ASSET INSPECTION

Drone Technologies leverages the latest in aerial technology to provide faster, safer and higher quality asset inspections to our clients. By utilising drones we reduce the risk to workers performing manual inspections, remove the need for scaffolding or elevated work platforms and reduce the down time of assets by allowing inspections to be conducted with minimal setup or even uring plant operation. These factors all result in cost and time savings when Drone Technologies are implemented in asset inspection instead of traditional methods.

TELECOMMUNICATIONS

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Power Inspections

This format can be used in the planning, development and completion stages of construction:

  • Planning - Assist in determining the views present at a predetermined height, to assist architect and for promotional material.

  • Construction - Monitor an entire site from one single image.

  • Completion - Showcase your completed project and impress future clients with a birds eye view.

Warehouse Inspections

Standard practices of volumetric analysis are hazardous procedures requiring surveyors to physically climbing up and down stockpiles carrying heavy and expensive equipment. Drone technology not only removes the need for manually traversing the piles, thus reducing time and improving safety, but can also provide a more accurate results. This is particularly evident on irregularly shaped piles, where standard surveying techniques would introduce errors due to excessive interpolation between points. 

Drone based photogrammetry measurements can provide a much faster, safer and cost effective solution to keeping track of earth works and stockpile movements around a site. 

Telecommunications

Standard practices of volumetric analysis are hazardous procedures requiring surveyors to physically climbing up and down stockpiles carrying heavy and expensive equipment. Drone technology not only removes the need for manually traversing the piles, thus reducing time and improving safety, but can also provide a more accurate results. This is particularly evident on irregularly shaped piles, where standard surveying techniques would introduce errors due to excessive interpolation between points. 

Drone based photogrammetry measurements can provide a much faster, safer and cost effective solution to keeping track of earth works and stockpile movements around a site. 

Solar Farms

Standard practices of volumetric analysis are hazardous procedures requiring surveyors to physically climbing up and down stockpiles carrying heavy and expensive equipment. Drone technology not only removes the need for manually traversing the piles, thus reducing time and improving safety, but can also provide a more accurate results. This is particularly evident on irregularly shaped piles, where standard surveying techniques would introduce errors due to excessive interpolation between points. 

Drone based photogrammetry measurements can provide a much faster, safer and cost effective solution to keeping track of earth works and stockpile movements around a site. 

Roads

Standard practices of volumetric analysis are hazardous procedures requiring surveyors to physically climbing up and down stockpiles carrying heavy and expensive equipment. Drone technology not only removes the need for manually traversing the piles, thus reducing time and improving safety, but can also provide a more accurate results. This is particularly evident on irregularly shaped piles, where standard surveying techniques would introduce errors due to excessive interpolation between points. 

Drone based photogrammetry measurements can provide a much faster, safer and cost effective solution to keeping track of earth works and stockpile movements around a site. 

Bridges

Standard practices of volumetric analysis are hazardous procedures requiring surveyors to physically climbing up and down stockpiles carrying heavy and expensive equipment. Drone technology not only removes the need for manually traversing the piles, thus reducing time and improving safety, but can also provide a more accurate results. This is particularly evident on irregularly shaped piles, where standard surveying techniques would introduce errors due to excessive interpolation between points. 

Drone based photogrammetry measurements can provide a much faster, safer and cost effective solution to keeping track of earth works and stockpile movements around a site. 

OFFICES

Brisbane Operations

15/71 Jijaws Street,

Sumner Park, 4074

Gold Coast Operations

45 The Sovereign Mile, Paradise Point, QLD 4216

CALL

Ph:    1300 648 378

Mob: 0458 662 207

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PARTNERSHIPS

Nitestar Security Group

AWARDS

2015 Knowledge Transfer Partnership grant

MEMBERSHIPS

Australian Certified UAV Operators

The Nitestar Security Group - Drone Technologies security partner
The Australian Certified UAV Operators
Australian Research Centre for Aerospace Automation (ARCAA), ARCAA is a joint venture between Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and Australia's national science agency, CSIRO.

QUT 

Australian Research Centre for Aviation Automation

Australian Security Industry Association Limited

BOQ Peoples Choice