We recently conducted a roof survey on a 10000 sq. ft. industrial building for chartered building surveyors Graham Gibbs Associates. This involved taking close-up high resolution still photographs of the ends of the roof panels to check for corrosion or damage. We also provided high definition fly over videos of the roof from various close up angles.
Unmanned drones have the ability to fly close to buildings, and into difficult positions where other methods of access may not be safe or cost effective. FlyCam UK provide detailed high definition pictures of buildings and structures where scaffold, cherry pickers and access towers may not be feasible.
We offer a fast solution to investigate a problematic area in need of inspection. Our innovative technology allows us to liaise with the client on the ground ensuring all areas of concern are inspected. The client or surveyor is able to see what the camera can see in real time through the live HD video down link to a monitor. The information can be reviewed on site in high definition to show the more detailed results.
Our drone can fly to the same positions on each site progress visit and all images are Geotagged to record their GPS location and height.
With an ever-increasing drive to reduce costs and improve safety within the modern business environment, UAV inspection systems offer an extremely cost effective and safe solution compared with traditional methods.
Aerial drone surveys and inspections deliver the following advantages:
Minimum Health & Safety issues– small, unmanned, battery operated drones reduce the need for people to work at height and be placed in potentially dangerous locations.
Reduces the requirement for scaffolding or access equipment at point of survey/inspection-therefore reducing time and costs.
Minimal disruption to daily business work flow for site owners.
High Definition Evidence of assets requiring maintenance or corrective works.
On-going asset maintenance inspections to pro-actively spot and take steps to avert potential defects turning into major costly problems.