High and dangerous infrastructure can be inspected quickly and safely

Aerial inspections on technical installations that offer significant advantages over traditional inspection methods by reducing costs, minimizing operational downtime and removing the risks of work related accidents, since there is no longer the need for crews to work at heights.

Inspection times on network and infrastructure assets can be greatly reduced, as our solutions cover large areas in short time, and can easily access hard to reach locations that would otherwise require the use of scaffolding / ladders / cradles etc. which are both time consuming and expensive to set-up.


Precision Volume Measurement

Volumetric measurements with sub-centimeter accuracy can be produced. This, among various other applications, provides quarries and mines with an extremely precise and cost efficient tool for monitoring their production volumes without the use of expensive, time consuming and often inaccurate topographic surveys.

The procedure of measurement is fast and accurate with increased productivity. The final results are high accurate and the customer may get the data from a safe place

Thermal Imaging

A thermal camera can discover several construction defects that cannot be seen by the naked eye

Thermal / Infrared inspections for industrial structures and buildings. These inspections can be used to identify defects and leakages in piping, shafts and other metal or plastic parts. Also, they provide a fast and reliable method for the evaluation of solar panel performance and condition, both during the production process as well as during operation. Finally they can be used for thermal optimization of buildings, by analyzing the energy losses of the structure, thus leading to significant cost savings.

Thermographic measurements can find errors and produce professional measurements showing conclusively where the errors are. The client receives material which can be used for successful discussions with a negligent supplier.

Precision Agriculture

As farms become larger and more efficient to meet this escalating demand, drones will prove invaluable in precisely managing a farm’s vital operations.

Agricultural surveillance and monitoring, where a UAV equipped with a multi-spectral sensor automatically produces high-accuracy georeferenced images that can be processed, with algorithms like NDVI, in order to provide near infrared (NIR) plant reflectance measurements. These measurements are a key indicator of the crop condition, and allow farmers to observe the health of their crops, identify weeds and pests, and predict yields.

This provides a powerful tool for maximizing the fields’ yield, while simultaneously minimizing costs and significantly reducing the time required for canvassing the crop in person.

Currently, the agricultural industry’s largest obstacle is the low efficiency in crop monitoring resulting from the massive scale of industrial farming, exacerbated by increasingly unstable weather conditions that intensify risk and maintenance costs. Drones allow real-time monitoring at a far more accurate and cost-effective level than previously used satellite imagery.