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Developing an Internal Drone Program vs Outsourcing Drone Services


Drones are part of a modernized new path to revolutionizing how people work on industrial projects. Capable of reaching various heights, recording valuable information, and keep individuals safe for normally dangerous tasks, their use in the workplace can increase both efficiency and personal safety.


Of course, there comes a big question when deciding to use drones within your organization. Develop an internal drone program or outsourcing drone services? While many organizations may be interested in utilizing their own drones for business related tasks, in most situations outsourcing drone services is a considerably better solution.


Drones, especially those used in industries like real estate, agriculture, wind and solar, mining, industrial inspection, and any other business, cannot just be used on a whim….

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Safety Advantages of Drones in Industrial Applications

Drones are growing in use every year, and their potential is expansive. From delivering mail to managing agriculture, drones have a variety of uses in a multitude of scenarios. One potential area is the industrial sector, especially in concentrated industrial zones which require high safety standards and meticulous record keeping of inspection details.

This is why we believe our drone services are the new, cutting edge safety standard when managing elaborate industrial projects. The type of advantages offered, along with the numerous safety hazards overcome with drone use means your workforce can accomplish more with less.

Drone Advantages

But what kind of advantages are offered, you ask? Primarily, because drones are capable of reaching multiple heights from various angles, they bring a whole new level of observation to the table. By removing the human element, risk of injury is significantly reduced, while the quality and capture of details is…..

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Advantages of Drone Aerial Inspections over Traditional Inspection Methods

Drones are relatively new to the world of industrial surveillance and inspection, but they are here to stay. In fact, it is safe to say that we have just scratched the surface of drone’s capabilities for aerial inspections. Drones offer tremendous advantages to conduct safe visual and thermal inspections for a number of infrastructure industries, to include telecommunications, power and utilities, oil and gas pipelines, mining, wind turbines, and solar energy to name a few.

One of the primary advantages in using drones to conduct aerial inspections is the greatly increased safety factor which they provide. Drones offer the distinct advantage of providing imagery in several formats for inspections on tall structures, inspections which traditionally have been carried out by climbing the structure and using fall protection to survey the structure. Using Inspectifly’s industrial drone services for aerial inspection, makes great sense. The inspection is conducted from the safety of the ground and offers the ability to view live video feed, still photographs, or a pre-planned….

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Utilizing drones for electrical and utility inspection

Utilizing drones for electrical and utility inspection is one of the biggest advantages offered by the remote device. Drones are now capable of collecting and mapping critical points of data, leading to extensive analytics for better decision making and inspection.

These analytics create a network of both safety and efficiency, as staff are no longer required to physical check cables, towers, lines, or other infrastructure themselves. Additionally, drones are capable of observing and photographing critical areas for routine inspection, inventory, and potential maintenance.

Our goal is to….

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  • Is the operator licensed by the FAA? Operating a sUAS for commercial purpose requires a license from the FAA! You should always ask for a copy of their Remote Pilot Certificate with an sUAS rating.

  • Is the operator insured? There are currently no laws requiring a sUAS operator to have insurance. No reputable sUAS operator would operate without insurance! You should always ask for a copy of proof of insurance.

  • Does the operator have the experience necessary to operate their sUAS safely? Anyone can buy a sUAS and offer services with no experience whatsoever! The FAA requires anyone holding a Remote Pilot Certificate with an sUAS rating to keep accurate flight logs. You should always ask to review their flight logs. We list our safety statistics and flight record on our website. If requested, we are happy to show you our actual flight logs for verification.

  • Does the operator have enough experience to capture the best aerial perspective to help you reach your goal for your required project? Always ask to see examples of their work. We show examples of our work on our site. Be very careful of operators that don't have examples of their work on their website.

  • Equipment is a huge factor when it comes to aerial imaging and aerial video. There are a lot of sUAS on the market, ranging from $50.00 up to 100's of thousands of dollars. As with most professional photography equipment, all sUAS camera platforms are not created equal. DJI is the world leader in aerial imaging sUAS platforms. The DJI sUAS platforms offer the best aerial image stabilization, highest resolution and best quality images and video. We currently operate DJI Matrice 210 RTK, DJI Matrice 600 Pro, DJI Inspire 2 Pro, DJI Phantom 4, DJI Phantom 4 Pro. DJI Inspire 1 Pro, DJI Mavic Pro, DJI Matrice 100 and DJI Spark. We also operate the special purpose, Flyability Elios for close quarter and confined space inspections. More information about our sUAS fleet is available below.

