Location-aware content applications are now an integral part of mobile devices, information kiosks and new desktop solutions. In fact, location content is tightly woven into the technology fabric of our everyday lives - and, more recently, in our businesses.
What does this mean to the world of construction? In short, location content applications, particularly those that operate overhead, empower faster, more cost-effective, reliable decision making. Resource management - people, material and equipment - becomes dramatically more efficient.
Heinz Field - Pittsburgh, PA - Captured September 25th, 2016
The best location content applications rely on a well-architected blend of data and current aerial imagery to deliver new forms of intelligence, especially when it's instantly available in the cloud or tightly integrated inside GIS, BIM and CAD.
Clear imagery provides owners and project teams with an unprecedented ability to visualize details in buildings, streets, landscapes and at jobsites with positional accuracy in real time. This new approach is driving a productive, strategic advantage today, allowing users to see change over time. Imagine the ability to develop quotes and proposals faster than ever before to win more business.
At Nearmap, we believe everyone involved in planning, design and construction, everyone who deploys resources onsite, and everyone in need of managing small - or large-scale projects can dramatically increase productivity using the visual details that only high-resolution aerial imagery provides. Soon Nearmap's location content will enable autonomous driving functionality.
High-resolution aerial imagery increases productivity, customer satisfaction and safety. We're committed to delivering location content to transform today's routine and complex practices.
See this article in ENR.com's latest publication of Technology Today IV: Dynamic Associations, page 18.