On Oct. 12, StructionSite announced that it has entered into an agreement to be acquired by DroneDeploy. The company has maintained a relationship with Mike Winn and the DroneDeploy team over the years and is thrilled they can finally share this news.

From the very beginning, Philip Lorenzo, Dan Zito and Matt Daly had a vision to that would transform how traditional job sites were managed and capture the advantages of having remotely accessible records of current site conditions with image data. Today, the industry is benefiting, and StructionSite feels honored to be part of such an important change, with 26,000 projects and growing.

StructionSite has always maintained a laser focus on optimizing for interior capture and with this agreement, they are making reality capture as a category even more accessible and productive from any altitude in a single integrated platform.

This is exciting news for both the StructionSite and DroneDeploy teams and marks a significant step towards achieving their collective missions. For customers of both products, you can expect:

  • A unified reality capture platform. An integrated experience that enables you to understand the reality of your sites from the air and ground, exterior and interior – all in one easy-to-use platform.
  • An accelerated roadmap. By combining the technologies, resources and expertise of the two teams, you can expect an acceleration of StructionSite’s joint reality capture roadmap.
  • More automation, sooner. The industries StructionSite serves have been waiting to automate manual tasks through the deployment of autonomous aerial and ground robots. Combining the advanced ground capture capabilities from StructionSite with DroneDeploy’s deep experience with robotic automation, the vision of autonomous mobile robots being deployed on schedule at scale will also be accelerated.