Utility and infrastructure maintenance companies are under increasing pressure to detect and repair faults.
Save Time, Cost and Increase Safety
High-tech survey drones can help with this. They are equipped with thermal-imaging and 4k high-definition cameras, and can carry out scheduled inspections quickly and efficiently, without the need for traditional methods such as helicopters and scaffolding.
Reliable Accurate Data
Using bespoke senors such as LIDAR (Laser Imaging Detection and Ranging) and Thermal Imagery combined with state of the art bespoke software solutions immediate accurate data can be analysed for bespoke outputs to cater for our clients needs.
Drones are ideal for inspections of:
- Roads and Bridges
- Pylons and Power Lines
- Wind Turbines
- Solar Fields
- Transmitter Masts
- Railway Assets
Regular asset inspections allow you to monitor the condition of assets over time and carry out preventative maintenance, using state of the art drones which can gather huge amounts of data over a large distances.
Drones easily measure distances, areas and volumes in a fraction of the time it would take using traditional surveying methods. They can access high-risk areas and squeeze into locations that a human crew would find too difficult to reach, reducing health and safety issues whilst increasing productivity and cutting costs.
Our survey drones can be equipped with multiple cameras, including state-of-the-art thermal-imaging cameras, for in-depth inspection of areas invisible to the human eye.
These can help with damp detection, post-flood assessment, structural problems, component failure, and energy and heat loss. Post-inspection analysis is also possible for desktop surveys and spot-temperature anomalies.
Drones allow us to collate data to produce accurate aerial surveys, 3D models and maps. These models can be shared with customers, collaborators and stakeholders, giving them a 360-degree perspective on a project and allowing them to explore a site remotely.
Using advanced software solutions Iprosurv are able to deliver data in numerous formats DTM (Digital Terrain Models) DSM (Digital Surface Models) BIM (Building Information Modeling) Point Cloud, 3D Mesh, Orthomosaic, NDVI (Normalised Difference Vegetation Index) for agriculture and many other formats depending on our clients requirements.