[Infographic] Where Drone Imagery Fits into Design Workflows for Architecture Professionals

[Infographic] Where Drone Imagery Fits into Design Workflows for Architecture Professionals
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This article was written by Anthony Jamison, a representative at Drones Services PhoenixAnthony Jamison is the head of the Outreach Department of Drone Services Phoenix, Arizona’s premier aerial photography and videography company. When not working, he still pursues his passion for paying it forward by doing charity works and helping communities.

Nowadays, using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones to survey project sites has become increasingly popular among engineers and builders. For many architects, drones also give them a great vantage point to document and study sites for both marketing and research purposes. 

Renowned architecture and construction firms like SRG Partnership, Bechtel and AECOM are also experimenting with various strategies to incorporate drones into their design workflows effectively. 

Fernando Guerra, one of the best architectural photographers in the world, uses drone photography for most of his projects. He often partners with two other respected architects who also use drones, Eduardo Souto de Moura and Álvaro Siza Vieira

Others, on the other hand, have been using UAVs in their construction and design processes as well as the preliminary analysis of sites and proper documentation of completed projects.

However, builders, engineers, and architects are not the only people who can benefit from aerial drone videography. The use of drones has also become massively popular among businesses as it not only provides an engaging and unique way to capture video footage, it has also been proven to offer dramatic results for marketing campaigns.

Below are five of the most remarkable ways businesses can benefit from the use of drones.

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