Our drones are quickly becoming a preferred alternative to carry out building, structure and land surveys and inspections, due to the unrivalled vantage points and benefits being offered.

Using our drones to capture high elevation imagery of a building or structure for annual inspections, reduces costs and health and safety paperwork whilst improving efficiency and productivity.

Sending our drones up to collect high elevation imagery instead of using a cherry picker or sending someone on to the roof, drastically reduces the time required on site to carry out an annual inspection or survey. Our drones can complete what would take a cherry picker a day, in a single 30 minute flight. We can collect imagery of areas which a worker who is physically on the roof, would have little or no access to.

Here are some of the benefits, you can also view our case studies.

Increased productivity
By sending our drones to collect imagery for inspection or surveying reports can increase productivity by as much as 50-70%. It allows the surveyor to have a real-time ‘drone-eye-view’, this means that if an area of particular concern is identified during the flight, action can be taken for remedial work even before our drone has landed. It also means that the surveyor does not need to be onsite for the inspection, we are able to send you the imagery immediately after the flight which saves the requirement of a site visit and allowing the inspection or survey report to be completed with a quicker turnaround time.

Costs:
Using our drones reduces costs for cherry picker/scaffolding hire charges as well as costs associated with the increased productivity. It allows you to provide more competitive quotations to your clients whilst maintaining healthy profit margins.

Health and Safety Paperwork:
If we are able to remove the human element from the risk by using drones to collect high elevation imagery, it drastically reduces the amount of health and safety paperwork that needs to be completed by our clients. We complete RAMS, risk assessments and site assessments associated with operating our drones as part of the service.

You can view some of our case studies here and contact us for more information.