  • As with any professional service, having the right tool for the job is paramount. Having the right equipment for the intended job not only saves you time but also saves you money.

 







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Developing an Internal Drone Program vs Outsourcing Drone Services

Drones are part of a modernized new path to revolutionizing how people work on industrial projects. Capable of reaching various heights, recording valuable information, and keep individuals safe for normally dangerous tasks, their use in the workplace can increase both efficiency and personal safety.

Of course, there comes a big question when deciding to use drones within your organization. Develop an internal drone program or outsourcing drone services? While many organizations may be interested in utilizing their own drones for business related tasks, in most situations outsourcing drone services is a considerably better solution.

Drones, especially those used in industries like real estate, agriculture, wind and solar, mining, industrial inspection, and any other business, cannot just be used on a whim. In fact, drones are required to abide by strict FAA regulations for flight and privacy, simply because of how easy it is to violate these principles without realizing it.

Indeed, there’s more to drone usage than just running down to your local store and grabbing one. Drone users, especially for the mentioned above, must abide by a strict set of regulations. Additionally, the drone user in question must be certified and licensed, while simultaneously keeping up with the constantly evolving State and Federal drone law. Those that do not abide by these laws and regulations are subject to criminal charges and fees, which is just money lost for your business.

Using a drone service circumvents these issues, since you’re no longer responsible for the cost and upkeep of abiding by new regulations. Additionally, you save time on the training and investment of properly certifying employees.

Even if you do assign an employee the task of operating a drone. Once the employee is certified, there is always risk they will breach a law or regulation. Whether intended or not, in an industrial environment, such regulations are challenging to abide to, and each time your workforce is found in violation, that’s money cutting into your project budget.

Pilots are also responsible for carrying out the intended task without error, which has its own challenges. Drones come with a variety of flight modes and operation demands. So, even if a worker is certified and abides by regulations, they still need to proficiently control the drone.

Proficiency in drone operations, are skills learned by utilizing drones in all types of operational situations.  Our professional pilots operate drones on a full-time basis providing all types of professional services. To safely operate drones in industrial environments using your employees will require time, training and practice.

In addition, there are several other factors to consider: drone life, flight distances, wind, control at various heights, and others all prove to have their own challenges. However, our drone services offer all the efficiency required to meet these demands, using our own professional pilots and abiding by all regulations as required.

There’s also the matter of equipment and maintenance. Drones which observe and perform safety inspections are exposed to hazardous environments routinely. As such, it’s expected they may become damaged or become worn down over time. This results in either need for a total replacement or ordering repair parts, which can add up depending on the drone.

Our service on the other hand will charge you a flat, predictable fee, while managing the maintenance and upkeep of the drones ourselves. This way, you don’t need to worry about potential drone damages and its potential costs, all while getting the full use of drone services.

With our drone service, it’s also important to note we use a full range of powerful solutions to meet your inspection needs. Multiple solutions are available through our drone service; thus, you get an advantage without the need to acquire them yourself.

What are these advantages?

  • Collision avoidance, which helps the drone avoid hitting walls, towers, or hard surfaces
  • High resolution cameras for accurate recording of areas from a variety of angles
  • High resolution radiometric thermal imaging, which allows our drones to detect and collect thermal data. Radiometric images store thermal data in each pixel of an image allowing post flight thermal analysis.
  • Zoom capable cameras, which allows for pinpointing specific areas for inspection
  • Dual battery platforms which allows for extra flight times and longer recording periods
  • All necessary external battery and charging equipment which allows for continuous all day operations

All of these hardware additions are expensive and require a heavy investment. Replacing them – much less acquiring them – is another costly venture you avoid by utilizing our professional drone service.

Finally, our drone services are properly insured. It’s not generally known, but most insurance plans will not cover drone use. When operating drones, additional insurance is typically required. This is another cost associated with using drones, and over time, can add up.

In review, your costs would need to cover drone, additional equipment, regulatory compliance, certification, training, maintenance, parts, and insurance. All this adds up for what is supposed to be a flexible method for safety inspection. What started off as a great idea now sounds too expensive.

