A Remotely Piloted Aircraft (Drone or UAV/UAS) equipped with FLIR Thermal Infrared Imaging can quickly and safely locate potential problem spots ("Prevention Analysis") and/or inefficiencies ("Deficiency Assessment"). Thermography is extraordinarily useful in Upstream Systems, Midstream Infrastructure, and Downstream Facilities. High resolution Infrared & NIR (Near Infrared/Red Edge) images & video of Vegetation (NDVI) is critical in modern Precision Agriculture, an area of deep and special interest of ours.
Industrial Plants, Platforms, Power Lines, Substations, Towers, Flare Stacks, Pipelines, Wind Turbines, Solar Fields, Rooftops and general Building Infrastructure Modelling (BIM) can be collected quickly. Gone are the days and/or need for extraordinarily risky Scaffolds, wasted workhours and revenue, and costly third-party tenders to visualize hard-to-reach locations. Coupled with our “Terrestrial” (“on-foot”) Infrared Thermal Imaging services, an ACCESSiFLY ITC Certified Thermographer can legally and accurately diagnose your facility and/or work in collaboration towards NDST (Non-destructive Testing) and research outcomes.
Key Benefits of Aerial Infrared Thermography include:
First Responders, Fire Fighters, SAR Teams, (Search & Rescue) and members of Law Enforcement can mobilize in a matter of minutes. A Remotely Piloted Aircraft with integrated Infrared Thermal Imaging can provides an additional "eye" with the ability to see through smoke, dust, light fog, and foliage. This technology allows the user to find persons even in total darkness – see much farther than with other low-light night vision goggles and cameras.
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Missing, damaged or inadequate insulation, building envelope air leaks, moisture intrusion, and substandard work are costly to residential and commercial building owners. A legal bonded Terrestrial (“on-foot”) Infrared Thermography Inspection carried out in tandem with one of our Aerial Thermography assessments or commissioned on it’s own conducted by an ACCESSiFLY ITC Certified Infrared Thermographer will help you quickly see and find the sources of energy efficiencies ("Prevention Analysis") , destructive water damage and structural issues ("Deficiency Assessment") . This greatly aids in making informed decisions on needed repairs that can help save energy dollars, prevent escalating damages, as well as afford for more comfortable occupancy.
A Radiometric Infrared Camera records Infrared Thermal Data in EVERY IMAGE PIXEL and as a result, is unlike any other Infrared Camera. ACCESSiFLY own and operate the HIGHEST END and MOST MODERN FLIR Infrared Radiometric Infrared Cameras (for both Aerial & Terrestrial applications). We can inspect a roof, building, server room, sound studio, home etc. in minutes “on-foot” with these devices– when it used to take hours. And re-inspect once needed repairs have been made ensuring the problem has been corrected.
ALL commissions (Aerial & Terrestrial) include a full bonded, legal and extraordinarily detailed Certified Infrared Thermography Report that Clients may use as needed for Insurance, Claims Adjustment, Preventative Measures, Security, Infrastructure Change & Future-proofing etc.
They come with "peace-of-mind" knowing you hired the most skilled, experienced, and well equipped Thermographers in the industry.
ITC Certification #: CDN20180701
ACCESSiFLY Staff have actively engaged and leveraged this revolutionary technology, and we are literally amongst a SMALL HANDFUL of individuals from Canada attending the followup ESRI Canada Conference on October 9/10 to complete final training and familiarization with the application.
More than a simple indoor mapping platform, ArcGIS Indoors creates a single source of truth for facility inventories and assets where Infrared Thermal Imaging is concerned for both preventative and diagnostic applications while helping to build a safe and secure environment with the tools your workplace occupants need to efficiently interact, engage, and collaborate.