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June 4, 2017
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Asset Inspections

Drone Asset Inspection

Drones function in a very simple way: they go to the sky and do their job. Now, whatever that job is, it can surely make the work a lot easier if you were to do it. You can’t fly but drones can. You also cannot hover but drones can easily do that. Now that you see how drones have the edge, you must now understand how drones can help you. Here are some reasons why you need to use drones to help you out.

They give a different perspective

If you own a farm, monitoring the fields is an enormous task requiring an enormous amount of work. Drones can help you out in trying to check your farms from above. This can give a general overview of how your crops and fields look like. They can also make high quality pictures even when zoomed in for more detail. With that, you can easily determine what needs to be done on your land so that you can maximize your profits.

You can also use drones for Drone asset inspections to see real estates. You can view and notice how houses are structured. This is especially effective when you set yourself to look at big houses. Those kinds of houses simply cannot be seen in whole by the naked eye. You will need the help of drones to give you a better perspective of the whole property. As such, drones have boosted marketing for real estate by many levels.

They can reduce the work you need to do

You do not have to get up and water the whole field. Your drone can do that. You do not have to measure up and count the seeds you’ll plant. The drones can do that for you, too. In fact, it can also help out fire fighters as to where fires will spread so that they can cut the fuel there. Weather can also be predicted with additional instruments. A drone can do every kind of fieldwork like Drone asset inspection. Though they seem weak and frail at first, sturdier kinds have been developed to create a better experience.

They also keep track of the security. The police use it to scan areas for possible crime offenders. The military also uses drones for missions that are far too dangerous for human platoon to attempt. Summing it up, drones can also let you avoid the risk to your life. The next time you thought of looking at what is over a cliff, you can fly a drone instead. You do the work easily and efficiently. All of these are feasible actions and drones actually carry them out.

Be careful as you fly them, though. Make sure you do not cross any private property without permission or you risk your drones getting shot down. You should also know about the laws in using and flying drones. This can help you avoid wasting a lot of money as you try to repair or replace your drone.

Tony is our CASA accredited Chief Remote Drone Pilot. His role is to oversee and authorise all Company unmanned aerial operations before they leave the ground. , Having an immense background in Military aviation with the Royal New Zealand Airforce (RNZAF) he is a qualified Aircraft engineer who has worked on many military fixed and rotary wing aircraft and remotely piloted aircraft. His passion,and diverse experience in all things aviation related, place him in a position to ensure the safest and most reliable outcomes are achieved each and every time our unmanned aircraft systems take to the skies.