Inspections of Infrastructure / Bridges / Towers / Turbines

building inspection is an inspection performed by a building inspector for infrastructure Inspections, a person who is employed by either a city, township or county and is usually certified in one or more disciplines qualifying them to make professional judgment about whether a building meets building code requirements. A building inspector may be certified either as a residential or commercial building inspector, as a plumbingelectrical or mechanical inspector, or other specialty-focused inspector who may inspect structures at different stages of completion.[1] Building inspectors may charge a direct fee or a building permit fee. Inspectors may also be able to hold up construction work until inspection has been completed and approved.[2]

Matrice 200 Commercial infrastructure Inspections

WE utilize the DJI Matrice 200 aerial drone for infrastructure inspections of infrastructure. This is a highly specialized unit, able to fly and record in rain, and snow, with an up to 18 mph wind. We realize that this may not be the best of conditions to inspect detailed issues, but given we live in the Pacific Northwest, sometimes the job cannot wait, and needs done. For this reason we have invested in the toughest drone we could find.

We hold an FAA Certified unmanned Aerial Vehicle Pilots License, and our aerial division utilizes the DJI Matrice 200 industrial level drone. This is the best equipment for the rigors of the pacific Northwest Commercial Inspections, as the drone is considered All-Weather, and can fly in the rain & snow, and up to an 18mph wind. These are typically conditions not advised to fly in for the preservation of the drone, and visibility purposes. But for when that job just has to be done, the drone is equipped with automatic anti-collision features, and automatic return to launch site should any connections be lost during commercial inspections.