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Prodrone Australia



Safest Solution Possible

Drones Saving Lives

Our goal at Prodrone Australia is to provide the most comprehensive data collection and deliverables all whilst standing firmly on the ground. Here is why we are so passionate about safety. Between 1 January 2003 and 31 December 2015: • 359 workers were killed following a fall from a height—11% of all workers killed over this period. • Half of these falls involved falling three metres or less. • The greatest number of fatalities involved falling from roofs (59) and ladders (54). • Workers aged 45 years and over made up 65% of those who died. • The construction industry accounted for 37% of falls-related fatalities. These statistics are unacceptable and yet they still happen every day. The future of safety is here and Prodrone Australia want to help make a difference.

  • Giving that we have a combined 30+ years experience in the construction industry we understand that photos of a structure simply aren’t good enough.
  • We actively seek the causation of the problem in the first place whether it be storm related, maintenance related or design defect.
  • Our software is capable of creating scale digital twins of structures giving us the ability to observe inaccessible areas and provide lineal and squared measurement accuracy of within 10mm.
  • We provide detailed aerial inspections and create comprehensive reports tailored for builders in the insurance industry.
  • The reports we provide contain relevant information to plan and complete works quickly and efficiently eg. lineal metres of damaged gutters, number of tiles to be replaced, m2 of damaged colorbond roof, temporary access placement for works to be completed, site descriptions etc all information builders need to plan and complete works promptly without having to attend site.
  • We also have also partnered with a scaffolding company Proline Scaffolding Pty Ltd, giving us the ability to not only assess and provide detailed inspection reports but also being able to erect the scaffolding promptly for trades to complete their works cheaper and quicker by creating a streamlined headache free process from start to finish.

“Drones have completely revolutionised the safety standard in the construction industry”


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Big Data in Little Time

Drones turbocharging information delivery

You might not think of drones in the context of big data but they are very efficient tools for capturing lots of information that can help you proactively identify and resolve potential problems in the field.

We at Prodrone Australia provide data collection via photos and/or videos then process that information into maps, models and annotation reports which provide insights to help you make better decisions related to job site safety and planning.

What would usually take weeks of planning Drones can do in minutes. All without the risk of falls from heights whilst providing a much more comprehensive data set compared to mobile phone photos.

Drone Services for Planning

Maximise your Site Efficiency

Managing a construction project is no small task. From tracking site progress and monitoring safety, to overseeing subcontractors and keeping stakeholders informed, there is almost no end to the amount of coordination you face on any given day.

It’s no wonder project managers on job sites of all sizes are adding drone services to their arsenal.

Aerial photos, maps, and 3D models have the power to transform your workflow. Not only can drones save your project money and resources but they also give your team a rich set of data for more informed communication and decision making. By spending less than an hour mapping your job site, you gain access to an unprecedented amount of knowledge about nearly every aspect of your project.

Drones simplify communication and information sharing, both internally and externally. Keep everyone aligned and informed with up-to-date, easily digestible visual data.

Our software is cloud based, so it’s easy to share annotated maps between team members in real time, or keep external stakeholders up-to-speed on the progress of a project through share links and interactive 3D models of a job site.


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Sharing an interactive 3D model allows customers, collaborators, and stakeholders to explore a job site remotely. This gives them a 360 perspective of the entire project.

We can easily calculate how many square meters of roof to put down, how much square meterage of concrete is left to pour. If you’re trying to figure out truck access, we can measure the width of a road or gate or how much room needs to cleared out for material to make the site clean and organised.

If you are a project manager looking to bring drones to your job site, Prodrone Australia have got you covered.

Aerial Inspections for Roofing and Insurance

Modernise your workflow

Working in the solar, insurance, or roofing industries, chances are you’ve heard about drones. And for a good reason, drones are fundamentally changing the way industries operate.

Roofing professionals, contractors, insurance adjusters, and solar installers use drone maps and 3D models to quickly and accurately inspect, measure, and design roofs and solar panels—all from the safety of the ground.

The latest drone technology—like aerial mapping, thermal imaging, digital terrain modelling and millimetre accurate measurement tools—gives you a rich set of data to streamline your workflows and generate real-time insights. High-resolution drone maps far surpass imagery gathered by satellite or manned aircraft in accuracy, accessibility and cost.

