Aerial Surveys & Inspection
Aerial Survey is a unique service allowing the ability to reach even the most inaccessible, hazardous or large-scale sites. Severn Partnership’s UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle) teams use the latest drone technology to provide a wide range of surveying and inspection services.
Our highly-experienced pilots and surveyors can safely capture high-resolution imagery and survey-grade data in a fast, safe way. It compliments our other services such as Mobile Mapping perfectly, providing complete data sets and site visualisation.
Benefits of Aerial Survey
UAV technology advancements in both hardware and software has enabled the accuracy to improve rapidly. With application of our survey knowledge and expertise, this technology can now offer survey grade accuracy.
Combine this with the latest drone technology in stabilisation controls and camera technology and you have a survey solution for many uses.
Access all areas:
UAV’s can access areas virtually impossible by standard methods. This can save time and cost on a project and ensure a complete data set. With a pre-planned flight path or an experienced pilot, roofs, tops of walls, towers, masts, tall buildings and wind turbines can all be surveyed with ease.
With the latest developments in Drone technology, the speed in which a survey can be carried out and the area covered is second to none. With further advancements in software, office processing is now on par with other reality data capture methods reducing lead times for data delivery by as much as 20 x traditional static total station methods.
Drones are able to collect data safely in compromised, dangerous or sensitive environments. All data is captured easily from the air safely with a fast turnaround for the project which otherwise could be expensive and time consuming.
With the adoption of the latest Drone technology and expert application by a chartered survey business, comes faster work flows and a much quicker turnaround. This saves time and saves costs making Aerial Surveying an affordable solution. Drones are opening new horizons with surveys previously costly and time consuming, now being affordable and commercially viable.
Click the video below for a brief introduction:
Aerial Surveying has many uses, including:
- Roof Top surveys
- Visualisation of a site, ideal for a construction site to see progress and highlight areas of interest
- Large scale surveys such as quarries
Ideal for surveys of large areas, Inspections, visualisation and roof top surveys.For further information on how Aerial Surveying can be used on your project, please contact:
Steve Jones, Head of Commecial