Thermal Imaging

Thermal Roof & Building Inspections

For flat and pitched roof assessment, drones are the most effective and cost-effective method available. Using visual and infrared drone technology, we perform visual and infrared roof surveys, delivering a comprehensive report for planning future repairs, recording current conditions, or providing legal documentation.  

There is no comparison to the comprehensiveness and reliability of our thermal imaging surveys. Professional thermal imaging surveys are provided by us externally, for a comprehensive report thermal imaging surveys can also be carried out internally. Reports from our infrared surveys can provide information such as moisture, water ingress, size and location of each   

  • Analyses of stock condition 
  • Analyse real data to find the best options 
  • Determine which areas are performing poorly 
  • Prevent defects before handover by identifying them as early as possible 
  • Damp 
  • Leaks 
  • Structural weak points 
  • Water Ingress 

Colour changes in thermal images can offer basic yet valuable information about the general location of trouble spots, which may suffice for certain applications. However, upper-end units equipped with radiometric thermal cameras provide a significant advantage by delivering precise temperature readings for specific pinpoint locations within an image. This capability allows for detailed thermal analysis and more accurate identification of issues, making these advanced units particularly useful in situations where precise thermal data is critical. Whether used for industrial inspections, electrical system assessments, or building diagnostics, radiometric thermal cameras enhance the ability to diagnose problems accurately and take targeted corrective actions. 

However, capturing the data is only part of the process. Equally critical is the software used to capture, collect, and process large volumes of essential information in real time and during post-flight analysis. The capability to process all the data points for meaningful analysis distinguishes professional thermal drone operations from hobbyists posing as surveyors. High-end equipment, costing nearly twenty thousand pounds, delivers significantly superior results compared to drone gear that costs a fraction of that amount. Professional-grade thermal drones, paired with advanced software, provide precise, comprehensive analysis that is crucial for industrial inspections, infrastructure assessments, and other specialized applications. This sophisticated software allows for the integration of complex datasets, facilitating detailed reporting and informed decision-making, thus ensuring that the investment in high-quality thermal drones translates into tangible, high-value outcomes. 

Utility Control

Thermal imaging can be effectively utilised to assess various types of panels. Drones can easily access utility equipment areas such as alleys, parking lots, fenced zones, and the backs of buildings. Nearby utility poles, transformers, and powerlines are also ideal inspection points for detecting wasteful energy loss. By conducting a thermal drone energy audit, you can identify inefficiencies and mitigate the high costs associated with commercial electricity consumption. This proactive approach not only helps in conserving energy but also in maintaining the integrity of electrical infrastructure, ultimately leading to significant cost savings and enhanced operational efficiency. 

Solar Panels

Solar panels are another area where inefficiencies and problems can be effectively revealed through thermal imaging drones. Variations in panel activity are easily identified by changes in colour, allowing for quick detection of underperforming or faulty panels. Additionally, thermal imaging can be used to assess properties and identify the optimal locations for placing solar panels. By analysing temperature variations across different areas, you can determine the most efficient spots for solar panel installation, maximizing energy capture and overall system performance. This technology not only ensures that solar panels are functioning correctly but also aids in strategic planning for new installations, enhancing both the efficiency and sustainability of solar energy systems. 

Our drones are ready to fly

Due to the very nature of our work some of it can be very much influenced by the weather. Therefore we have a wide range of drones and payloads in our fleet ready to go at a moments notice to get you the best results.
What we offer

Our drones are ready to fly.

Thermal Imaging

Using visual and infrared drone technology, we perform visual and infrared building surveys.

Aerial Surveys

Whether you need agricultural land of industrial land surveying the use of drone can greatly increase speed and accuracy.

Aerial Photography

Fantastic detailed aerial photographs are a great way to stand out from the crowd in a competative market place.

Building Inspections

Using aerial imagery and footage for surveys has the advantage of providing clean, crisp images or videos.


Land surveying and mapping can be performed faster and more efficiently with drones, while maintaining a high level of precision and accuracy.

3D Modelling

3D and 2D models are extremely detailed digital assets that offer accurate and realistic representations of their real-world counterparts.