• Asset age deterioration inspection

  • Roof inspection

  • HVAC inspection

  • Building safety inspection

  • Park and Parking improvisation survey

  • Thermal integration survey


Building inspections can be simplified, sped up, and enhanced with the addition of drones to your inspection toolkit. You can also explore how advanced payloads can add more depth to the data you gather.



Drones equipped with infrared sensors not only collect data for deteriorated parts of the building, but also provide important information about construction quality. It can help in identifying possible safety threats due to age and construction quality.

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Building, Structures, Facade Inspection Services using Drones

We can help with
  • Asset age deterioration inspection

  • Roof inspection

  • HVAC inspection

  • Building safety inspection

  • Park and Parking improvisation survey

  • Thermal integration survey


Building inspections can be simplified, sped up, and enhanced with the addition of drones to your inspection toolkit. You can also explore how advanced payloads can add more depth to the data you gather.



Drones equipped with infrared sensors not only collect data for deteriorated parts of the building, but also provide important information about construction quality. It can help in identifying possible safety threats due to age and construction quality.

Here’s a look at the most compelling advantages of putting drones to work inspecting building exteriors:



Speed: An experienced drone pilot can scan the exterior of a building in a fraction of the time required to inspect a building manually. This allows inspectors to take on additional building inspection assignments which ensures each inspection can be done more efficiently and effectively..


Cost: With time being money, speedy drone inspections cost far less than manual inspections and are safer. Furthermore, aerial photography that used to be cost-prohibitive with planes or helicopters is now widely available thanks to drones.


Safety: Manual inspection of the exterior walls of a high-rise building requires an inspector to repel down the side of the building with ropes, pausing to look for damage or flaws  along the way. High winds could put the inspector in danger and create delays in the inspection process. A failure in the rope and repelling equipment could become fatal. Remote-controlled drones eliminate these risks to people and property.


Liability: With the hazards of traditional manual building inspections, the liability exposure has been substantial. Inspectors have to be insured, and those who hire them had to be indemnified against the cost of serious or even fatal injuries. Removing these risks with drones shrinks potential liabilities and potentially saves money.


Maneuverability: Drones can hover over a specific area to check for potential problems, and they can move into places that human eyes could never see without assistance. Complex building exteriors that jut out at odd angles can easily be inspected with remote-controlled drones.


Visual clarity: Cameras with up to 4K resolution can reveal flaws and/or damage that the human eye potentially can miss. Thermal cameras on drones can detect heat differentials that reveal leaks.


Share-ability: Digital video and images are easy to share among multiple stakeholders, so when time is of the essence everyone who need to know about an exterior problem can review them in high-resolution and high-quality.

Our fleet is equipped with advanced autonomous drones containing sensors such as infrared, high definition RGB images, multispectral, thermal, etc. which help carry out an effective building inspection. Our team of experts along with AI-based software tools add unmatched value to your inspection. Please refer the sample report below:



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We welcome your inquiries about deploying or upgrading a drone inspection program for your buildings.


"With regular drone inspections, you save buildings and lives."

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