Unmanned Aerial System

Unmanned Aerial System


People working at height has always meant potential exposure to inherent dangers that cannot be fully removed, despite robust risk assessments and current regulations.

Workmen and women will always be exposed to some level of risk while working on large and tall structures, whether wind turbines at sea, flare stacks in the desert or on the roof of their own home. However, with the use of UAS technology, those risks can be greatly reduced.

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Initial surveys can be done from the safety of the ground, meaning targeted areas can be identified and better planning can be implemented for exposure at height. Advancing UAS technology allows organisations to carry out far more detailed inspection than was available to them a few short years ago.

In some cases these surveys are enough to determine that no access by personnel is required. This not only avoids unnecessary risks to employees but can save organisations huge costs associated with the hire of expensive equipment and at the same time, significantly reduce down time.

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We cannot 100% remove the need for experienced people to carry out vital work at height. However, whenever we can, we say "Why climb when you can fly?"

We use OUR technology to perform initial surveys from the safety of the ground, greatly reducing the risks which personnel may encounter while working at height on large and tall structures.

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We abide by the most stringent Health and Safety regulations on every single job that we undertake and so all risk is eliminated.

We produce astounding levels of detail from our aerial building surveys and as if that was not enough, we will significantly reduce your survey costs as our technology means that projects benefit from much shorter timescales.

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