We work with energy providers, oil and gas companies, multi-national organisations, construction and infrastructure companies to deliver bespoke project support using drones. We provide close visual inspection and thermal imagery, as well as providing inspections and non-destructive testing (NDT) wherever required as we hold congested area flying permissions.
We work alongside your company personnel and/or specialist engineers to establish safe methods of capturing the image data required during your industrial drone inspection. This allows our drone pilots to obtain the right imagery for you to make informed decisions about your commercial operations. With the option of viewing a live feed from the drone whilst it is in flight you have the ability to direct the camera operator to capture the exact images that you need, otherwise our team are experienced at working to briefs and gathering the data you need.
Our highly skilled commercial drone operators are able to fly around complex structures in a fraction of the time it would take using traditional methods such as erecting scaffolding or using a Mobile Elevated Work Platform (MEWP). In most instances, buildings, chimneys, plants (and other workplaces) can remain fully operational whilst we fly.
All of our inspection services are delivered by CAA accredited operators with enhanced Permissions for Commercial Operation (PfCO) and the authority to undertake both day and night time operations using extended visual line of site (EVLOS).
There is no question that drones are changing the way that inspections are conducted on all kinds of terrains. This has led to a major change in the way that this industry works and it has made it possible for many business ventures and projects to get optimal inspection results at affordable costs.
For years construction personnel, handymen, and other engineers have scaled to the tops of commercial roofs for inspections, projects and planning. Never quite able to see the scale of the roof and everything on it/in it, these people also risked their lives to go out onto such treacherous pathways.