There are many reasons why roof inspections are needed on a constant basis. The roof of any building is always going to be one of the most important and valuable parts of the structure. It will determine how much money needs to b spent on repairs, and it will also determine how much value a property has depending on the conditions of the roof.
There are many different drones available for those looking for reliable options for their inspection projects. Some options are more affordable than others, and some have different features as well as advantages and disadvantages. Today, we are going to look into the DJI M210 inspection drone and the most important features it offers. This will allow you to make an informed decision when you finally make your purchase.
As part of our history within the drone industry, RUAS was the UK’s first accredited provider of remote pilot training and assessment since 2012, creating courses and learning throughout the country and beyond, and as one of our key members since its inception, Liarne has been a part of bringing these services to our students over the years.
We currently use a 360 camera on all our confined space inspection machines. Because 360 footage is spherical by nature it is very difficult to miss anything within range of the camera, ensuring that everything of interest to our clients is not only safely captured, but also limiting exposure and time spent in potentially hazardous environments, directly applying this benefit to our clients.
Our waterborne ROV has two powerful, vectored, jet drives that allow it to work effectively in current without snagging any floating detritus. Basic payloads are aimed above the waterline for comprehensive video and imagery capture. However, sub-surface cameras and SONAR scanning is also an option below the surface, providing even more information for our clients. LIDAR is also an option in addition to various multi spectrum and stereo camera options, effectively removing any need to jeopardize workers in order to attain the highest in quality data capture.
The UAPS is mounted on a DJI Matrice M600 airframe. The design of the machine allows herbicide to be precisely delivered to targets such as Buddleia on vertical surfaces such as walls and windows, as well as canted surfaces such as guttering and roofs. In addition to ground-based targets including invasive species such as Himalayan Balsam, Giant Hogweed and Japanese Knotweed.
Railscape is working on a number of Wallcrawler variants that use the thrust and aerodynamic effects generated by Electro Ducted Fans to overcome gravity. As the name suggests this enables the machine to not only crawl up walls but also work inverted on ceilings.