Identify building and roof issues early.
Thermal imaging offers a range of benefits that conventional methods don’t. HVAC issues, surplus moisture, insulation defects and solar panel faults can all be assessed easily by air with a drone. This means that issues can be identified and rectified early, saving considerable time and costs.
See the bigger picture faster.
An aerial view can make a big difference, especially when it comes to natural disasters and events requiring insurance assessment. Drones fitted with thermal imaging cameras have the ability to quickly assess the extent of damage from overhead, be it water, fire or some other force.
Better enable first-responders.
When it comes to emergency services, time is literally a matter of life and death. The ability to survey large areas from the air using thermal imaging technology by search-and-rescue teams can expedite the search for missing persons. Thermal imaging can also help fire fighters to see through smoke and detect hotspots, illuminate night time operations and better inform their crews about changing fire conditions.