FARGO, ND, November 23, 2016 — Botlink is now available for DJI™ owners, and is accepting orders for its DJI quadcopter drone bundles designed specifically for the construction industry.
The Botlink Fly platform enables DJI drone users to plan survey missions from a tablet or smartphone and easily processes that data into orthomosaic maps and topographic models. Existing DJI drone owners can download the application for their Android device starting today.
The Botlink Builder Bundles includes the option of a DJI Phantom 4 with 4k camera or a DJI Inspire 1 V2.0 with swappable Zenmuse X3 camera, as well as batteries, charger, propellers, memory card, travel case and one-year subscription to Botlink flight control and image processing. Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) or drones can be used throughout the construction project, providing pre-construction surveys for more accurate bids, aerial imagery for planning meetings and logistics, inspections for quality control, historical data for as-built documentation, safety monitoring and more.
Do More With Procore©
Botlink’s aerial sensor data integrates with Procore construction management software, enabling worksite managers to auto-export image files from a drone directly to a project within the Procore system.
Botlink and Procore make actionable data available on and off site for more informed planning meetings and faster decision making at all levels.
Order and Download
Construction managers interested in the Botlink Builder Bundle can find pricing information or order a bundle by visiting store.botlink.com, emailing BuilderBundle@botlink.com or calling 701-412-2988 (ext. 2).
For those who currently own a DJI drone, the Botlink Fly tablet app & cloud services deliver the benefits of the bundle with a simple subscription. Download Botlink Fly from the Google Play Store to get started.
Botlink is a user-friendly control, safety, and data delivery platform that makes integrating drones into workflow simple and affordable, giving customers the real-time insight they need to make business decisions. Botlink integrates with users' existing industry analysis tools, while eliminating the problems that prevent many users from incorporating Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) technology, such as a lack of aviation knowledge, stringent FAA flight guidelines and limited aircraft endurance. The company is based in Fargo, N.D.