GPS and drone tech speeds up project

By Leila Steed07 April 2021

Bauer Umwelt, the environmental division of Bauer Resources, has used an aerial drone and GPS technology to survey and construct an excavation pit for a residential development in Germany.

The Pandion Verde project comprises the construction of three residential complexes in the Neuperlach District on the outskirt of Munich. It will see a total of six houses and 256 apartments built on an area of around 20,000m2.

Bauer Umwelt used the drone to take detailed images of the site. These were then used to evaluate the amount of material that needed to be moved.

According to the company, which has now completed construction of the excavation pit, use of the drone also “revealed a discrepancy of a few centimetres between the excavation pit and the design”...Sign in to continue reading.

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