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Whether your assets are buildings, bridges, railways, wind turbines, airports, roads or waterways, drones are making inspections much easier and cheaper. Drones for inspection eliminate the need for large machinery such as cherry pickers, hydraulic cranes or platforms and avoid any type of rope descent, making the project much safer.

Maintenance and inspection services often struggle with the challenge of covering vast areas occupied by various structures. These structures require meticulous inspections for proper maintenance, yet conducting physical examinations of each component consumes substantial time and incurs expenses. Aerial drone inspections are changing the industry in Dubai and the Middle East.

One of the most efficient solutions is the utilisation of drones for inspections. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) come equipped with an array of cameras suitable for both day and night assessments, in addition to specialised sensors like thermographic devices and sniffers. Furthermore, these drones can be programmed to follow predefined flight routes at regular intervals. Drones offer the added advantage of inspecting larger areas in diverse and more efficient ways, reducing the time and costs involved. Consequently, this approach allows for increased frequency in routine inspections, quicker detection of issues, and ultimately results in fewer adverse consequences.

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There are a multiple reasons why drones are a great tool for inspections.  They speed up the inspection, they collect more accurate data and ultimately are safer than traditional methods.

This depends on the asset to be inspected and how many days it would take to inspect. Contact us at info@droneshop.ae for a tailored quote.

Yes, permits are required to be able to fly the drone.  These will need to be obtained from your local civil aviation authority as well as from the owner of the asset.  Please check with your local authorities for specific required permissions.

The sensors and cameras on the drones are sophisticated enough that the drone will not need to be any closer than 10-20 meters of the asset but the images will look as if it were next to the asset.

The drones also have obstacle avoidance to make sure they do not collide with anything if they are required to get closer to the asset due to lack of space.

This would depend on the size of the building and the data needed from the inspection.  For example, a building of approximately 40 floors could be inspected in 1 day using multiple drones to get quality images and thermal data.

Drones can be used for a wide range of inspections, including infrastructure inspections (bridges, buildings, roads), industrial inspections (pipelines, power lines, solar panels), agricultural assessments, and environmental monitoring. They are also used for inspecting hard-to-reach areas like rooftops, wind turbines, and telecommunications towers.

Drone inspections can be highly accurate, depending on the quality of the sensors and cameras used. Advanced drones equipped with high-resolution imaging and precise sensors can detect minute details and anomalies.

Data collected from drone inspections is processed using specialized software to analyze and interpret the images and readings. This data can be used for preventive maintenance, to assess damage, to monitor changes over time, and to make informed decisions about repairs and maintenance.

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