The equipment we use is consistently updated to give us the edge over others and to move forward at the rapid speed that the industry requires.
Our experience in flying UAV’s is extensive. We have trained and qualified with the most reputable NQE’s across three nations which has provided us with a working practice second to none.
The reputation of our company is built on providing a different class of aerial imagery, captured with a safe and effective method of operation.
If you require piece of mind that your project is being undertaken correctly by people that care – you’re on the right page..
The Inspire2’s X5S camera is one of the most versitle aerial cameras available. All the cameras settings are controlled and monitored remotely from the ground.
CimemaDNG, ProRes, H.265, H.264
FHD – 100p, 50,p, 25p
2.7K – 50p, 25p
4K -50p, 25p
5.2K – 25P
DNG, JEPG, DNG+JEPG
4:3 – 5280×3956
16:9 – 5280×2970
Our camera is capable of shooting 5.2K RAW Cinema DNG and 4K ProRes, delivering pin sharp images that can easily be graded in post production.
We can provide a client with crystal clear material within hours. This dramatically cuts the cost, risk and inconvenience of a project when compared to traditional methods such as deployment of helicopters, climbing, power lifts or scaffolding.
Surveyor reporting – Roof, building and estate survey.
Insurance inspections – Storm damage, flood, fire or disaster inspection.
Utilities and Communications – Wind turbine / Mast survey. Accurate line of sight altitude between locations. Essential technical information for planning applications.
Guide to Operations
As a company, we pride ourselves on the training we received and the operational procedures which we follow. It is vital to fly responsibly to ensure the safety of all and to uphold the reputation of both ourselves and the UAV industry in general.
To ensure that any flight operates effectively it is necessary to follow a set of procedures which are set out in our operations manual and approved by the Aviation Authority. This will assess any risk involved in a flight and ultimately if the operation can be carried out legally and in line with current regulations:
Pre-flight Risk Assessment
Once the site has been approved any potential hazards will be highlighted and recorded in a report. This will provide an initial understanding of the working environment highlighting any factors to be observed during a physical on-site assessment.
On-site Risk Assessment:
On-site checks provide further investigation of any hazards highlighted by the pre-flight assessment and those only identifiable at ground level. Once all risk assessment procedure is satisfied, flight operations can proceed.
Unmanned Aircraft Qualification – UAVair
Permission for Commercial Operation (PfCO) – CAA
Permission for Commercial Operation -AESA
Permission for Commercial Operation (APR) – Enac
Member of ARPAS-UK. (Association of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems)