Thermal imaging technology is an established and trusted method when it comes to assessing potentially dangerous issues or situations.
In commercial applications, thermal imagery can detect temperature fluctuations, surplus moisture and insulation defects. Drones have become integral to effective solar farm management, enabling the safe overhead inspection of solar panels where thermal imaging can reveal performance faults and defects.
Drones fitted with this technology allows you to inspect roofs and roof structures more frequently so issues can be identified and actioned before they become problem.
Drones fitted with thermal imaging cameras have the ability to quickly assess the extent of damage from overhead, be it water, fire or some other force. The ability to survey large areas from the air using thermal imaging technology by search-and-rescue teams can expedite the search for missing persons. Thermal imaging can also help fire fighters to see through smoke and detect hotspots, illuminate night time operations and better inform their crews about changing fire conditions.