Kent based surveyors GPM2 Design have chosen COPTRZ, the commercial drone experts, to provide equipment and training that will enable them to provide aerial surveying and inspection services to their clients. It is envisaged that the investment in drone technology will help deliver greater speed, efficiency, and safety in their operations.
Having won several new contracts including local NHS building inspections, GPM2 were have invested in the latest state-of-art UAV technology that will enable them to produce high-spec 3D point clouds from photographs captured during a drone flight.
After an initial consultation and needs analysis, GPM2 were supplied with a complete surveying-specific package including the recently released DJI Matrice 200 industrial drone, DJI X5S camera and CAA drone training for two members of staff.
Mark Brown, UAV Strategist at COPTRZ explains “We are proud to be working with GPM2 and enabling them to get maximum benefit from their drone strategy. This is why COPTRZ exists. Industrial grade drones have improved drastically in recent months, and as a result, we are seeing more surveying businesses invest in drones that can help them provide services safer, faster and cheaper. I am delighted that with the release of the DJI Matrice 200 we now have a drone that is perfectly suited to the construction industry.”
To find out more about how COPTRZ are helping to revolutionize surveying businesses, please call 0330 111 7177 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
- COPTRZ was formed in 2016 and provides specialist services to the commercial UAV market to help businesses to access the benefits of drone technology.
- COPTRZ is the world’s first and only company offering continuous personal development to drone pilots. As well as selling the very latest drones, it offers training packages tailored for both individuals and companies looking to continuously develop and expand their drone skills and businesses.
- PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), the commercial drone market will be worth US$127 billion worldwide by 2020.
- COPTRZ surveyed 45,000 commercial drone pilots in June and it was reported that the surveying industry represents the greatest potential for the use of drones.