Inspectifly™ is licensed with the FAA to provide commercial sUAS/Drone services.
Inspectifly™ is an FAA licensed and insured small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)/Drone aerial imaging and inspection service.
On October 3, 2016 Inspectifly™ received, FAA Authorization to commence night small unmanned aircraft system (sUAS)/Drone operations.
Drones are part of a modernized new path to revolutionizing how people work on industrial projects. Capable of reaching various heights, recording valuable information, and keep individuals safe for normally dangerous tasks, their use in the workplace can increase both efficiency and personal safety.
Of course, there comes a big question when deciding to use drones within your organization. Develop an internal drone program or outsourcing drone services? While many organizations may be interested in utilizing their own drones for business related tasks, in most situations outsourcing drone services is a considerably better solution.
Drones, especially those used in industries like real estate, agriculture, wind and solar, mining, industrial inspection, and any other business, cannot just be used on a whim….
Drones are growing in use every year, and their potential is expansive. From delivering mail to managing agriculture, drones have a variety of uses in a multitude of scenarios. One potential area is the industrial sector, especially in concentrated industrial zones which require high safety standards and meticulous record keeping of inspection details.
This is why we believe our drone services are the new, cutting edge safety standard when managing elaborate industrial projects. The type of advantages offered, along with the numerous safety hazards overcome with drone use means your workforce can accomplish more with less.
But what kind of advantages are offered, you ask? Primarily, because drones are capable of reaching multiple heights from various angles, they bring a whole new level of observation to the table. By removing the human element, risk of injury is significantly reduced, while the quality and capture of details is…..
Drones are relatively new to the world of industrial surveillance and inspection, but they are here to stay. In fact, it is safe to say that we have just scratched the surface of drone’s capabilities for aerial inspections. Drones offer tremendous advantages to conduct safe visual and thermal inspections for a number of infrastructure industries, to include telecommunications, power and utilities, oil and gas pipelines, mining, wind turbines, and solar energy to name a few.
One of the primary advantages in using drones to conduct aerial inspections is the greatly increased safety factor which they provide. Drones offer the distinct advantage of providing imagery in several formats for inspections on tall structures, inspections which traditionally have been carried out by climbing the structure and using fall protection to survey the structure. Using Inspectifly’s industrial drone services for aerial inspection, makes great sense. The inspection is conducted from the safety of the ground and offers the ability to view live video feed, still photographs, or a pre-planned….
Inspectifly™ utilizes state of the art small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)/Drones to capture stunning Ultra High Definition (UHD) aerial images and video. Allowing easy access and inspection of dangerous hard to reach assets.
Inspectifly™ utilizes state of the art small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)/Drones equipped with top of the line high resolution FLIR Radiometric Thermal Imaging Sensors to perform thermal inspections of critical utilities, equipment, infrastructure, buildings, and roof moisture analysis.
Inspectifly™ utilizes state of the art small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)/Drones to capture stunning Ultra High Definition (UHD) aerial images and video.
Inspectifly™ utilizes state of the art small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)/Drones to generate high resolution Georeferenced Orthomosaic Maps.
Inspectifly™ utilizes state of the art small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)/Drones to capture high resolution 3D Point Cloud Data. We can generate 3D topographical maps, 3d models of building or infrastructure, and much more.
Inspectifly™ utilizes state of the art small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)/Drones and highly specialized software to accurately measure stockpile volume.
Inspectifly™ utilizes state of the art small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)/Drones equipped with zoom capable cameras or Infrared imaging sensors to assist in the location of lost people or animals.
Inspectifly™ utilizes state of the art small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS)/Drones to capture stunning Ultra High Definition (UHD) aerial images and video. Allowing easy exterior claim verification and assessment.
We provide sUAS/Drone consulting services, we can assist you with regulatory concerns, equipment selection, standard operating procedures (SOP), FAA compliance, waiver applications, training and much more.
Yes, drones are legal to use for commercial purposes. However the drones must be operated in accordance to Federal, State and local laws. In addition, the drone must be piloted by a person who holds a valid FAA issued sUAS Remote Pilot certificate.
Yes, drones are very safe in the hands of a trained pilot. However, they can present a hazard in the hands of untrained or novice pilots.
There is no easy answer to this question, most inspections have their own unique inspection requirements. However, drone inspections typically take a fraction of the time as traditional inspection methods. Drones eliminate the need for safety rigging and high lift equipment and the like. Thus, the inspection can be performed much faster without constantly reposition equipment and safety rigging.
Mapping and stockpile measurement times are based on total area to be mapped.
Most of our work is done at client facilities, the data we capture is considered confidential. Thus, the data and all rights to that data is transferred to the client. Unfortunately, this prevents us from displaying it on our website.