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3 02, 2020

Top Mounted Drone Camera Systems

By |February 3rd, 2020|Categories: Inspections & Surveys News |Tags: |Comments Off on Top Mounted Drone Camera Systems

Drone Camera Systems are typically located underneath the aircraftSome have a built-in camera and gimbal fitted as standard, but others allow cameras to be attached as an additional payload. The latter are very high-spec cameras for film and television production work, or more specialist equipment such as thermal imaging technology.Another option that can be useful is a top mounted drone cameraFor most drone photography and inspection work, a camera fitted underneath the aircraft is perfectly adequate. Powerful zoom lenses fitted to drone cameras allow images and footage to be captur [...]

28 02, 2019

Hire Drone Operators in Ireland For Roof Inspections & Aerial Photography

By |February 28th, 2019|Categories: News |Tags: |Comments Off on Hire Drone Operators in Ireland For Roof Inspections & Aerial Photography

What does a roof inspection cost using a drone pilot in Ireland?The answer depends on a number of different factors, and what format you would like the results delivered in. Thanks to developments in technology, drone roof inspections have brought down prices and opened up a number of new options.Find Drone Inspection Companies in Ireland The type of building you need surveyed is one of the main factors in a roof inspection cost. A roofer with a ladder will be able to carry out a basic inspection of a house or smaller property. For a factory, office block with limited roof acces [...]

24 06, 2021

What Is A Drone Inspection?

By |June 24th, 2021|Categories: Inspections & Surveys Agriculture Articles News Property Schools Members |Tags: |Comments Off on What Is A Drone Inspection?

The employment of drone technology is rapidly increasing across a broad spectrum of business, research and recreational applications. Over recent years drone usage has expanded to include a variety of different tasks,  including but not limited to aerial photography and videography (or cinematography),  emergency response services, search-and-rescue operations and, as we will be discussing in this article; drones are an emerging innovation in the field of inspections.  [...]

20 08, 2021

How Are Drones Used To Inspect?

By |August 20th, 2021|Categories: Inspections & Surveys Insurance Aerial Photography Aerial Video and Filming Thermal Imaging |Tags: |Comments Off on How Are Drones Used To Inspect?

Drone inspections are a cost-effective and safe way to inspect difficult to access locations. Aerial photography is one of the most popular applications for drone technology, but drones can also be used to capture video footage of inaccessible areas which can, in turn, be used in many different industries.Aerial photographs are powerful and can be used to produce photorealistic images of the earth's surface, as well as map outbuildings or terrain. Aerial photographs can be used in many different industries including construction, agriculture, mining and more. This blog post will expl [...]

24 09, 2021

What Is Aerial Photography Used For?

By |September 24th, 2021|Categories: Aerial Photography Agriculture Boats and Shipping Photographer Photography |Tags: |Comments Off on What Is Aerial Photography Used For?

Aerial photography is a type of photography that captures images from the sky. It can be used for a variety of purposes, including capturing photos of landscapes and natural beauty, mapping features on the ground by taking pictures from above, or even documenting construction projects as they are underway. This blog post will discuss what aerial photography is and how it is used today.In recent years aerial photography has been utilised in an increasing number of applications from military operations to film production. [...]

4 02, 2022

Drones For Aerial Roof Inspection

By |February 4th, 2022|Categories: Aerial Filming Aerial Photography Thermal Imaging Property |Tags: |Comments Off on Drones For Aerial Roof Inspection

Reasons to Use Drones in Surveys and ConstructionThere are many advantages to using a drone for aerial roof inspections. One of the most common reasons for an inspection is when a roof tile falls off of your house after a storm. In this case, a drone can capture detailed images to survey the extent of the damage and assess what work may be required. Hiring a scaffolder for a roof inspection can take weeks and is very expensive compared to the cost to hire a drone pilot.Another common problem for homeowners is a leaking roof. A drone can pinpoint the cause of the problem - for example [...]

20 05, 2022

Roof Inspections Using Drones in 2023

By |May 20th, 2022|Categories: Aerial Video and Filming Aerial Photography Aerial Filming |Tags: |Comments Off on Roof Inspections Using Drones in 2023

Why would someone need a roof inspection?There are many reasons why you may need to arrange a roof inspection, and the advent of drone technology has revolutionised the process. Drone inspections are generally cheaper, quicker to arrange and produce more detailed results than traditional methods involving ladders and scaffolding. High-resolution cameras and thermal imaging equipment can provide a wealth of data for analysis.The most common reason for a roof inspection is to check for damage when there are leaks. Missing tiles and damage caused by debris in storms is common in the UK, [...]

3 10, 2022

Roof Maintenance with a Drone

By |October 3rd, 2022|Categories: Property Thermal Imaging |Tags: |Comments Off on Roof Maintenance with a Drone

Assessing the condition of a roof from the ground can be very difficult. Ladders, scaffolding and camera poles are the traditional methods, but each has its downsides and limitations. Inspecting the roof of a two-storey house is hard enough, but for larger properties, commercial buildings and blocks of flats the time, cost and health and safety factors present even greater challenges. Not surprisingly, roof maintenance with a drone has become very popular in recent years. [...]

29 01, 2024

Genuine Commercial Drone Pilots Deserve Better

By |January 29th, 2024|Categories: CAA |Tags: |Comments Off on Genuine Commercial Drone Pilots Deserve Better

Previously, drone operators needed to have permission from the CAA for “commercial operations”. Now, using a drone for commercial purposes does not require any special permission.It's crucial to bring back the days when the CAA knew how many commercial operators the UK had, how many pilots were insured, and how many hours each operator was flying for, including accidents/incidents.Due to the changes in regulations, specifically The Unmanned Aircraft Regulation and changes to the Air Navigation Order, the CAA has massively reduced its control over commercial drone operators.& [...]

20 02, 2024

Enhancing Drone Operations: Dronedesk Partnership

By |February 20th, 2024|Categories: News |Tags: |Comments Off on Enhancing Drone Operations: Dronedesk Partnership

Are you tired of juggling multiple tools and platforms to plan your drone flights safely and efficiently? Dronedesk is a game-changer for drone pilots seeking simplicity, convenience, and unparalleled functionality in their operations. [...]