Map outlines are accurate within 7 cms of their actual position on the ground. Measurement numbers are extracted using these map outlines.
You can get similar accuracy from a property survey is someone moves the measuring wheel exactly along the boundary of the parking lot on the property. And then repeat the exercise of turf, beds and all other features that you measure
SiteRecon users have verified the measurements through site visits and you can see their testimonial in the case study videos.
How does SiteRecon handle a property covered by trees?
SiteRecon combines different sources of imagery to get the most complete picture of the site -
Leaf-off imagery collected during winters to see through tree canopies
Street imagery to get a view from ground
The above sources are combined with the latest high resolution aerial imagery of the site to extract measurements.
Can SiteRecon measure a property that was recently constructed?
Yes. SiteRecon access the best-in-class aerial imagery from Nearmap to extract measurements. Nearmap imagery is collected over 700 cities within the last 1-9 months. The collection frequency depends on how big your city is. The bigger the city, higher the collection frequency.
Can SitRecon measure hundreds of properties in one go?
Yes. It is possible to place bulk orders on SiteRecon. This how it works -
Upload an excel containing the list of addresses and the measurements needed.
Review if the right location and property outline was picked up for the address.
Click on 'Get measurements'
Properties are mapped at a rate of few dozen per day and the support team follows up to ensure that the data is reviewed and approved.
Is there a restriction on the type of properties that SiteRecon can measure?
No. SiteRecon supports measurements for -
HOAs - common areas, private areas
Sub-parts of larger properties
Properties outside cities in continental US - in Alaska, Hawaii, Samoa, Canada, Venezuela and Antarctica.
How do I take the measurements to the field for site visits?
You can open SiteRecon's Plato app on mobile devices. As long as you have an internet connection and a mobile in the field, you can access the maps.
How do I share the data with my team and customers?
SiteRecon enables you to share maps with accounts added to your organization's workspace. Everyone added to the workspace can view the maps and measurements
For people outside the team, you can share a map just like sharing a YouTube video - using a web page link.
Who uses the platform? What is their use case?
The most common users of the platform are -
Business developers - ordering measurements while working on opportunities
Estimators - offloading measurement tasks on the platform
Operations managers - verifying the maps and measurements through site visits
Admin and support staff - helping leadership of their companies execute bulk orders on the platform when they decide to move to a business management software like Aspire.
What does the onboarding process look like?
Once you decide to subscribe, there are five steps to go through -
Signing data license agreement
Paying for platform subscription
Signing up on the platform
Completing the 1-hour training call with SiteRecon team
Ordering first property to measure
Our company doesn't have a lot of volume of property measurements. Will we benefit from it?
Even if you have 50 properties to measure every year, those are 50 opportunities to have smarter pre-bid conversation with prospects, qualify leads faster, increase closing rates and optimally allocate sales reps’ time that you will miss out on if you continue with the old way of measuring properties.
I can't afford it since I've already bought the annual subscription of another property measurement tool.
You have only paid for the software subscription. You haven’t paid the real cost of using it - the cost of time invested into measuring properties and the missed opportunity to have smarter pre-bid conversation with prospects, qualify leads faster, increase closing rates and optimally allocate sales reps’ time that you will miss out on if you continue with the old way of measuring properties.