Carrying out inspections on a busy construction site can dangerous and complicated. Nowadays, Industrial Drone Inspection can collect accurate data and you can see the complete scale from the Aerial Photography of all the straight lines or curves lines of the building.
Conventional building inspections require manpower to build scaffolding for building exterior and roof inspection. However, setting up a scaffolding can be time-consuming, costly and risky. Drone perfectly solve this issue. It can fly close to the façade and hundreds of high-definition images and 4K videos can be captured. Through high-definition image transmission, inspections of buildings can be conducted in real-time, hidden structural problems can be discovered in advance, making maintenance work more efficiently.
The thermal imaging camera can enhance the efficiency of detection work. It can perform comprehensive data collection, and by identifying potential building issues through thermal imaging analysis, solutions can be applied accordingly
Maintenance Inspection on high structures such as Towers, Roofs and Bridges will incur extra costs of access arrangement and site personnel working at height. Drone application in inspection can provide fastest and easier way to capture the details of roof top and feed back HD real-time footage to the engineer or surveyor on the ground.
From collecting the initial data via still and infrared images and equipped with non-destructive testing devices for in-depth analysis, drones can be used for cable, bridge or railway inspection in a variety of ways. It can easily capture high-definition images and visual data from traditionally hard-to-reach areas, such as the underside of bridges and along the beams and girders.
It also has the capabilities to re-fly previous flight patterns, so you can gather images from the same area and compare them at different time intervals to view deterioration and changes in infrastructure. This drone application can also dramatically reduce cost and safety risks associated with traditional bridge inspection by eliminating the use of heavy machinery.