Having flown more than ten missions taking Hi-Res 4K video we were able to collect thousands of overlapping images to attempt to build up a picture of what existed.
Having reviewed the images a 3D colourised point cloud was created and given to the client formally identifying the existence of the WW2 shelters placing no one at risk and being conducted in one day on site with a further week of processing time.
A video was produced from the imagery and scans to give a clear picture to the client of exactly what was beneath without which time consuming and incomplete standard survey techniques being used and risky confined space entry being deployed.
Advances in technology have led to the development of remote-controlled vehicles, drones, and specialized cameras that can be deployed to navigate and capture real-time visual data from these spaces, reducing the need for human entry and minimizing exposure to hazards.
Such innovations are transforming the landscape of inspection practices, enhancing efficiency, accuracy, and safety in industries where these challenges are prevalent.