But, by using our drone service, you get around all these problems. We use the best hardware, follow regulations, keep updated on new FAA laws, have our own insurance, and manage the cost of operations. You’re only left with one flexible cost which yields you the results you wanted.

Drones are a modern way to handle old problems. It can’t be denied how much faster and safer they make inspection operations or how they help with planning. Real estate can use them for sales, agriculture can adopt them for better plant health data, and industries can use them during construction or inspection. But, of course, all this comes with a price.

However, thanks to our professional service, you don’t have to be left behind in the digital dust. If you’re looking for a modern method to handle specialized operations, consider utilizing drones. We offer you all the advantages drones can offer at a fraction of the cost.

Whether you decide to implement an internal drone program or would prefer to outsource drone services, Inspectifly can assist you! We offer a full range of Industrial drone services as well as consulting services, to assist you in setting up your internal drone program quickly and efficiently.

For more information contact us today! 585-593-1630

Safety Advantages of Drones in Industrial Applications

Drones are growing in use every year, and their potential is expansive. From delivering mail to managing agriculture, drones have a variety of uses in a multitude of scenarios. One potential area is the industrial sector, especially in concentrated industrial zones which require high safety standards and meticulous record keeping of inspection details.

This is why we believe our drone services are the new, cutting edge safety standard when managing elaborate industrial projects. The type of advantages offered, along with the numerous safety hazards overcome with drone use means your workforce can accomplish more with less.

Drone Advantages

But what kind of advantages are offered, you ask? Primarily, because drones are capable of reaching multiple heights from various angles, they bring a whole new level of observation to the table. By removing the human element, risk of injury is significantly reduced, while the quality and capture of details is preserved.

For instance, assume your team must examine towers, tall buildings, or in-progress construction sites. Traditionally, ladders, snorkel lifts, or sky-jacks are required to view or inspect higher parts of the structure. With a drone, however, this is no longer necessary. A drone can reach tall heights, take HD quality photos and videos, and examine parts of a structure without human risk. They can also reach parts which would be considered too dangerous for a regular person, examining an area from all angles.

Consider too the need for inspection to things like power or electricity. Typically, when professionals need to examine things like power lines or wiring, power must temporarily be disabled. But, with a drone, there’s no need to turn off all power conduits. Additionally, risk of shock hazard is completely removed, as drone’s can examine potentially dangerous or exposed areas without risking human safety.

Drones in the industrial sector are also fantastic for record keeping. Usually, servicemen must personally examine all elements, damaged areas, zones for foundation, and more. This is a time consuming process and requires meticulous record keeping, which in some cases comes down to memory.

However, as mentioned before, a drone is capable of observing areas from a variety of heights, angles, and distances. This gives renewed perspective on potential projects, allowing management to approach inspection or repair in a whole new way.

With the ability for a drone to capture high quality video and imagery, management and work teams have immediate, detailed records for examining things like damage or areas for new construction. This precision data requires less time and less manpower, but yields larger results, ultimately streamlining the process for industrial upkeep.

With these attributes, a workforce greatly saves on time as well. Imagine how long it typically takes to inspect and record towers, buildings, power lines, or other structures. It likely requires proper devices, safety precautions, and skilled individuals. Then, the actual inspection can take days, sometimes the whole work week.

However, with a drone, this process is expedited, and a larger field of view is created for members involved. Additionally, fewer resources are required, such as sky-jacks required to reach various structure heights. So, by using a drone for these purposes, the industrial sector saves on resources but produces greater results in less time.

Think about the benefit of industrial zones in difficult terrain (or lack thereof) areas too. Oil rigs, for example, are sometimes separated and difficult to navigate. Along with needing to examine the numerous mechanisms to keep it working, oil rigs have plenty of hazard areas as well such as flare tips.

But, as you can imagine, a flying drone gets around these obstacles without issue. Like the flare tip example (an exhaust port punctuated with dangerous fire), our drone can search for potential damage or conduct routine inspection, removing the risk of fire hazard from people entirely.

Drones also increase sales potential for investors to new construction projects. Where agents normally tour through an area- highlighting the advantages of building on the hypothetical terrain -drones aid this by providing new angles for interested contractors. Using aerial shots or different views, one can highlight a variety of advantages from chosen land, all with the help of our drone services.

