Our aerial thermography drones are mainly used for thermal diagnostics of buildings (roofs & walls), and dysfunctional points on electrical installations (wears, transformers, bearings, short-circuit). The mobility of drones allows us to perform fast, complete, and safe thermal scans.
Working on large projects in the field of aerial thermography , whether doing commercial roof scans or photovoltaic panels, the experience has allowed us to improve our procurement process and optimization procedures. We have reduced our drone flight time while ensuring high resolution images. We developed an operating process involving a drone octocopter combined with the best thermal imager in the Flir T640. This camera is equipped with the most efficient sensor on the market and offers a thermal sensitivity of 0.04 ° C. This state of the art technology allows us to capture even the slightest temperature differential on building surfaces.
We plan our flight schedule and adapt our aircraft to different projects, depending on the scope of work, the place, the area to be covered, and the time of year.
Permissions and Insurance:
We petitioned the FAA in 2014 and are now authorized to fly UAV's commercially for profit. We currently obtain both a 333 Exemption and a special provision "Certificate of Waiver or Authorization" under 14 CFR Part 107.29 to FLY AT NIGHT. Establishing night-flight was key to our success in the infrared scans of commerical roofs because it we allow us to easily detect "heat signatures" from wet insulation underneath roof membranes.
We also maintain full coverage for our drones during flight.
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333 FAA Approved: (Day & Night Flight Operations)
"Superior Thermal Optics"
Section 333 Waiver
Inculding Part 107 Night Flight Exemptions
We petitioned the FAA in late 2014 to become one of the first authorized businesses to fly UAV's for commercial purposes. In August 2016, we were also successful in obtaining a special provision from the FAA under the "Certificate of Waiver or Authorization" under 14 CFR Part 107.29 in acheiving NIGHT FLIGHT operations (Only a handful of companies in the US to have this permission). Establishing "night-flight" was key to our success in performing infrared scans on commerical roofs because it will allow us to easily detect "heat signatures" from wet insulation underneath roof membranes. Commercial roof scans are mostly performed at night at least one hour after sun-set for optimal results.
Pilot in Charge (PIC).
Our PIC's are licensed pilots and have all the credentialing for operating UAV's (drones) in both day and night flight operations under the current FAA rules. Our pilots maintain their credentials on their persons while on-site during operations.
We maintain liability coverage for public entities and personal protection for our flight operations. For your added protection, our underwriter only insures FAA-333 approved and registry assigned N-numbered aircrafts.