As the UAV / Drone industry grows as does the technology available within the drones so making them more capable and safer for various tasks including aerial UAV / drone inspection and aerial land surveying.
The drone has three different payloads including 36MP high resolution camera, combined thermal image and digital camera head and video camera head. See examples of the work completed by Aerial Media Scotland in our UAV Drone gallery.
These payloads allow the drone to carryout difficult access aerial drone inspections quicker, safer and often in higher wind speeds than conventional techniques including rope access and MEWP’s (cherry pickers). Also using a drone to carry out the work means you are not endangering staff working at height.
As soon as the drone has landed the images are downloaded onsite and allow for technical reviews to be carried out straight away identifying critical damage and signs of deterioration to the structures.
What makes the Asctec and industry leader? The specialised features of the Falcon 8 drone include
All these safety features help to ensure this drone is the ideal package for aerial inspection and aerial geographical survey tasks.
Manufacturer: Asctec / Intel
Payloads: 36MP digital camera, Thermal image with digital stills camera and 1080HD video camera
Battery : 3 cell LiPo batteries
Flight time: depending on payload up to 12 – 20mins
Max wind speed: 15 m/s approx 32mph which is an industry high standard
Site operators: Pilot and payload operator
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