Esri Site Scan for ArcGIS
Site Scan for ArcGIS is an end-to-end, cloud-based drone mapping software for imagery collection, processing, and analysis.
Why use Esri Site Scan?
The Site Scan app—part of a larger ArcGIS ecosystem of analytical and sharing tools—allows you to securely process imagery in a scalable cloud environment to create high-quality 2D and 3D products for immediate sharing throughout your organization on any device.
With the Esri Site Scan Manager app, you can maximize the potential of high-accuracy WingtraOne data via measurement and analysis tools to get the answers you need, whenever you need them.
As an Esri Site Scan user, you get unlimited processing and drone data storage without extra hardware investment. Simply upload your geotagged RGB, multispectral or thermal imagery and get started. The app includes a “Checkpoint” feature to verify accuracy and an administrative dashboard for managing users and project permissions, available to users with administrator privileges.
Exceptional 3D reconstruction
Seamless workflow with ArcGIS
Customers can publish their drone data from Site Scan to ArcGIS Online, ArcGIS Enterprise, and ArcGIS Enterprise behind a firewall. Access to this robust ArcGIS environment enables further analysis, sharing and collaboration with stakeholders, and even engagement with the community.
An example of this can be found in our California wildfires use case, where fire damage maps were shared with the communities affected.
Drone data outputs—such as orthomosaics, DTMs, DSMs, point clouds, and textured meshes—are stored in the cloud, and can be viewed and published to ArcGIS Online and shared within your organization or with the public.
Organizations, both large and small, can leverage these seamless workflows within the ArcGIS platform:
- Access an array of analytics and sharing tools
- Overlay high-resolution base map orthomosaics during data collection and mark them up in ArcGIS Field Maps
- Compare time-based imagery through a configurable application using ArcGIS Web AppBuilder
- Enable public transparency in local government by sharing drone photo locations in ArcGIS Dashboards
- Engage the public in the progress of a construction project using ArcGIS Hub
- Overlay drone imagery on wildfire extent data from the ArcGIS Living Atlas
Esri and WingtraOne: bringing high-quality, large-scale 2D and 3D drone data into a powerful GIS ecosystem
Wingtra’s VTOL drone pushes the edge of what commercial drones can offer organizations with dependable broad coverage and high-accuracy. Partnering with Esri expands the possibilities of what can be achieved with the data collected by WingtraOne. Specifically, the ArcGIS platform provides exceptional processing and analytical tools using a continuously-evolving network of apps and tools.
Wingtra + Esri help industries in:
Perform regular flights over construction sites and process in the cloud so all stakeholders have access to the most recent 2D and 3D data. Overlay CAD data and perform QA/QC on the drone data directly in the browser. Create volumetric reports and generate cut-fill maps based on 3D surface models.
See benefits of using drones in construction and infrastructure
Oil & Gas
Map corridors and facilities efficiently and process in the secure cloud environment to generate a single system of record for the data. Generate detailed 3D meshes of assets and terrain to create an accurate digital twin. AchieveGet high-quality reconstructions and trust that your data is protected when sharing across organizations.
Generate wide area imagery products for analysis and planning leveraging the long flight time of the WingtraOne Gen II and the cloud processing power of Site Scan for ArcGIS. Quickly publish data to ArcGIS Online or Enterprise to streamline the analytic workflow.