With a fleet of Autel and DJI drones, your project is only limited by your imagination. From aerial mapping to a photo shoot at sunset, Drone View GIS will work tirelessly to complete your job on time and at the highest level possible.
Mr. Garza has been mapping since 1995. He began as a Computer-Aided Design (CAD) technician and eventually found his calling, Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and drone mapping. As a consultant, he has supported law firms, environmental consulting firms, engineering firms, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
FAA Part 107 Certified Drone Pilot
GIS Professional (GISP)
Spatial Information Systems Certification (SIS)
Every project begins with great data management. Drone View GIS stores, manages, updates, and delivers your work utilizing the latest in GIS technology. From pre-planning to final delivery, your work organized the way you need it, when you need it.
Drone View GIS is well versed with video editing utilizing DaVinci Resolve Studio, the motion picture and film industry standard. Raw or normal color profiles can be converted to stunning final videos that captivate, demand attention, and move your audience with different emotions.
The new PGA Golf Course and Headquarters in Frisco Texas is exciting and coming Spring 2023. It includes 665 acreas of rolling hills and is located just south of Highway 380 and one mile west of the DNT.
Drone View GIS is certified to fly at night. Night time flights are different and require a heightened sense of situational awareness and safety.
Mapping includes ortho-rectified mosaics, 3D modeling, DSMs, DTMs, 3D-point clouds, contours, and various maps and map data. With an extensive background in CAD and GIS, Drone View GIS is capable of delivering the correct data for all kinds of job types and industries.
PGA of America in Frisco, Texas - Fall 2022
Oblique Aerial (March 2022) - Cottonwood Creek Greenbelt
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Drones change the approach to construction projects that benefit costs savings, geographical planning, overall efficiency, progress monitoring, and aerial inspections.
Progress Monitoring – Progress monitoring is a beneficial tool for maintaining a schedule and to help prevent project overruns. Project visibility can be shared with stakeholders and investors who need to monitor the status of the project.
Geographical Planning – Site analysis is greatly beneficial in achieving an understanding of the sites general landscape, drainage, elevation, and vegetation.
Mapping – Drones provide a higher level of detail and precision compared to public sources and widely used satellite imagery. Data from drones have many applications including 3D modeling, ortho-rectified mosaics, and oblique aerials.
We can also provide the following:
On-site Inventory – Monitor building materials and deliveries. Create ingress and egress maps to assist vendors with delivery location and exit routes. Monitor existing levels of inventory.
On-Site Inspections – Periodic inspections help to assure overall project status and safety resulting in cost savings.
Stockpile Measurements – Fuel costs, labor costs, and haul rates continue to rise. Stockpile measurements can help determine the number of truckloads required to transport materials off-site to prevent unnecessary spending.
Photography and Video – High altitude photography and video creates a “wow-factor” with viewers, marketing campaigns, and social media.
Roofing – The use of drones can reduce costs by projecting area estimations, calculating materials, and increase safety.
Asset Management – Safely track and monitor city wide lights, signs, cameras, and temporary fixtures using geo-located pictures.