Recent advancements in computer vision and machine learning help eliminate error and deliver automated roof measurements with up to 99% accuracy. And all of this is done up to 3x faster than traditional methods, saving time and resources in the field.

With results like this, it’s no surprise that roofers, inspectors, adjusters, and surveyors are all turning to drones.

Roof inspection is dangerous and time-consuming work and maintaining accuracy and consistency within a set of rooftop measurements can be challenging. Manual measurement is inefficient and often results in errors or missed information, requiring teams to follow up with a secondary inspections.

With drones, you no longer have to worry about inaccurate data or having to return to a site to gather missed information. Unlike other solutions, the data you’re working with is up-to-date, so you’re not dealing with imagery that is weeks or months old.

With high-resolution drone maps and models, roof inspections and measurements becomes safer, streamlined and more accurate. Here are some of the benefits of leveraging a drone solution in the solar, insurance and roofing sectors:

High-Resolution Maps and 3D Models

Unlike traditional methods, drones take minutes to collect roof data. Once we get back to the office, we process and export your data for further analysis.

Accurate and Consistent Measurements

Prodrone Australia’s analysing software uses computer vision and machine learning algorithms to generate measurements that are 99% accurate. This eliminates the potential for measurement error, and makes it possible to measure square meterage, roof features, pitch, surface area, and slope consistently across every site.

Visual and Thermal Inspection from the Safety of the Ground

Your team no longer has to scale a ladder or walk out on a ledge to complete a visual inspection. With drones, you can safely inspect dangerous or inaccessible areas. Pinpoint issues—such as cracks, leaks, and damage—with high-resolution orthomosaic and thermal maps eliminating the need to climb a roof unless it requires repair.

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Insurance Claims

Gaining a full picture of structural issues is an important part of processing insurance claims. Drones allow your team to gather on-demand information in a fraction of the time compared to traditional methods—so you can work quickly to identify issues, fast-track claims, and help clients make repairs. With a high-resolution drone map in hand, locating damage—such as broken shingles, punctures and penetration, leaks, and cracks—is much more efficient.

When a building sustains damage during a natural disaster, gathering timely, accurate information is crucial. Sometimes, of course, a site may not be accessible after a disaster. Even if it is, this process can take months with manual inspection. Drones help make the inspection process faster, safer, and more manageable.

Fast track insurance appraisals and estimates with drone data. Thoroughly and safely inspect roofs for faster, more accurate appraisals. Share maps, photos, and 3D models with collaborators instantly to kick off the process before our team even leaves the job site.


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Drone technology will continue to grow for both residential and commercial applications. You can also expect to see an increase in the amount of drone data captured by thermal cameras. This will give you even more detailed information about what’s happening on a job site.

So what does this mean for your company? For starters, you don’t want to get left behind as this wave of innovation sweeps the industry. As contractors race to digitise the job site, you can bet that your competitors will turn to drones to help cut costs, win bids, finish projects on time, and make the workplace safer for employees.

Drones already optimise construction workflows, from tracking progress and forecasting risk to inspections, risk management, and accident investigations. The key is that all of the data from these workflows can be easily distilled to help you make real-time decisions to safeguard the health and welfare of everyone on a construction site. By keeping workers out of harm’s way, drone mapping can help companies small and large alike cultivate safety-first culture.

If you’re serious about reducing worksite hazards you should actively be considering using drones and aerial imagery.


Found the team at Prodrone very quick and efficient in returning reports – very professional to deal with.

Kind Regards
Rachel Sullivan
101 Munibung Rd Cardiff NSW 2285

Pro Enterprises (NSW) Pty Ltd trading as Prodrone Australia ABN is 31 633 954 159

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Jordan Eastwood 0406 188 237 | James Hellegers 0425 744 759
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  • Prodrone Australia services the Sydney metropolitan area, north to Gosford, west to Blue Mountains and south to Kiama.
  • Prodrone Australia also has $20 million Public liability insurance.
  • Prodrone Australia pilots are licensed, registered and insured.
  • Prodrone Australia pilots have a REPL (Remote Pilot Licence), REOC (Remote Operators Certificate), AROC (Aeronautical Radio Operators Certificate).