Ordering an Inspection

Now you’ve created your site the next step is to order an inspection for that site. On the home screen of the platform, click on the site you would like to have inspected. Then click on the button highlighted in green in the picture below to order a new mission.

Selecting your Data Product

Highlighted in green below are the different data products that you can order for your operation. If you would like more information on what each product is, with their deliverables, you can click on the information button highlighted in pink. Select the one that best fits your needs and click next.

Defining area of interest

The next screen will verify if there are any airspace restrictions within the site area you have marked. This is also the last chance to alter any of the site boundaries and make sure that everything you want to be inspected is within the region.

Boundary editing tools

Allows you to draw additional or new boundaries on the map

Allows you to select an existing boundary to then edit them

Using this button you can upload an existing KML to the platform

When you’re ready, click next to proceed to the next window. 


If you have uploaded any overlays or created regions you can also use these layers in order to help you create the operation boundaries accurately.

Data Acquisition method

Here you will have to choose whether you would like to use one of the pilots within Sitemark’s network or you would like to fly the operation yourself. If you would like to fly with a Sitemark pilot you will need to indicate the date range you would like the inspection to take place.

Confirming the operation

Once you have completed these steps you will then be at the final stage, if you are happy that all of the information that you have entered is correct you can confirm the operation and you will have completed a draft operation.

If you have a subscription to a data product, you will be able to confirm the operation straight away. If you require a quote for the operation Sitemark will approve the operation shortly.

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