I just emailed this to a rep at Drone Deploy as well.
I just took your webinar on roofing inspections today, and looked through your sample report. Here is an idea.
I noticed most slopes that are listed in the report are close to a whole number. Like 2.9/13, or 6.2/12. Since we can determine that these are actually inaccuracies in the analysis, probably 99 times out of 100, why not round up or down to the next whole number.
In building roof structures, one almost always only deals in whole number pitches, especially if your report has variations of say, 5.9/12 and 6.2/12. The actual number in almost every instance would be 6/12 pitch.
Your report is giving non corrected readings, which are incorrect reading most times, thus by design, adding inaccuracies into the report.
I may add, a knowledgeable contractor who sees a report with variables like this in roofing, AUTOMATICALLY will see limitations in said report.
30 years experience in construction