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3D Modeling for Architectural Use

One of the many services we provide here at 603 Drones, LLC, is 3D modeling. Using a combination of aerial imaging and advanced software platforms, we are able to capture highly-detailed, 3-dimensional, fully-manipulable digital models of any building or structure. These models are then delivered to our clients for use in a range of site-planning activities both before and during construction.

The benefits of 3D modeling to architects, engineers, and construction contractors are enormous. Modeling an existing structure prior to renovations allows the team to view the project from any angle from the comfort of their office desks. They can turn, rotate, slide, zoom, and otherwise manipulate the model to allow for a thorough picture of the project layout. For pre-development projects, the use of modeling allows the team to visualize the layout of the property. An architectural team can then import artist renderings of the future build onto that property.

Modeling also plays an especially important role in historic preservation efforts. A 3D model of an historic building, for example, can show structural degradation to a highly-detailed level. This allows a restoration team to see in advance all of the areas that require immediate attention for the longevity of the structure.

Here at 603 Drones, LLC, we work with our clients to understand their projects and the details that are important to them. We fly our missions under complete safety plans and hold all necessary authorizations and waivers. We work especially hard for our clients to provide a service that goes far and above simple “picture taking”. And we work hard for ourselves each and every day to ensure we continually educate ourselves in new technologies, methodologies, and processes so that we can continue to lead the pack in precision aerial imaging in New Hampshire!

Author: Jeremy

Jeremy Jones is the founder of 603 Media Group and 603 Drones, LLC. He is a FAA Part 107 pilot and has experience flying multiple Small Unmanned Aircraft System (sUAS) platforms in commercial applications. He is also versed in both state and federal regulations as they relate to commercial vs hobbyist sUAS operations and helps new remote pilots to navigate these very tricky subjects.

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