Light Detection And Ranging - measures the time it takes light to bounce off the earth and return to a sensor – at 300,000 light pulses per second and 250 elevations per square foot, resulting in high resolution, 3D models.
LiDAR data has been collected by manned aircraft for the last 20 years – technology has changed that. Drones are dramatically less expensive, safer, and the quality of data collected is far superior, because drones can fly much closer to the ground and in inaccessible areas.
The resulting models are CAD and Virtual Reality-ready.
Thermal images capture heat discrepancies with pixeled temperature readouts, catching what the human eye cannot see.
An early intervention tool, regular thermal scans monitor heat variations, reveal problems, and avoid mounting damage and costs.
Roof, insulation, air leak and moisture issues
Water or air intrusion changes density and the heat signature, becoming glaringly obvious to thermography.
Electrical & HVAC issues
Faulty wiring is clearly visible to the thermal lens, pinpointing electrical problems quickly. Thermal imaging also exposes HVAC condenser blockage in seconds.
Detecting faulty concrete work is immediately apparent with thermography. Until now, chain drag and hammer sounding have been the primary methods used to detect moderate to severe delamination in concrete structures, with chain drag limited to horizontal surfaces.
Our superior cameras - 20.8 megapixel and 5.2K video - deliver superior optical zoom for unparalleled clarity and Hollywood-quality results.
25x better resolution than Google Earth with current images
2D aerial photos create 3D models and points clouds, which allows lengths, areas, volumes of structures and points of interest to be measure and then analyzed in GIS software