Besides our offer in design and production of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, we also provide professional services with UAVs in the area of visual and infrared inspections. Our fleet equipped with a range of different sensors, experienced and certified operators are invaluable in many sectors.
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and services with them help businesses lower the operating costs and often accelerate traditional inspection methods. Moreover, drones can provide inspections in places that are not reachable otherwise.
Our staff is fully certified for commercial UAV operations and can legally carry out missions even in cities.
Our operators are ready to help you carry out safe missions and gather rich photographic material, go through the information processing and prepare the end report summarizing the whole task.
Periodic drone inspections during and after the end of construction work help assess progress and find possible issues. It allows to avoid delays, carry out precise measurements of area and volume, detect thermal insulation problems and create project documentation.
- early detection of delays on construction site
- verification of the number of construction machines and people employed on the construction site by subcontractors
- documentation of the construction site boundaries for possible issues with owners of nearby properties
- easy management of assets, aggregates, materials, equipment as well as documentation of supplies
- planning of temporary roads and structures
- precise measurements of areas and volumes
- tracking of the amount of aggregates
- project verification based on real terrain data
Drones also provide help with office and public utility buildings inspections. They make the facility management easier and cheaper. UAVs can be quickly deployed for thermal and visual inspections of otherwise unreachable spots.
- detection of thermal bridges that cause significant heat loss
- heating savings
- precise detection of humid spots on walls
- detection of issues with roof installations
- measurements of lights luminosity on rooftops
- avoidance of damages caused by snow on rooftops
- identification of damages and issues before handover of the building
- identification of damages and issues before the end of building warranty
Drones are an invaluable tool for visual and infrared inspections of power lines. Compared to inspections done from the ground or using manned aircraft, we offer quicker service and gather more data. Depending on the specific mission, the right equipment is chosen – multirotors or unmanned airplanes.
- major financial savings compared to manned aircraft
- results in easily archived aerial data of power lines
- identification and localization of issues
- savings related to early issue detection
diagnostics of transmission towers
measurements of transmission lines positions
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles have also fund their place in agriculture. Based on the sensors used on a drone, the useful results are orthomosaics, NDVI coefficient, watering information and losses caused by wild animals or natural disasters.
infrared FLIR camera
localization of poorly watered areas
- identification of farm areas that require different fertilization
- savings from precise application of fertilizers
- gains from increased growth
- identification of poor growth areas
Aerial data is helpful also in forestry for a number of reasons. The main advantage is that using drones is easy and allows for quick response. The gathered data may be used to create 3D and digital elevation models.
30x zoom inspection camera
3D models of forest areas
- Monitoring of forest areas
- Assessment of fire risk and possibility to prevent fires earlier
- Assessment of pest infestations and disease infected areas
- Assesment of an avarage tree height and amount of wood
- Identification and localization of illegal logging
- Wildlife inventory
Drones help with optimalization of ground work in geodesy. They deliver precise, georeferenced photogrammetric aerial data. Based on that it is easy to measure areas and volumes with accuracy compared or better than traditional methods.
- reduction of typical ground work
- precise measurements of buildings with complex geometry
- time savings
- measurements of otherwise unreachable areas
- protected landscape/seascape inventory