Thanks, it would be amazing if we could! As far as a contact the Owners name is Mikie Rorie, but I have spoken to their tech department a few times who says they cant import drone maps into their system.
In regards to what we do, we use it for the following:
-Square footage of turf, and how much of it to be cut with each mower type (walk behind, ride on, push mower) then we use those production #'s to create a proposal
-Square footage of mulch (again used to estimate material for proposal)
-Square footage of lots for plowing proposal
-Linear foot of edging around garden beds and linear feet of sidewalk for edging/clearing snow.
Lastly we use it to identify all types of areas for our crews both plowing and maintenance. Examples: where to plow snow, where fire hydrants are, areas that need extra salt, handicapped spaces that require extra attention etc. For maintenance: Areas that get mowed bi-weekly, monthly or what type of mower to be used. Any areas that require specific attention like SWMP's etc.
As you can see, its very useful for us, but we do many new properties, and their maps are outdated so we can usually only use it on older properties since they haven't changed much since the 2006 aerial photos were taken. It really sets us back.
If we could figure a solution that would be great!
Thanks for your attention to this matter.