Detailed Inspections

Trusted

Our pilots are PG&E(WSIP), SDG&E(DIAR), SCE, and Dominion Energy approved pilots who are part 107 licensed and insured.

Equipped

Using the latest in unmanned technology, our teams have the tools necessary for high definition photos and videos.

Collaborative

We work alongside your team to develop a well-rounded inspection program that best suits your business needs.

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Inspection Services

Throughout various industries, visual inspections are required for safety assessments and maintenance. This makes it crucial to obtain thorough data for risk management and compliance with regulating entities. However these inspections come with challenges such such as cost, time, and liability. With our enterprise drones and sensors we are able to navigate around these obstacles while capturing high-resolution images in a fraction of the time it would take for a traditional inspection. 

ABOUT

Inspection Services

Throughout various industries, visual inspections are required for safety assessments and maintenance. This makes it crucial to obtain thorough data for risk management and compliance with regulating entities. However these inspections come with challenges such such as cost, time, and liability. With our enterprise drones and sensors we are able to navigate around these obstacles while capturing high-resolution images in a fraction of the time it would take for a traditional inspection. 

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Using Drones For Inspections

Visual inspections are necessary across almost all industries, from industrial HVAC equipment to the tops of cell phone towers. Having an experienced, qualified inspector with an eye for detail and the knowledge to spot potential problems is essential to keeping everything in proper working order. It also helps to prevent accidents and disasters resulting from damaged or aging equipment.

Inspections are often needed for dangerous or difficult to reach places, such as inside boilers or underneath and at the tops of bridges, requiring special safety equipment and a team on hand in the event of an accident. Instead of dealing with the challenges of a manned inspection, we can send a drone to get clear 360-degree assessments remotely, then zero-in for granular inspections where indicated (for example, around the outside of a support beam or cement pour to check for movement, cracks, or other problems). An inspector can then review the collected data in comprehensive detail.

ABOUT

Using Drones For Inspections

Visual inspections are necessary across almost all industries, from industrial HVAC equipment to the tops of cell phone towers. Having an experienced, qualified inspector with an eye for detail and the knowledge to spot potential problems is essential to keeping everything in proper working order. It also helps to prevent accidents and disasters resulting from damaged or aging equipment.

Inspections are often needed for dangerous or difficult to reach places, such as inside boilers or underneath and at the tops of bridges, requiring special safety equipment and a team on hand in the event of an accident. Instead of dealing with the challenges of a manned inspection, we can send a drone to get clear 360-degree assessments remotely, then zero-in for granular inspections where indicated (for example, around the outside of a support beam or cement pour to check for movement, cracks, or other problems). An inspector can then review the collected data in comprehensive detail.

WHY CHOOSE

Detailed Aerial Inspections

Improve Safety

Often inspectors must take on significant risk by climbing tall obstacles or exposing themselves to work-site hazards to conduct an inspection. Our drone reduces the risk’s associated with this by accessing challenging locations remotely – while simultaneously using a high definition 30x zoom camera to narrow into an area of interest.

Reduce Costs
Drone inspection’s are more cost-effective than using ground crews or traditional aviation methods such as a helicopter.

Since an overwhelming majority of inspections are completed without the need for further action, minimizing the use of expensive equipment (i.e. scaffolding, helicopter, etc) can save hundreds of thousands of dollars per year. Additionally, minimizing the need to work in dangerous conditions will reduce liability insurance costs.

Along with the outgoing costs of labor, equipment, and insurance for safety, consider the costs of downtime that come from having to shut down equipment before an inspection. Using a drone allows the inspection to be completed more quickly, all while minimizing downtime and interruptions to services.
Improved Documentation

Recurring aerial photo/video highlights changes in a structure or piece of equipment over time. For example, if there’s a concern (such as a missing cotter key) that doesn’t need immediate repair but does call for continued monitoring, previous and current data can be compared to determine if the crack has grown or changed over time. This can also minimize liability in the event of an accident or issue with a previously inspected piece of equipment or item.

Beyond Visual Inspections

Not everything can be inspected visually. Thermal, multi-spectral and topographical views from drone imaging support a variety of advanced inspection tasks. Drones equipped with thermal imaging cameras can detect differences in temperature which may indicate surface degradation, cracks, or other flaws.

Faster Project Lifecycle
Aerial imaging makes it possible to keep projects on track and on budget throughout the entire project lifecycle. In addition to exposing issues before they create hazards or delays, drone inspections simplify the compliance documentation and the reporting aspects of a project.

When used for inspections, drones are a powerful tool in a thriving utility company’s toolbox. Drone usage in industrial inspection saves money, protects workers, and helps propel projects to a safe completion.
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Professional Aerial Data Collection.

ARC Analytix will work with your team to provide the highest quality output possible. When we sit down with you to discuss your project, it’s important we fully understand your needs to get the best results.

Let's Fly

Professional Aerial Data Collection.

ARC Analytix will work with your team to provide the highest quality output possible. When we sit down with you to discuss your project, it’s important we fully understand your needs to get the best results.