Why Use A Drone?
You can use drones to quickly survey your job site and build maps. Instead of using human resources, heavy machinery or expensive surveying tools that produce complex data you can get the job done in a fraction of the time with greater accuracy, resulting in improved safety and major cost savings.
Efficient & Cost-Effective Data Gathering
Drones have made surveying much easier by playing a huge role in making data collection simple. You can focus your energy on putting to use the data that is collected, rather than spending painstaking hours figuring out how to acquire it.
Our drones are easily piloted by remote and can transmit quickly the data to a live feed and SD data storage instantaneously. This makes the task of creating very accurate maps and providing valuable data to numerous companies much easier. Information that you acquire can be uploaded right away to a server, where it can be accessed by individuals all over the globe.
Drones can reach high-risk areas and tightly-squeezed in locations that are quite a bit harder to reach with a human crew. Drones enable easy and safe inspections of tall and complex structures, especially the inspections of facilities such as oil and gas refineries, flare stacks, and pipelines. They eliminate the need for workers to physically access hostile environments, where factors such as height, wind, waves, weather, and radiation can lead to accidents or health issues.
Speed & Expediency
Drone pilots can launch a drone inspection within a very short time upon request. Since it only takes minutes to launch a drone-based inspection, they are suitable for both regular and emergency scenarios. In addition, drones are fast and capable of completing an inspection in 5-20 minutes. As such, an insurance company, construction engineer or industrial firm can easily request an inspection and get results in less than one hour.