Industrial and residential inspection

Solar plants, wind turbines, power distribution grids, bridges, telecommunication towers or even household roofs, they all have one thing in common: their difficulty of access. As well as the safety benefits of not sending human resources up elevated structures, detailed drone inspections provide rich visual and thermal data at a fraction of the cost, and considerably faster than the human alternative. CAN·UAS collects this data within hours and sends it to clients for review by their teams at headquarters, wherever these may be, in a matter of hours instead of days.

Roof Inspections

Whether you’re a roofing contractor, a property inspector or a diligent homeowner, drone-based roofing orthomosaics offer an accurate, fast and cost-efficient way of measuring and inspecting residential and commercial roof structures. With a short flight and post-production CAN·UAS delivers rich datasets to ensure a streamlined and educated budget for your project. What’s better, it comes in an easy to interpret ‘roof report’ which you can share with contractors or clients.

Roof inspections
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Structural Inspections

Getting critical structural data to the people who need it has never been so easy. Large structures, often in hard-to-reach places, require periodic inspection. CAN·UAS gathers detailed visual and thermal data and relays it to the engineers tasked with analysing it in a matter of hours. No structure is too complicated.

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Telecom Tower Inspections

As well as speeding-up the inspection process, and reducing item costs, drones offer a considerably safer solution to reviewing current and ongoing visual and thermal data for your assets. BVLOS SFOC’s and waivers allow us to inspect remote assets, beyond visual line of sight.

Cell Towers
Cellphone Tower Inspections Canada

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