Thermography – Data Gathering
At Skymariner Drone Solutions, we offer a state of the art Aerial Thermography service, using the most up to date technology that can deliver high-quality thermographic surveys safely, quickly and cost-effectively.
While traditional thermography allows you to gather information from the ground using thermal cameras, aerial thermography enables the capture of thermal images from the air using drones. Drones can effectively translate thermal energy that would usually be invisible to the naked eye into visible images.
Thermography Building Inspections
At Skymariner Drone Solutions, our drone thermography services can be used to inspect buildings or structures for heat dissipation, detect humidity, and examine building insulation quality. Traditionally, thermal imagery involves using hand-held thermal imaging cameras, but Drones have revolutionised the field and made thermal imaging surveys and data capture available to a wider market. This brings huge value to many industries, primarily when covering large areas or tall buildings.
We offer a full service to meet your needs, including internal and external thermal data gathering, analysis and reporting. As a Category 1 Thermographer you can be assured that Skymariner will help you identify if your buildings are performing at maximum efficiency.
Using a drone-mounted thermal imaging camera enables the survey of large areas in a short space of time and is not limited to confined spaces or the height of buildings. Drone thermography is not the only non-contact way of investigating structures, but it will eliminate the need for a physical inspection.
Aerial Thermal Inspection Benefits
Using a drone with thermal capabilities can do much more than just take pictures; safety is the most practical reason for using drone technology at Skymariner Drone Solutions. Here are the benefits of using Drones for Thermography and Data Gathering:
Quickly assess the condition of a rooftop with drone thermography and spot anomalies and identify water damage, heat leakage, etc.
Uses Infrared Images
An infrared photo taken with a drone is the most accurate option to locate any problem inside the building that isn’t visible to the naked eye.
Performing rooftop inspections with drones is a faster, safer, and more cost efficient way to gather the valuable data you need.
Fewer Reliability Risks
Reduce liability risk and enjoy faster turnaround times; this is also a benefit for insurance specified risk assessment and prevention criteria.
Difficult Access Environment
Thermography can work in low-light and low-visibility environments and a drone will reach confined spaces and difficult access locations.