Droneflight’s team and equipment can operate in complex environments which often have unseen hazards. Making use of a drone, your assets or damage can be examined far quicker compared to traditional inspection methods.
In addition, their capabilities in 3D and thermal imaging can deliver new insights across pollution risk reviews, thermal inspections and visual checks.
Droneflight can carry out complete remote inspections in highly confined spaces, keeping an inspection team outside of any hazardous environments.
Using a drone for these challenging visual inspections also removes the need for scaffolding, rope access and cranes.
Examples of confined spaces that can be explored include tunnels, ducting and tanks.
Using the latest drone technology, Droneflight can provide a range of survey and mapping services.
Their highly experienced team can safely capture high-resolution imagery and survey-grade data faster than traditional methods, without the surveyor entering the site.
These services can be applied to projects such as buildings to plan, monitor progress, calculate volumes (for earthworks) and for visualisation purposes.
If you’re looking to develop your own internal drone capability, Droneflight offer a range of discounted courses.