Need to take a close look at something without getting close to it because it’s going to:
- be difficult to access?
- be dangerous to get close to?
- require expensive scaffolding or a cherry picker?
- time consuming to organise?
- all of the above?
Using one of our drones we can capture high definition video or high resolution images that can be used by a qualified professional to carry out a visual inspection (please note, as you might expect, images on this website have been downsized and saved at a lower quality for use on the web).
- For a fraction of the cost
- for much lower risk than traditional inspection methods
- with a much quicker turnaround time
- in places that may otherwise be in accessible or extremely difficult and dangerous to get to
and turn around the data to give you actionable insights almost immediately.
We can capture high resolution digital photos and video of the areas being inspected. We can also live stream the video feed for viewing via our YouTube channel.
The resulting data can be viewed as individual images, or using drone mapping technology, we can stitch together multiple nadir images to produce 2D maps, or nadir and oblique images to create 3D models of the areas being assessed.
We can work alongside qualified inspectors/surveyors to capture the data under their direction, or provide it all for inspection off site at a later time/date.
Reduce or completely eliminate the need for working at height by using one of our drone surveys to give you access to areas that would otherwise require complex operations to get to.
Businesses and local authorities are already saving themselves huge amounts of money this way, can you really justify not doing it?
These kind of inspections are ideal for checking:
- Wind turbines
- Derelict structures
- Potentially unsafe structures
- Towers and other tall buildings
Please note that at present we are only able to capture visual data. However we would be more than happy to discuss your project with you if you need other data capturing, such as thermal, ndvi, etc, as we are always looking to expand our offering.
We are not, nor to do we claim to be qualified surveyors and in any circumstances where a professional opinion is required we recommend that you get a qualified professional to assess the data that we capture.
Get in touch with us now to discuss your requirements in more detail