Our drone services utilize all the mentioned advantages. We believe safety is paramount, and that’s why our services are equipped with all the best features to achieve optimal standards when conducting drone operation.

Finally, Inspectifly can create three dimension and virtual images of buildings, terrain, and structures. This can be yielded into potential future planning by developing 3D models with applicable software, strengthening your team’s ability to fine tune their construction approach.

With our service, you can take your business model to the next level, literally! If you’re concerned about worker safety, have difficulty conducting routine inspections or don’t have the utilities to do so, consider Inspectifly’s industrial drone services.

The Benefits of Using Inspectifly’s Industrial Drone Services:

  • Inexpensive and safe way to examine, record, and inspect critical areas from multiple angles
  • Streamline and save time by inspecting areas from difficult to reach vantage points
  • Keep your workforce safe by removing them from harm’s way. Let Inspectifly assist you in inspecting these hazardous and dangerous areas, with your personnel safely on the ground
  • Create diligent backlog of pristine records through high quality video and photography, able to track status of industrial application, maintenance, or all other relevant needs
  • Completely rethink industrial projects by recording terrain at different angles, giving you unprecedented views from different angles
  • Enhance sales to potential investors and clients by demonstration how you will meet their standards from 360 degrees, using drone photography to enhance your approach

Overall, our industrial drone service gives you renewed control over safety and inspection. Take charge of the modern age and consider Inspectifly’s industrial drone services for your next project or inspection.

For more information contact us today! 585-593-1630

Advantages of Drone Aerial Inspections over Traditional Inspection Methods

Drones are relatively new to the world of industrial surveillance and inspection, but they are here to stay. In fact, it is safe to say that we have just scratched the surface of the capabilities for drone aerial inspections. Drones offer tremendous advantages to conduct safe visual and thermal inspections for a number of infrastructure industries, to include telecommunications, power and utilities, oil and gas pipelines, mining, wind turbines, and solar energy to name a few.

One of the primary advantages in using drones to conduct aerial inspections is the greatly increased safety factor which they provide. Drones offer the distinct advantage of providing imagery in several formats for inspections on tall structures, inspections which traditionally have been carried out by climbing the structure and using fall protection to survey the structure. Using Inspectifly’s industrial drone services for aerial inspection, makes great sense. The inspection is conducted from the safety of the ground and offers the ability to view live video feed, still photographs, or a pre-planned video recording.

Wind Turbine & Wind Farm Inspections

Using Inspectifly’s drone aerial inspection service to inspect wind farms is particularly advantageous since Inspectifly’s operators can fly from one wind turbine to the next, if necessary, allowing inspectors to view many different unit in geographically vast turbine farms, all without ever moving. This translates to scores of man-hours saved, as well as eliminating the high level of risk associated with conducting exterior inspections of turbine units with personnel on the unit itself.

Telecommunication Tower Inspections

Using Inspectifly’s drone aerial inspection service to inspect cellular towers is extremely advantageous as Inspectifly’s operators can fly the entire tower allowing inspection of the tower structure and mounted equipment. Removing the high level of risk associated with conducting a climbing inspection. In addition to the safety benefits, using drones allows the inspection to be completed from a safe distance eliminating the risk of damage to components due to climbing. Photo or video inspections provide historical data that can be referenced at a later date.

Utility Power and Sub-Stations Inspection

Inspectifly’s drone aerial inspection of power stations and sub-stations is a new and emerging technique, one which is very exciting because of the distinct advantages it offers our customer. Due to a drone’s light weight, small size, and gyroscopic stability, coupled with radiometric thermal imaging sensors and high resolution digital camera, allow us to quickly, efficiently and safely inspect critical power plant structures, equipment, transformers, connections, Etc.

Farther down the literal powerline, manned aircraft have long been tasked with checking long stretches of power lines and fossil fuel pipelines. While effective, drones offer one distinct advantage over manned aircraft that cannot be replicated: drones allow the operator to slow down and inspect much more thoroughly, or even hover and move in or zoom for a close inspection. The employment of Inspectifly’s industrial drone services provides a distinct and extremely effective set of advantages in any industrial avenue where inspections are necessary.

