Aerial Drone Inspections

Getting on ladders and lifts with safety harnesses is not the safest, fastest or modern way of gathering data on a job site. Drones can get into the hard to reach spots and gather all kinds of useful information. Aerial mapping allows you to calculate distances, area and much more. Thermal imaging allows you to see hidden damage and act accordingly. Save time and prioritize safety with drone inspections and mapping.    

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Aircraft

The DJI Matrice 200 series drones are geared to handle any condition from extreme heat to extreme cold and rain. Its strong carbon fiber built makes it a tough, ready to conquer any job thrown at it. Jam-packed with features, the DJI Matrice 200 series drone is ready to navigate in those hard-to-reach places getting you the critical information you need. 

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Camera

What makes the DJI Matrice 200 series unique is that it can fly two cameras side by side. This allows us to capture high-quality video and stills with our DJI Zenmus X5s camera pair and high-resolution thermal imaging video and stills from our DJI Zenmus XT thermal imaging camera simultaneously. This speeds up efficiency enabling you to see visible damage as well as hidden damage, such as water damage or mold.   

Thermal Imaging

With the combination of the DJI Matrice 210 drone and the Zenmus XT Thermal Imaging Platform, we capture precise thermotropic data to help detect anything from water damage to mold. The Zenmus XT thermal imaging camera by DJI and FLIR gives us high res, industry standard, infrared imaging in the skies. Reduce liability and speed up time by not having to stand on roofs or walking around buildings; spending countless hours examining large areas with a thermal gun. Our technology provides you extensive thermal data even in those hard to reach places.

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Mapping

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Our drones connect to many GPS satellites while in the air. This allows the drone to always know where it is and where it took off from. Using these GPS connections, our drones are equipped to fly designated, pre-planned routes while taking images that can be used to gain data on a site. These pictures are turned into orthophotographic maps which can be used in calculating distance, area, and much more. With drone, aerial mapping, you can gather important real-time information about a site, roof or field in minutes that can aid in creating CAD drawings, elevation maps, or agriculture information. 

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3151 Dark Hollow Road 

Furlong, PA. 18925

Office: 267.893.0177

Web: www.aerosvideography.com

Email: aerosvideography@gmail.com
 

Our Drone Inspection Provider