High quality - aerial asset inspection images captured by trained, accredited, licensed, and insured Drone operators using the latest enterprise grade equipment and software.
Our drone operators are also globally accredited professional photographers, enabling us to provide you with high quality and impactful imagery to suit a wide range of applications and requirements.
As per the client brief, and/or as per the following if applicable:
An orthophoto, orthophotograph, or orthoimage is a large number of aerial photographs that have been stitched together and have been geometrically corrected (ortho-rectified) such that the scale is uniform.
An orthophotograph has the same lack of distortion as a map and is generally referred to as an orthomosaic map.
Unlike an uncorrected aerial photograph, an orthophotograph can be used to measure true distances because it is an accurate representation of the Earth's surface, having been adjusted for topographic relief, lens distortion, and camera tilt.
Ortho maps can be useful for - Checking the dimensions of your property, any structures (house, shed, pool, etc), and any items on the roof (solar panels, pool heating, etc).
This option has a number of possibilities and is essentially your choice on what you would like completed.
There are a number of finished product possibilities for this option.
Even the smallest type of inspection can comprise dozens of images from various positions and angles. Trying to navigate through these manually and quickly is not an efficient process.
Using state-of-the-art inspection software (Scopito) we are able to provide annotated PDF reports tailored to your requirements.
Repeat Inspections during a new build or renovation provide a progress and quality record.
Site visits can be scheduled on a regular basis for progress tracking purposes, and also as a personal or business record.
The images and/or video can also be used to assist the building contractor with respect to any areas of concern. It is also faster, safer, and more efficient by drone rather than having personnel get on the structure.
This process works best when any initial images and/or video of the site are taken before the commencement of any works.