3DR integrates Site Scan with DJI, announces drone data solution

Berkeley, Calif. — 3D Robotics (3DR) announced that it is integrating Site Scan with DJI to make it compatible with DJI drones. According to the company, this integration marks a significant expansion of the Site Scan platform, providing users another workflow option to use whatever drone is best for the application.

DJI drones will work with the same iPad app, Site Scan Field, and seamlessly integrate with all of the same tools in Site Scan Manager. Now, customers can use DJI’s drone hardware and 3DR’s software for managing and analyzing the data that the drones collect.

3DR also announced its Enterprise Atlas platform, a complete drone data solution designed specifically for large and fast-growing companies.

With Enterprise Atlas, users can view data from both DJI and 3DR drones in a single cloud-based portal, and provide secure login credentials to team members, key stakeholders, and clients for project status updates and planning meetings. This helps ensure that the right people have the appropriate data and permissions at every level, from management to owners, employees to subcontractors.

Enterprise Atlas includes:

  • Role & project-based access — Multiple access licenses ensure that the right people have the appropriate data and privileges, from management to owners, subcontractors to employees. With shareable links, remote collaboration and status updates are just a click away.
  • Unlimited, secure storage — Images, data, and flight history are stored in a secured 3DR cloud.
  • Enterprise-ready support — Comprehensive onboarding and implementation designed for organizations of any size, and customized for unique business requirements. Technical phone support is available 12 hours per day, and replacement and loaner vehicles ensure team members can fly whenever they need to.

Ultimately, 3DR said its vision is to have a drone making an impact on every jobsite, helping save time, money, reduce risk, and improve safety.