Aerial photogrammetry has come a long way fast thanks to modern drones. More companies are embracing the value of working with aerial mapping companies – especially clients who need to perform regular aerial survey overflights for compliance or maintenance purposes.
We’re often asked: “What’s coming next in industrial drone service?”
Nobody can predict the future, but here’s the Eye-bot Aerial Solutionstake:
More Versatility Through Better Regulations
As with many new technologies, drone capabilities are evolving fast and regulators are hard-pressed to keep up. Aerial photography and drone mapping can become even more efficient and powerful – but their full power can only be unleashed by relaxing restrictions on airspace, line of sight, and other issues. Luckily, as drones become safer, laws can have a lighter touch.
More Widespread Use of Thermal Imaging
Thermal imaging allows drones to “see in the dark,” extending aerial photogrammetry into the non-visible spectrum. Thermal imaging has been used for search and rescue, firefighting, and more. As these cameras become smaller and more sophisticated, they can be used to monitor air quality, gas detection, and preventive maintenance needs.
AI-Based Project Management
Drones already have a tremendous amount of processing power under the hood. When collecting aerial photogrammetry data or performing aerial survey, they process and store huge amounts of information. With on-board AI, the day might come when they can practically fly themselves: Easily choosing the most efficient flight path for the job and adapting to the unexpected.
Better Industrial Integration
What would it mean if an industrial drone service was fully integrated with your network, sensors, and equipment? We think it would be pretty cool – and save you a lot of money. As more machinery is woven together in a responsive tapestry of industrial automation, AI-enabled drones will be able to support manufacturing and mining with new data on demand.
No matter what the future of drones holds, Eye-bot Aerial Solutions will be there every step of the way. We are the industrial drone service that strives to bring you the future today.
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Drone mapping services facilitate effective project management by getting right to the heart of success – accurate data. Drone inspection services furnish data more quickly than any other solution available today, including legacy solutions most enterprises have used for decades.
Let’s take a look at how a high resolution aerial survey helps your project pick up the pace:
Refresh Your Data When You Need It
A UAV service can survey an entire job site far faster than a ground-based survey team, fixed-wing craft, or helicopter. These traditionally take 6-8 weeks to complete their work – by that time, your entire situation could change. Drone mapping services can refresh project site data in as little as one day, letting you update the big picture whenever you need to.
Greater Accuracy Means Less Rework
The highly sophisticated imaging equipment on a modern drone sacrifices nothing when it comes to accuracy – it’s just as good as being there in person. What’s more, drone inspection services are simply more efficient in a large or hazardous site: They can be programmed to automatically adapt to the most efficient route and go where other equipment simply can’t.
Industry's Fastest Data Processing
The patchwork of images from a conventional survey team could take weeks to put into a useful form. High resolution aerial survey not only provides exceptional image quality, but the ability to bring it all together quickly. With simultaneous image capture and processing, you’ll get a visual timeline of your project’s entire history at the click of a mouse.
UAV service helps you avoid the delays and cost overruns that so often derail a complex, high-stakes project. Not only that, but drone mapping services tend to be more cost-effective than any of the alternatives you might name, especially long-term.
At Eye-bot Aerial Solutions, our drone pilots and engineers take on all the costs associated with equipment, licensure, and training. After a brief consultation and setup, we’re ready to integrate seamlessly into your operations and act as your eye in the sky whenever you need us.
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Our 40+ megapixel cameras can be top OR bottom mounted. We can see things other drones simply cannot. Our cameras provide unprecedented detail and accuracy.