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Monitor construction progress, site conditions,
and much more.
Cell Tower, Solar Farm, Wind Turbine,
Golf Courses, and more.
Detect potential water damaged areas, insulation degradation, and other problems.
Until recent years, aerial data acquisition was very costly. An hourly rate for an airplane & crew, fuel, insurance, hangar space, and ferrying the plane to the project site were costly the client. With our drone services, most of those costs are eliminated, saving our customers time and money. Time IS money!
We recently added new equipment in order to enhance our offerings to our clientele. We now have the capability for aerial mapping and inspections! These services include Orthomosaics, Digital Surface Maps (DSMs), Cloud Point Map (CPM), and Thermal Imagery.
Monitor construction site progress through a comparison of weekly or monthly photos and video. Once a flight plan is created, we can create the same photographs and video from the exact same locations and angles for easy reference.
Cell Tower/Wind Turbine inspections can be costly, time-consuming, and risky for climbing personnel. Utilization of our airborne tower inspection can eliminate the need for a person to climb the tower for routine inspections. If repairs are needed, the aerial inspection can reduce risks involved by identifying potential hazards such as broken handholds, bird nests, and bees nests.
Large solar farm aerial inspections can be accomplished in just minutes, compared to hours, or even days with conventional methods. Visible inspections include obvious damage or debris located on or within the secure area. With our Thermal Imagery, we can identify panels that are not functioning properly.
Example of an Orthomosaic image and a Digital Surface Model (DSM). From here, we can calculate the volume of material in the stockpile.
By using the Cloud Point Data gathered from a Digital Surface Map, we can calculate stockpile measurements. The stockpile in this example shows a volume of 4268.12 cubic yards of material.
The DJI Mavic 3T (pictured here) is also capable of Thermal Imagery, and is one of three drones in our inventory. We are able to offer services for aerial photographs, thermal heat loss for buildings, solar panel inspections, professional video for tv commercials and training films, and more.
InspectionsAloft.com is a division of Wayne Parris Photography, a US Army Veteran-owned company.