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Unmanned aerial vehicles

Analysis of operational assets and structures.

Combining the efficiency of ground scopes and the detailed imagery of rope access, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) provide a fast and precise solution during an inspection campaign.

We provide highly specialised UAV services to overcome typical industry access challenges across the globe. Our pilots work alongside our experienced, certified engineers to deliver impartial analysis of operational assets and structures.

We are routinely involved in projects assessing:

  • Flare stacks and the under deck of platforms
  • Blades of wind turbine generators
  • Thermal inspection of photovoltaic (PV) panels
  • Surface paint coating of ships
  • Overhead line components of powerlines
  • Chimney stacks and cooling towers of plants
  • General structure integrity of assets

Our UAVs are lightweight and battery powered, removing the requirement for liquid fuel on site. Our pilots have Civil Aviation Authority flying endorsements and our inspection team is trained to industry standards.

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