The pieces highlight how the service automatically identifies and measures different roof and edge types, including surface areas, valleys, flashing, ridges, parapets and eaves, quickly and safely delivering the data essential to roofing repairs, condition assessments, insurance claims and photo-voltaic installations.
The potential of the service has already been recognised by Tomorrow’s FM, as it’s been shortlisted as a Top 50 finalist in the Tomorrow’s FM Awards 2019 – more details when the awards are launched before Christmas.
Our recent projects include aerial filming at the ISG Cycle for Charity, which raised over £20,000 for MacMillan Cancer Support, as well as indoor drone filming at the ISG head office in London.
There was also a lot of interest in our drones for construction services at the recent Kent Construction Exhibition and South East Construction Expo, particularly the potential to use drones to deliver elevation mapping, surface and volumetric measurements, as well as progress reports and marketing imagery.
For more details do get in touch.
Drones can do far more than deliver great images and inspections, however, from building houses to planting trees and investigating chemical attacks...
Mud-spraying drones to build emergency housing
MoD to use drones to investigate chemical attacks
Tree planting drones to reverse deforestation
Improve emergency service response times in the West Midlands
Do get in touch if you’d like to discuss how our drone services can support your business.