UAVS’s and Drones have radically reduced the need to risk the safety of manned crews and expensive equipment to perform complex inspections of bridges, towers, buildings, etc. No longer does an individual need risk injury to climb or rappel off structures to complete an inspection. With new drone technology, we can now do in minutes what used to take all day. This greatly reduces the time and cost of completing critical structural inspection.

Our drones carry ultra HD cameras which use a gimbal to stabilize the image and allow the use of zoom optics for incredibly close and details inspection. These can either be viewed live from the ground by a technician, and/or recorded and brought back down for future more detailed review. Our aircraft are also capable of carrying thermal camera capable of showing exact heating of different areas. Know where heat is escaping from a roof or what electrical connection may fail before it happens.

Drones are revolutionizing many industries, current inspection applications include, cell phone towers, bridges, transmission wires, wind turbines, solar farms, and commercial roofing. If efficiency and safety are important to you’re business, drone inspections are something to consider.


We employ the latest cutting edge tools to create high resolution maps for survey, crop management, and 3D modeling.

Have a construction site and want to monitor the progress? We’ve got you covered. We can plan and record automated flights that will create identical maps every day, month, or year whatever your need may be. In addition to traditional “google maps” top down view, we can also create 3d models of your site allowing you to fly around in 3d space and view your project from any vantage point.

For crop management we can create NDVI (normalized difference vegetation index) maps. These can be used to pinpoint potential problem areas in a field where crops are not getting the watering they need, or where they are being over watered. This helps increase your yield while decreasing wasted water irrigation.

  • Orthomosaics: Georeferenced orthorectified maps.
  • Terrain models: Accurate topgraphic modeling, with DSMs and DTMs.
  • NDVI analysis: Simple crop health visualizations with 5 algorithms.
  • 3D models: Detailed, accurate 3D models and point clouds.