Aerial Surveys & Thermal Imaging

We provide aerial photography and video material of buildings to assist in photogrammetry and mapping of buildings. Our UAVs are able to fly in close proximity to building facades and rooftops to capture HD video and high-resolution photographs, recording structural damage or faults of existing buildings, or record HD footage of new construction in progress.

Photogrammetry and Mapping

By flying a programmed grid over a building and by taking multiple overlapping geo­referenced high-resolution photographs, accurate orthophotos can be produced. Various data file formats can be made available for importing into most of the popular CAD systems available today.

Aerial Photography and Video

Our UAVs are able to fly in close proximity to building facades and rooftops to capture high definition video and high-resolution photographs, recording structural damage or faults.

Thermal infrared inspections

Inspecting buildings using a thermal imaging camera is a powerful and non­invasive means of monitoring and diagnosing the condition of buildings. Thermal imaging technology has become one of the most valuable diagnostic tools for building inspections. A thermal imaging camera can identify problems early, allowing them to be documented and corrected before becoming more serious and more costly to repair.
A building diagnostics inspection with a thermal imaging camera can help:
• Visualize energy losses
• Detect missing or defective insulation
• Source air leaks
• Find moisture in insulation, in roofs and walls, both in the internal and the external structure
• Locate water infiltration in flat roofs
• Detect breaches in hot­water pipes
• Detect construction failures
• Monitor the drying of buildings
• Find faults in supply lines and district heating
• Detect electrical faults
Thermal imaging cameras are the perfect tool for locating and identifying building failures because they make the invisible visible. On a thermal image problems seem to jump right out at you. A thermal imaging camera is the one tool that really lets you SEE it all. 
A thermal image that includes accurate temperature data provides building experts with important information about the insulation conditions, moisture ingress, mold development, electrical faults, the presence of thermal bridges and the conditions of HVAC systems.