Efficient and safe project monitoring and inspection service that gives better, closer and clear control,
while you continue your business operations as usual. Industrial inspections, like roof inspections, power
line inspections, and flare stack inspections, can be time-consuming and many times, difficult to complete.
Often, these jobs are risky for the workers completing them. But, with the use of drones, these risks can be
Drone technology allows inspectors to fly an unmanned drone to assess the area in need of inspection with real-time video surveillance. The camera equipment that’s mounted to the drone flyer has the ability to take high-resolution video or stills without risk of injury to the inspector. At Airpix, we want to help keep workers safe while completing industrial inspections. Contact us today to learn more about how our system can help complete inspections accurately and without risk of harm to inspectors.
Aerial monitoring provides information for 3D object creation and area's orthophotography map. The information can be continuously updated and stored as an online map for interactive viewing of objects. This provides better control over the work progress and the ability to provide investors and clients with the most recent visual information. Airpix also equips and provides ease to the government agencies to detect illegal construction detection.
Aerial photo and video can be used to provide clients with impressive visuals such as the view out the future window at the earliest stages of construction. A 3D model of a construction project makes every detail available for viewing online. The model can also be used in further planning, including that of landscaping and interior design
Throughout a development’s construction phase (and even before), agreed flight paths over and around the site can be made to provide almost real-time visual progress reporting details for developers, stakeholders and even the people on site as an engaging record of how the project is going.
Using accurate aerial photogrammetry techniques, large areas (2D and 3D) can be measured to within accuracy in centimeters. This can be adapted quickly, cost-effectively and with minimal disruption to the day to day workings of the site.