San Francisco’s Salesforce Tower deploys drones to inspect its 1,070-foot-tall façade

Release Time 2019年3月14日

Salesforce Tower, San Francisco’s tallest building, can be seen for miles around the Bay Area.

But to inspect the building’s exterior for potential damage, owner Boston Properties needed to get close. So it enlisted a drone.

At 1,070 feet, the tower is a major example of the growing use of drones for building and construction inspections. — San Francisco Chronicle

The SF Chronicle writes about the increasing deployment of flying high-tech equipment to cut down on the inspection time (and cost) on very large buildings, such as Salesforce Tower: “The small aircraft, which now have high definition cameras, are cheaper, faster and safer than traditional human inspections, said Zeev Braude, CEO of SiteAware, which created the drone software used in the Salesforce Tower inspection.”