Green Energy & Solar Power Inspection

Another segment of the Green Energy market that has steadily risen in popularity and demand is solar power. Solar parks cover huge areas, spanning considerable acreage, and must be inspected regularly. This task may lack some of the inherent risk and liability of utilities which use tall structures, but it is certainly no less time consuming for workers to physically inspect each unit. This could entail thousands of individual solar panels, translating to hours of effort just in transit throughout the park alone.

Choosing to employ Inspectifly’s UAS aerial inspection service provides the ability to drastically reduce inspection times. Inspectifly’s drones can use pre-determined flight paths, allowing for repeatable inspection of the entire solar park. Photo and video inspections can be conducted without the need for company employees to be onsite in some instances.

This is a service which is unmatched by any manned aircraft for a couple of reason: first, fixed-wing airplanes are too fast and cannot operate low enough to view the individual panels. Second, helicopters can fly at the requisite low levels, but they kick up enough dirt and debris to pose serious risk to the solar panels. Since a drone is highly portable and can be carried in and out of nearly any location on foot, the support required for their efficient operation is nearly nil, and their footprint is nonexistent. Inspectifly’s drone inspection service offers great advantages in solar energy inspections.

Energy Oil & Gas Industrial Inspection

The demand for domestic oil and gas is very high. With that comes the necessary infrastructure to pump, transport and ultimately refine the product. As of 2014, there were some 56,375 miles of crude oil pipeline in the U.S., and 89,663 miles of product lines[1]. Furthermore, there were over 1.5 million miles of gas pipelines at that same time, and the numbers are growing. Pipelines may be equipped with sensors to indicate leaks. However, they still require visual exterior inspections to confirm integrity of the system.

Traditionally the inspections have been conducted at ground level, or again, by manned aircraft. However, these both have shortcomings. On the ground, pipelines routinely run through the most remote areas of the country. This translates to difficulty in accessing the prescribed areas by methods other than off-road vehicles. Manned aircraft have been used to perform pipeline inspection for some time now. One major drawback is they cannot get close enough to the pipelines to do more than identify major problems. Aircraft are generally not camera equipped, so incidents are not recorded for further assessment or documentation. A drone gives the distinct advantage of recording the exact GPS location of the discrepancy. Drones can also provide a live video feed, video recording, or still photos of the potential problem area. Inspectifly’s operators can maneuver the drone to provide extremely detailed images.

The usefulness of Inspectifly’s industrial drone inspection services in the energy industry is not limited to pipelines. The same principles which make our services so effective and efficient in the field also applies to refineries. Inspectifly can inspect flare tips, tanks, towers, piping, utility services and other equipment from the safety of the ground.

Inspectifly’s Industrial Drone Services

Inspectifly’s utilizes state of the art drones. Our drones provide the ability to loiter at low speeds, as well as hover for extended periods of time. Our drone’s cameras provide up to 16 megapixel images and have zoom capability. Inspectifly utilizes top of the line high resolution radiometric FLIR thermal imaging sensors to provide thermal image inspections. Inspectifly provides a very diverse array of industrial drone services.

For more information contact us today! 585-593-1630

[1] https://www.rita.dot.gov/bts/sites/rita.dot.gov.bts/files/publications/national_transportation_statistics/html/table_01_10.html

Utilizing Drones for Electrical and Utility Inspection

Utilizing drones for electrical and utility inspection is one of the biggest advantages offered by the remote device. Drones are now capable of collecting and mapping critical points of data, leading to extensive analytics for better decision making and inspection.

These analytics create a network of both safety and efficiency, as staff are no longer required to physical check cables, towers, lines, or other infrastructure themselves. Additionally, drones are capable of observing and photographing critical areas for routine inspection, inventory, and potential maintenance.

Our goal is to provide this exemplary service to your company.

A series of benefits apply when utilizing a drone for thorough inspection. Safety and expedited time are the cornerstones to efficient drone use, but what exactly does this entail?

For example, a drone which uses specialized software can capture and map areas for potential damages, threats, or problems with a power company’s infrastructure. A tree might grow too far into electrical lines, there could be damage on one of the cables, or other irregularities have occurred which might go undetected by normal means. But because drones are capable of observing areas from multiple heights, ranges, and distances, these problems are easier to catch.

