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CAA drone registration for ALL in the UK With continued changes in legislation and updates from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) a significant change is occurring within the UAV / Drone sector. CAA Drone registration is being introduced. From the 30th November 2019 all drone users with aircraft of a weights between 250g and 20Kg...

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Aerial Media Scotland is interviewed by Power and Energy Solutions (PES wind) magazine about wind blade inspection techniques by UAV. With the use of UAV / Drones expanding rapidly in the renewables markets and in particular wind energy. Aerial Media Scotland was interviewed by PES Wind. The article gives advise on what a contracting company...

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Working at heights qualified……. but why? Aerial Media Scotland understands that this may come as a surprise to some.   Surely NOT having the risks of personnel Working at Heights is one of the main benefits of using Drone / UAV for your Survey and Inspections need. Aerial Media Scotland has used its significant knowledge and...

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Although based in Scotland we get around The name can be deceiving. Although we are based in Dunfermline, Fife in Scotland we operate UK wide. AMS provides UAV / drone inspections on wind turbine blades, fragile and dangerous roofs, cladding and conditional survey’s. The map shows the locations of planned works coming up over the...

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Drones in the construction industry Drones in the construction industry are proving there worth all over the UK to architects, surveyors and civil engineers. The use of UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) otherwise known as Drones has been steadily increasing over the last few years by construction companies, architects and surveyors . Drones in the construction...

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  Wind turbine inspection by UAV Drone The UK is well placed to take advantage of Wind Power, with some of the best conditions in Europe and high average wind speeds. Both onshore and offshore wind farms are an important part of where the UK sources its energy. Whilst these figures are impressive, wind turbine...

Drone structural inspection Drone structural inspections makes one of the most difficult tasks very simple.The inspection of structures is often a time consuming, costly and difficult task. With High definition cameras fitted to a drone, roofs, structures and facades can be easily examined within minutes. Close up views of any area Drone structural inspection allows...

Structural survey by drone is the most advanced way to carry out inspection work. A key part to any external building maintenance schedule is the inspection phase. This can sometimes be considered the most important stage as it ensures a scope of works is formed with a clear understanding of the condition and state of...