution is to build more homes - and drone technology can help with that.