Drone Services (Construction)

The application of drone technology in the construction industry offers significant advantages to those who embrace it. The sharp, detailed images produced by drones enable managers to track work progress and make accurate decisions based on up-to-date data and comprehensive reconstructed site maps instead of relying on plans or incomplete data that may not reflect reality.

Site Progress Imagery

The sharp, detailed images produced by drones enable managers to track work progress and make accurate decisions based on up-to-date data and comprehensive reconstructed site maps instead of relying on plans or incomplete data that may not reflect reality. The aerial images also act as a visual aid when communicating with all parties, so that everyone can see for themselves what has already been done and what remains to be done.

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Mapping

A highly detailed aerial map allows for insight into the property details without requiring a client to be therein person. Drones can produce high quality 2D aerial maps, 3D models, and 360 aerial panoramas for surveyors, property developers, architects, and construction

companies, solving their most complex problems quickly. 

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Volumetrics

We fly a pre-set prepared flight path over the stockpile whilst taking a series of photographs with overlapping fields of view. Following the data collection, the photographs are processed through a photogrammetric software and converted into a 3D model. The volume of the stockpile can then be analysed within the 3D processing software to provide the total volume details.

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Thermography

Thermal Imaging uses infrared camera technology to detect small differences in surface temperatures. This can be great for identifying issues that can’t be seen easily by visual inspection like overheating, insulation loss, high friction of moving parts, leaks, cracks and more. All thermal surveys are carried out by qualified thermographers.

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