Aerial Survey Drone: Drone Surveys, Roof Inspections, Drone Photography & Video, Drones Inspection Carried Out By CAA Certified Pilots Using The Latest Drone Technology
We are fully licensed by the Civil Aviation Authority for commercial use and have Civil Aviation Approval for Night Flying Operations – no matter the conditions, with Drone Imagery’s all-weather ability (Sub Zero, High Wind) we can ensure an interruption-free project.
Our equipment includes the DJI Inspire equipped with a 4k ultra high definition cameras. These are the latest High Detail Flir XT Thermal Imaging cameras, seek and search facility with 3D Thermal Modelling capability.
Here is a list of services we can help with;
* Aerial Survey Inspection
*Drones For Aerial Photography
* UAV Drone Survey
* Property Inspections
* Building Inspection Surveys
* Private Rental Homes
* Engineering * Promo Videos
* Solar Panel Inspection
*Drones For Weddings Photography
We have all the necessary skills and equipment to facilitate UAV surveys, making aerial photography with drones a breeze. Above all safety is one of our primary concerns in addition to executing the project in a timely manner.
We are always contactable so do call or email so we can discuss your needs.
For instance, we do work for property owners, leasehold tenants, chartered surveyors, consultants, local councils, and religious organizations. In addition, our projects include listed buildings, retail parks, churches, industrial sites, wind turbines, solar farms, towers, and landmark buildings.
Above all, we can fly our drones close to the roof or building. This enables us to get detailed aerial camera ultra-HD 4K video footage or 22 megapixel still aerial images.
In conclusion, we can facilitate imagery in places others find it hard to do so.
UAV Inspection Services Drone Surveying
Surveying & GIS
Surveying with a drone offers enormous potential to GIS professionals. With a drone, it is possible to carry out topographic surveys of the same quality as the highly accurate measurements collected by traditional methods, but in a fraction of the time. This substantially reduces the cost of a site survey and the workload of specialists in the field.
What is meant by drone survey?
Aerial drone survey refers to the use of a drone, or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), to capture aerial data with downward-facing sensors, such as RGB or multispectral cameras, and LIDAR payloads. During a drone survey with an RGB camera, the ground is photographed several times from different angles, and each image is tagged with coordinates.
From this data, a photogrammetry software can create geo-referenced orthomosaics, elevation models or 3D models of the project area. These maps can also be used to extract information such as highly-accurate distances or volumetric measurements.
Unlike manned aircraft or satellite imagery, drones can fly at a much lower altitude, making the generation of high-resolution, high-accuracy data, much faster, less expensive and independent of atmospheric conditions such as cloud cover.
Reduce field time and survey costs
Capturing topographic data with a aerial survey drone is up to five times faster than with land-based methods and requires less manpower. With PPK geo-tagging, you also save time, as placing numerous GCPs is no longer necessary. You ultimately deliver your survey results faster and at a lower cost.
An aerial mapping drone can take off and fly almost anywhere. You are no longer limited by unreachable areas, unsafe steep slopes or harsh terrain unsuitable for traditional measuring tools. You do not need to close down highways or train tracks. In fact, you can capture data during operation without an organizational overhead.