The commercial and industrial applications are vast – especially when your Ascending Imagery pilot has more than 20 years of experience in technical, safety and maintenance roles in heavy industrial facilities, maritime environments and military installations around the globe.
Wouldn’t everything be so much easier if you could just view and compare the state of an entire property at once? With aerial drone photography, you will get real time visual data when you need it. Now you can:
Even the most experienced construction experts, engineers and developers can benefit from a new perspective. Taking a high and holistic view means you can:
When something goes wrong, you need to get as much information as possible, but capturing the broader picture is difficult. Especially if the immediate environment is not easy or safe to navigate. In the air, however, a drone can give you a view from any vantage point in complete safety.
Staff already face enough danger simply from working in the oil and gas industries. A drone can remove them from unnecessary exposure to hazards while collecting point inspection data. A simple tower inspection that would take 3 rope access workers a full day to complete, can be completed by drone in as little as 3 hours with no human exposure. We can also:
Heavy equipment, massive tonnages, hostile weather and remote environments – mining is an industry where risk management is paramount. Aerial drones allow you to keep people at a safe distance as much as possible. Able to easily go where rope-access workers can only clamber slowly and carefully, our drones can really speed things up – and do it safely.
When compiling environmental impact reports and collecting image data for environmentally sensitive areas, minimising ecological footprint is everything. With the virtually-zero-impact access an aerial imaging drone gives you, you essentially remove direct human interference to flora and fauna entirely. You can:
Defence and other government bodies have unique needs and a great deal of large equipment that requires maintenance and inspection. Aerial drone photography gives the capacity to inspect remote installations and vertical structures without the need for rope access, cranes or articulated booms. It also means organisations can:
Promote your attractions and events with breathtaking, cinematic high-resolution aerial imagery. Tourist attractions often only take on their true scope and scale from the air. Build cinematic promotional material that gives visitors a true perspective on all you have to offer quickly. We can:
Give your prospective buyers and investors visuals that live up to their hopes and dreams. Give your structural engineers and tradespeople the visuals they need to make informed decisions faster. A bird’s eye view of your property and its surroundings is the classic location-location-location hype turned into a tangible sales asset.
Aerial drone photography has even more applications than we can cover in this page.