Response to potential damage is also improved. Since power and utility companies rely so much on technical integrity, having the ability to accurately assess the type of damage is important. This allows companies to designate the proper level of resources to an area, including staff and materials. It also promotes additional safety as companies have a better idea of the hazards in an area.

Cost reduction is also a major beneficial element to using drones in utility or power. Typically, to assess damage or perform maintenance from aerial perspectives, helicopters were required. Time and cost were major elements to doing so.

But, with drones, these elements are halved. Our service is inexpensive in comparison to other means and performs the same level of service as helicopters or similar means. Where utilizing vehicles or helicopters could take hours to produce results, drones will dramatically cut down operational time required.

Creating Proactive Results

One of the biggest goals for drone monitoring and observation is to develop a proactive approach to utility repair, safety, and maintenance. Our services will allow your utility focused company to catch problems before they occur, or predict potential issues, instead of reacting once they occur.

Typically, maintenance professionals need to alert staff to problems after they’ve happened. This point from inspection to repair can lead to lost hours and decreased productivity. However, routine flight paths conducted by drones means management are consistently aware of potential hazards, and can correct them as required.

Additionally, communication is widely improved. Results from drone inspections are shared in real time, allowing workers to take proper measures to resolve problems.

Benefits We Offer

By utilizing our professional drone services, you’ll get most of the above benefits for your utility company. We follow all flight regulations and license requirements and provide quality flight services.

Some of these helpful services include:

  • Increase in safety by using drones to perform routine inspections
  • Increase in speed with drones able to record with thermal-image capturing versus physical inspection
  • Location of damaged, broken, or failing components
  • Immediate detailing of facility status after snowstorms, rain storms, or other natural hazards
  • High quality imaging of failing areas for more complete inspection
  • Multiple viewpoints for complete inspection and maintenance planning

Importance of Inspection

The ability to quickly assess, prepare, and repair damages to various power company resources are crucial. Without swift action, services can be disrupted and damages can escalate, causing further problems.

However, even physical inspection is limited in what can be revealed. Experienced personnel may miss cracks, corrosion, or weakening components without realizing it.

Our drones, however, supply thermal imaging for complete examination of infrastructure. Thermal imaging reveals erroneous discharge from corroded components.

Saving Money and Improving Performance

The ability to monitor for new problems and properly assess the level of damage will also increase company efficiency. Appropriate resources can be deployed as necessary after thorough inspections have been completed.

It is estimated companies spend thousands of man hours physically inspecting dangerous areas before repairs or replacements can begin. Drones are capable of circumventing this time loss while keeping workers out of harm’s way before repairs begin.

These saved man hours also cuts down dramatically on cost, as utility companies can focus their resources on performing maintenance versus timely inspections. Additionally, their ability to catch damage or potential danger areas before they escalates means smaller, less expensive maintenance audits are performed.

Advantages for You

The numerous benefits listed thus far are all at your service with our professional drone fleet. With us, you have access to plentiful resources and experienced pilots who will assess damage, provide inspections, create meaningful thermal renders and ultimately give you a large pool of analytical data to work from.

This insightful tracking also allows your company to better predict potential hazards and other dangers, creating a network of response paths in case disaster strikes.

Because our drones are capable of giving you extremely detailed perspectives, records, and safe ways to inspect areas, you save time and money.

For more information contact us today! 585-593-1630







FAQ "Frequently Asked Questions"



Yes, drones are legal to use for commercial purposes. However the drones must be operated in accordance to Federal, State and local laws. In addition, the drone must be piloted by a person who holds a valid FAA issued sUAS Remote Pilot certificate.

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Yes, drones are very safe in the hands of a trained pilot. However, they can present a hazard in the hands of untrained or novice pilots.

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There is no easy answer to this question, most inspections have their own unique inspection requirements. However, drone inspections typically take a fraction of the time as traditional inspection methods. Drones eliminate the need for safety rigging and high lift equipment and the like. Thus, the inspection can be performed much faster without constantly reposition equipment and safety rigging.

Mapping and stockpile measurement times are based on total area to be mapped.

Most of our work is done at client facilities, the data we capture is considered confidential. Thus, the data and all rights to that data is transferred to the client. Unfortunately, this prevents us from displaying it on our website.

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