Thermal Imaging Inspections

“The thermal drone inspection conducted by Iprosurv gave us an immediate view of an asset that was in urgent need of modernisation, the subsequent report helped us to allocate funds to rectify immediate problem areas.” – Facilities Manager

Utility and infrastructure maintenance companies are under increasing pressure to detect and repair faults.

Thermal Cameras

Iprosurv’s high-tech survey drones equipped with the latest thermal and RGB cameras can help with this. Thermal imaging cameras are heat sensitive and can detect differences and anomalies in temperature of less than 1°C.

Non Destructive Survey

Thermal inspections using drone technology are non-contact and can deliver immediate results that can be formulated into an easy to read report which can be used to quickly identify heat loss and defects in structures leading to better and quicker decision making and allocation of resources.

See what the Eye Can’t See

Using drones with the appropriate thermal camera Iprosurv are able to give our clients a unique in depth view of an asset from every angle and view parts of the structure that would normally be inaccessible.

Thermal drone inspections for:

  • Commercial Buildings
  • Office Blocks
  • Warehouse and Storage
  • Flat Roofing
  • Housing Stock (Local Authority and Housing Association)
  • Residential Tower Blocks (EWI and EWC)
Thermal-imaging inspection

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.

Thermal Drone Inspections For:
  • Poor Insulation
  • Thermal / Cold Bridging
  • Missing or Damaged Insulation
  • Moisture and Water Ingress
  • Poor Thermal Performance
  • Damp and Mold
  • Component Failure
  • Post Flood Assessment
  • On Site Major Loss (Fire)
Mapping data

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.