Visual inspection of roof structures by drone

" The inspection of roofs and technical installations by drone from the inside is safe, fast, cheap and precise. "
Christian Engelke

Inspect roof structures from the inside by drone

With our Flyability ELIOS drone we can easily inspect roofs and complex roof structures, for example in tanks. Roof inspections for large and complex buildings can be difficult, expensive and risky. We can inspect large production halls, logistics halls or hangars from the inside. Often production can be continued as usual and work can continue without interruption while we carry out the inspection at the same time. In contrast to classical inspections, the erection of scaffolding can be completely dispensed with.

To what extent do drones improve the inspection of roof structures?

Roof inspections by drone are safe

Drone roof inspection eliminates most of the risks associated with traditional roof inspection methods. Using the drone eliminates the need for scaffolding, aerial work platforms or industrial climbers.

Drone inspections are fast and complete

The traditional inspection of building envelopes involves a great deal of preparation for effort. As a rule, production facilities have to be dismantled and scaffolding erected. The condition of the technical systems is usually recorded with 35 mm cameras and the images are processed into condition reports at great time and effort.When drones are used, the inspection only takes a short time, since there is no need to assemble the climbing and climbing equipment, and the drones inspection begins immediately after the team arrives on site. In addition, it performs the inspection in a fraction of the time required by traditional methods.The drones can then transmit the captured data to the ground inspection team. The collected data can be easily used to create seamless condition reports.

Drone inspections are economical

In most cases, you can continue working normally during a drone inspection. The production equipment does not have to be stopped or removed. If a production stoppage is necessary, it is considerably shorter than with all other classic inspection methods.

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